The brake system consists of a master cylinder, brake booster, disc brakes front wheels and drum brakes of the rear wheels. Some models are also fitted disc brakes on the rear wheels. The hydraulic braking system is divided into two circuits operating diagonally. One brake circuit acts on the front right-hand / left-hand rear wheel, the other circuit affects the front left / rear right wheels. In this case of failure of one of the circuits, for example, due to leakage vehicle may be stopped by another circuit. When you press the brake pedal to the twin master cylinder pressure is generated for both circuits. Included after the master cylinder brake pressure valve ensures that under heavy braking the rear wheels are not blocked. Compensation brake fluid reservoir is located in the engine compartment of the master cylinder brake fluid and provides the entire system. Brake booster petrol engine accumulates a part produced by low-pressure engine. If necessary, press the pedal force increases due to the vacuum. Since diesel engine suction vacuum is not enough, a low pressure for the brake booster makes the generator mounted behind the vacuum pump. Disc brakes are equipped with floating calipers. The floating caliper is only one piston for pressing both brake pads to the disc.
Hand brake acts on the rear wheels via a cable drive. Pads disc and drum brakes are automatically adjusted; Basic adjustment is only necessary after repair, in which the braking system is disassembled. Depending on the model MAZDA 323 10 / 89g. Vol. It can be equipped with anti-lock braking system (ABS). Work described herein apply to all embodiments MAZDA 323, regardless of whether or not they ABS.
When cleansing the braking system rises brake dust. This dust can be harmful to health. Therefore, cleansing the brake system to make sure that the Do not breathe dust.
Brake pads are defined for each model of the plant. Therefore, we recommend using only genuine pads recommended by MAZDA.
After installing new brake pads, they have to be earned extra. For the first 200 km do not unnecessarily make full braking.
Work on the braking system requires clarity and precision performance. In the absence of the required work experience, work on the brake system must be carried out in a special workshop.