The 2001-2009 Mazda Tribute takes a 10" or 11" rear wiper blade.
It depends greatly on the repair needed and the tools you have on hand in determining how long it takes to repair brakes and brake services. If you don't have that have a professional do it.
The 2001-2009 Mazda Tribute takes a special 12" rear wiper blade that is difficult to find in stores. See sources and related links below for more information.
Brakes have not "burnished in" yet takes approx. 200 miles? Air introduced into system?
This is a major repair that is too complicated to be discussed here in this space. You can buy a Chilton's repair manual if you wish to tackle this yourself but know that it takes knowledge and the proper tools to make this repair. This is not a repair for a novice.
No, Mazda 2 takes 4x100 but Fiesta takes 4x108.
Use 5W-20 Oil. For a 2.3L I4 Engine it takes 4.5 Quarts; and for a 3.0L V6 Engine it takes 6 Quarts. (These numbers include oil filter Qty and are out of the manual)
it takes ATF MV
i drive a 94 Mazda mx6 and the answer to your questions is it takes 4 quarts of oil! i drive a 94 Mazda mx6 and the answer to your questions is it takes 4 quarts of oil!
I've changed front disc brakes on dozens of cars. The Jeep Cheroke takes a lot of effort to brake the rotors loose. With a three pound hammer and several minutes of beating. However, the 2004 Mazda tribute is the worst. After five years, and 39,000 miles, I went to change the rotors and I was in for a very unpleasant 25 minute beating with a three pound ball pein to no avail. I went to a local mechanic who was very understanding and told me to bring it to his shop. I put the old pads back on the rotor I couldn't get off and the mechanic lifted the Mazda on a rack. He put two young mechanics on the beating detail. they used an eight pound hammer and finally got the first one rotor off with ten solid minutes of beating. It came off in pieces!!! The other side was almost a frozen and took ten minutes of beating!! The rust accumulated behind the lug nut holes making them very very frozen. Whew!!
The calipers need a 7 mm hex wrench. The Caliper holder to remove the rotors takes an 18mm socket. This is a 2003 Ford escape..apparently it's the same as a Mazda tribute.
it takes about an hour to do it. and it's easy.
they're so heavy that it takes the brakes some time to dissipate all that moving energy.
Your brakes need bleeding. And if you have antilock brakes, you should take it to a shop to bleed them. It takes special tools to bleed antilock brakes. If you have regular brakes you can bleed them yourself. Could go into further detail but would take too long to explain. Refer to a repair manual. Note: bleeding antilock brakes without first disconnecting the sensor will damage the sensor and the antilock function will no longer work (learned the hard way, unfortunately).
The time in feet it takes you to hit the BRAKES + how many feet it takes to actually stop the car .
vehicle breaking system
The 2006 Mazda 5 (in Canada, anyway) takes 5W20, according to the owner's manual.
it takes 3.7quarts of oil
Replacing brakes isn't hard but it takes some knowledge of it. Check out my bio page for help.
It is difficult to say for sure how long it will take to repair brakes. It is a tedious job and will usually take from 1 hour at the very least to 2 hours to remove the drums, replace the brake shoes and determine if the drums also need to replaced. If the drums need to be replaced, it can be a 3-4 hour job.
It takes 5W-30
As long as it takes. You didn't specify a model (remember, Kenworth makes Class 5 through Class 8 trucks), you didn't specify a brake system (S-cam air brakes, hydraulic brakes, hydraulic disc brakes, air disc brakes, air wedge brakes, or air piston brakes), and we don't know your level of technical experience.