Menu +
Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content

PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION

< Previous Next >

2016 – MX-5 – General Information

PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION

Refer To The Workshop Manual For Detailed Adjustment Procedures

  • The steps in this inspection sheet are designed for efficient movement around the vehicle.

  • Problems found during inspection should be noted on a repair order.

  • Unless otherwise stated, each item should be inspected for fit, appearance and/or operation.

  • Inspection items followed by an asterisk (*) are required only if the vehicle is equipped with that feature.

Pre-Delivery Inspection Table

General

□Check vehicle for any open Recalls, SSPs, or MSPs, and available updates for audio/navigation systems
□Install/assemble all loose or packaged parts in the glove box and trunk/cargo area

Exterior

INSPECT and ADJUST, if necessary, the following items to specification:
□REMOVE all protective wrap, covers, and window stickers

  • Unless the vehicle is scheduled for display or immediate delivery, do not remove the exterior protective film or interior protective covering during inspection

□Glass, exterior bright metal and paint for damage
□Convertible top for damage
□Power retractable hardtop for damage
□Door and liftgate* operation (Open/Close)
□All weather strips for damage or detachment
□Operation of hood release and lock, trunk release*, and fuel-filler lid opener
□Security/keyless entry devices (Doors locking/unlocking by transmitter)*
□Advanced keyless entry (Doors locking/unlocking by request switches)*

Under hood-engine off

INSPECT and ADJUST, if necessary, the following items:
□INSTALL Fuses for accessories

  • ROOM fuse

  • AUDIO fuse

□Fuel, engine coolant, and hydraulic lines, fittings, connections, and components for leaks
□Engine oil level
□Brake/clutch fluid level
□Windshield washer reservoir fluid level
□Radiator coolant level
□Tightness of battery terminals, electrolyte level and voltage (12.4 V)
Record the voltage and electrolyte specific gravity in the table below.
<Judgment Criteria>

  • If the cell with the lowest specific gravity is less than 1.17, replace the battery

  • If the cell with the lowest specific gravity is 1.17 or more, recharge the battery, after charging if the cell with the lowest specific gravity is less than 1.25, replace the battery.

Please refer to the Service-Information (E039/12A) to get the detail battery inspection procedure.

Record Battery Voltage / Electrolyte specific gravity

Open circuit voltage (V)

V / (after charge V)

Specific Gravity

No.1

No.2

No.3

No.4

No.5

No.6

Before charging

After charging

Interior

INSPECT the operations of the following items:
□Secure floor mats to hooks.
□Parking brake
□Verify that warning lights (check engine, brake, engine oil, charging system, ABS, TPMS) stay on for a few seconds after engine start

Leave Engine Idling In Park Until Reaching Operating Temperature

□Horn, front/rear wipers, and washers. Wiper blades performance (Clean wiper blades and windshield, if necessary).

□Headlight cleaner (Washer fluid injection)*

□Interior and exterior lights, dash switches, headlight leveling switch. (Set position to 0)*

□Audio system (Power/Volume/sound controls, Radio, CD player, including steering wheel audio controls)

□Heater and A/C (driver, passenger) and front defroster in all mode settings

□Turn on navigation system. (Present location indication)*

□Adjust clock, dash panel and navigation system*

□Power window initialization (if battery was discharged during inventory storage).

□Door locks

INSPECT the following items:

□Upholstery and interior finish

□Check operation of any dealer installed accessories

Turn Engine Off And raise Vehicle On Lift

ON hoist

INSPECT the following items:
□REMOVE under cover
□Tires for cuts or bruises
□Underside fuel, coolant and hydraulic lines, fittings, connections, and components for leaks
□Steering linkage, suspension, exhaust system, and all underside hardware for looseness or damage
□INSTALL under cover

Lower Vehicle And Remove From Lift

□Tire pressures (See tire label located on driver’s side B-pillar or edge driver’s of door frame for specification.)

□Initialize the TPMS*. Switch the ignition ON, then press and hold TPMS SET switch until the TPMS warning light and one beep flashes twice is heard.

□Spare Tire pressures (See tire label located on driver’s side B-pillar or edge driver’s of door frame for specification.)*

□Flat tire repair kit*

Tire pressure record

Left front

Right front

Left rear

Right rear

Spare

Indicated that long-pressing of the tire pressure monitoring system set switch was implemented

Yes or No

Road test-engine running at operating temperature

INSPECT the following items:
□Steering operation (steering wheel centered, drift or pull, and power assist)
□Brake operation
□Engine general performance
□Squeaks, rattles, and abnormal noises
□Warning lights are off
□Verify navigation system receives GPS signal (vehicle follows map)*

After road test

The following items must be completed just before delivery to your customer.
□Tire pressures (See tire label located on driver’s side B-pillar or edge driver’s of door frame for specification.)
□Initialize the TPMS*. Switch the ignition ON, then press and hold TPMS SET switch until the TPMS warning light and one beep flashes twice is heard.

NOTE:

  • Only when the condition TPMS initialization required. Refer to the Work Shop Manual.

Tire pressure record

Left front

Right front

Left rear

Right rear

Spare

Indicated that long-pressing of the tire pressure monitoring system set switch was implemented

Yes or No

□After washing and drying the vehicle, perform appearance checks before delivery

APPEARANCE CHECKS BEFORE DELIVERY

In addition to function checks, also perform one last inspection of key areas of the vehicle to ensure they are clean and free of chips and scratches.

Check and repair chips and scratches:

Remove dirt and Scratches from key areas:

□Door edges

□Around door handles

□Door dings and dents

□Hood leading edges

□Bumper covers

□Door sill scuff plates

□Door inner panel

□Seats

□Carpets and floor mats

□Steering wheel

□Center console

< Previous Next >

© 2014 Mazda North American Operations, U.S.A.