by Mazda Staff
Mazda 121 DA 1989 Factory Workshop Manual Supplement is a supplement to the Mazda 121 DA series workshop manual (11571086k). The supplement describes service procedures of new or modified mechanical and/or electrical systems for models introduced August 1989. For service procedures and important safety notices not contained in this supplement, please refer to the previous workshop manual.
This supplement is applicable from the following VIN or higher:
JMO DA1032 00 200001~
JMO DA1012 00 200001~
JMO DA1032 00 200001~
● General information
● Pre-delivery inspection and scheduled maintenance
● Cooling system
● Fuel and emission control system
● Engine electrical system
● Body electrical system
● Technical data
● Special tools
● Parts index
Factory publication no. 1220-10-89H (Copyright Mazda Motor Corporation 1989)
Printed in Australia under licence with Copyright to Mazda.
Please note that workshop manuals are usually written for models sold in a specific country. Differences in specification can exist between models sold in different countries and items such as engines can vary. Please check that the manual will cover your model before purchase and if you are unsure please contact us first.
Factory repair manuals are the same manuals as those used by the dealers. As they are primarily intended for dealer use the manufacturers usually release a base repair manual when a new model is introduced (either a single manual, multi-volume set or separate volumes) and then release supplementary manuals as the model changes, for example a model facelift or introduction of a new engine. Supplements generally cover only changes to the model and are intended to be used in conjunction with the base repair manual(s). For full coverage you will need the base repair manual and all relevant supplements up to the date your model was manufactured.
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