Mazda 5 Technical Guide Driveline, Axle

Mazda 5 Technical Guide Driveline/Axle

DRIVELINE/AXLE NEW FEATURES
Improved driveability

  1. Unit-design, double angular ball bearings with low rotational resistance adopted for and rear axles
  2. Bell-shaped constant velocity joint adopted for wheel-side joint of front drive shaft
  3. Tripod-shaped constant velocity joint adopted for differential-side joint of front drive shaft

Reduced vibration and noise

  1. Bell-shaped constant velocity joint adopted for wheel-side joint of front drive shaft
  2. Tripod-shaped constant velocity joint adopted for differential-side joint of front drive shaft

Improved serviceability: Unit bearings that require no preload adjustment adopted for the rear wheels

FRONT AXLE OUTLINE Features
Angular ball bearings with low rotational resistance have been adopted for the front axle wheel bearing. Due to this, driveability has been improved.

FRONT DRIVE SHAFT OUTLINE Construction

  1. A bell joint has been adopted for the wheel-side constant velocity joint, reducing vibration and noise.
  2. A tripod joint and double offset joint have been adopted for the differential side constant velocity joint to reduce booming noise during high-speed driving and vibration when idling.
  3. The double offset joint type drive shaft (for LF (MTX/RH)) is a single unit.

DRIVE SHAFT
steer* when accelerating quickly from a standstill and improving driveability. *Torque steer The vehicle pulls to one side during acceleration from a standstill or normal acceleration due to a right-left difference in momentum created by engine torque.

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