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    Other Ford Car Repair Manuals click here Ford Laser Meteor Mazda 323 1981 – 1989 Gregorys Owners Service Repair Manual covers Sedan hatchback wagon. ●This Manual Covers Series – KA KB KC KE. Single Over Head Camshaft Dual Overhead Cam Engines Covered: ● 1.1 litre ● 1.3 litre ● 1.5 litre ● 1.6 litre Covers everything you need to know step by step procedures hundreds of photographs and illustrations scheduled upkeep electrical schematics repairs and overhauls and what tools to buy. Gregory’s manuals are based on an actual vehicle disassembly and are researched and written by automotive engineers with vast experience. Gregory’s workshop manuals are produced for the Australian market. These vehicle specifications may vary from those sold in other countries. Please be aware of these possible differences prior to using the data contained within. information
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    BA series. Models covered: ● Ford Laser Liata and Lynx KF KH and KJ series 1990 – 1996 ● Mazda 323 Astina and Protege BG and BA series 1990 – 1996 4 piston petrol motors motors Covered: ● 1.3 liter “B3” SOHC 16v ● 1.3 liter “Z5” Dual Overhead Cam 16v ● 1.8 liter “BP” SOHC 16v ● 1.8 liter “BP” Dual Overhead Cam 16v (1990 – 1994) ● 1.6 liter “B6” SOHC 16v ● 1.6 liter “B6” Dual Overhead Cam 16v (1990 – 1994) Please note: This manual DOES NOT include information specific to turbo or Vee Six motors. DOES NOT cover turbo Vee Six motor or 4WD. Transmissions described: ● F5M-R 5-speed manual (BP B6 1990 – 1992) ● G5M-R 5-speed manual (BP Dual Overhead Cam 1990 – 1992) ● F25M-R 5-speed manual (SOHC 1993 – 1994; B3 B6 Z5 1995-on) ● G25M-R 5-speed manual (Dual Overhead Cam 1993 – 1994) Contents: ● Routine Maintenance ● Tune-Up Procedures ● motor Repair ● Cooling And Heating ● Air-Conditioning ● Fuel And Exhaust ● Emissions Control ● Ignition braking system ● Suspension And Steering ● wirings ● electrical schematics NOTE: Only maintenance click
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    Repair Manuals click here Australian Ford Laser Mazda 323 / Astina 1989 – 1994 Owners Service Repair Manual covers: * Ford Laser KF and KH series L GL S and Ghia models 1990 – 1994 * Mazda 323 sedan and Astina models 1989 – 1994 Please note: Does not cover turbo model 4WD or Dual Overhead Cam models. motors covered: * 1.6 liter * 1.8-liter EFI Transmissions Described: * 5 Speed manual * 3 Speed 4 Speed Automatic Contents: * Introduction * Tools Equipment Safety * Lubrication Maintenance * Wheels Tyres * motor Tune-Up * Roadside Trouble Shooting * motor * Cooling * Fuel System * friction clutch * Manual Transmission Driveshafts * Automatic Transmission * Rack and pinion * Front springs and shock absorbers * Rear springs and shock absorbers * Brakes * wiring * electrical schematics * Body * Emission Control Supplement: * KB Laser GA GB Meteor * motor Tune-Up * Fuel System * Brakes * wiring * Body NOTE: Only maintenance adjustment minor repair procedures plus removal and installation are described for the transmissions. extra info

The Ford Laser ended up being a tight automobile which was offered by Ford in Asia, Oceania, and areas of south usa, and Africa. It has typically already been readily available as a sedan or hatchback, although convertible, wagon and pick-up variations have also been for sale in various markets. The sedan version ended up being labelled Ford Meteor in Australia between 1981 and 1987.

The Ford Laser had been a restyled type of the Familia/323 products made by Mazda in Japan from 1980 onwards. Ford have obtained a 25% stake in Mazda in 1979.

Platform and assembly-line sharing with the in your area created Mazda Familia in Japan allowed the Laser in that market is provided with a plethora of motor, paint and trim designs unavailable anywhere else worldwide. It was such as evident throughout the 1980s with multiple turbocharged alternatives, special bodyshells like the cabriolet, and full time 4WD systems all offered many years before their debuts various other areas (and perhaps, never ever making it offshore at all). Together with the Japanese produced Ford Telstar and Ford Festiva, the Laser is marketed at unique Autorama dealerships.

In Australia, brand new Zealand and European countries where Ford is seen as a local brand, the Laser outsold their Mazda twin, however in neighbouring parts of asia, particularly Singapore, Malaysia and Hong-Kong, including Japan it self, the opposite had been the actual situation. But pooling information with Mazda let Ford to steadfastly keep up a foothold in your community. It was furthermore the actual situation in south usa, Africa, while the Caribbean, where the Laser has also been sold, in many cases becoming in your area put together.

The KA Laser (Australian design code), built under license from Mazda, was launched in March 1981, changing the rear-wheel-drive Escort in Australian Continent. The range was readily available as a hatchback, in both three- and five-door varieties, also a four-door sedan badged Ford Meteor. Ford Australia advertised all of them as separate cars, providing a worthy rival to Japanese systems just like the Toyota Corolla. Initially sold just with the 1.3-litre system, the smaller 1.1-litre motor was never for sale in Australian Continent. Later on, 1.5-litre models were included, ultimately even a turbocharged version. In January 1983, Laser undergone a facelift to become the KB. Light adjustment are designed to the trunk, although the front side is redesigned in a far more modern-day style, aligning they with Ford’s business appearance of the era.

In Japan this might be referred to as the “become” Laser, that has been just like the Australian KB show. The stay model code relates to the BD model code used for the matching Familia/323. The very first Lasers proceeded purchase in Japan in late 1982. Fuel-injection and a 115 PS turbocharged design had been included in July 1983; these alternatives had been never supplied available outside Japan.

In addition to becoming built-in Australian Continent and Japan, some Lasers had been also put together in unique Zealand. In New Zealand, the Laser is sold as both a hatchback and sedan, and ended up being later assembled alongside the Mazda 323 within automobile Assemblers of brand new Zealand (VANZ) plant in Wiri, Auckland in a joint venture between Ford unique Zealand and Mazda. Unique Zealand-built Laser hatchbacks were available using 1.1-litre (Ritz), 1.3-litre (GL), and 1.5 litre (recreations) motors, even though the Laser sedan (L, Ghia) wasn’t offered aided by the 1.1-litre motor.

The Laser was also put together in some countries in Latin The united states, like Colombia, and Venezuela, and offered in Argentina. In Mexico, the first-generation Laser have a front end just like the North American Mazda GLC. It had been furthermore sold in right-hand drive markets when you look at the Caribbean particularly Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago, along with Bermuda.

Installation regarding the Laser furthermore took place Malaysia and Indonesia (in right hand drive) plus in left-hand drive for areas like Taiwan together with Philippines. In Taiwan, (where it had been put together by regional joint venture Ford Lio Ho).

The Laser has also been launched to Zimbabwe in 1981.

Mazda E1, 41 kW (55 hp) 1.1 L carbohydrate 8V SOHC (‘Ritz’, ‘L’, and ‘GL’ New Zealand versions)
Mazda E3, 49 kW (66 hp) 1.3 L carbohydrate 8V SOHC (‘L’ and ‘GL’ products)
Mazda E5, 54 kW (72 hp) 1.5 L Carb 8V SOHC (‘L’, ‘GL’ and ‘GHIA’ brands)
Mazda E5, 59 kW (79 hp) 1.5 L Twin Carb 8V SOHC (‘Sports’ systems)
Mazda E5T, 78 kW (105 hp) 1.5 L carbohydrate 8V SOHC Turbo (limited edition ‘Turbo’ models)
Mazda E5T, 85 kW (114 hp) 1.5 L EFI 8V SOHC Turbo (‘Turbo’ Japan products)

Meteor (GA, GB)

Introduced in 1981, Ford Meteor had been the name directed at the sedan form of the Laser.

Whenever Meteor was launched in Australian Continent in 1981 given that GA show, it changed the larger Cortina, although this was a short-term measure before the Telstar ended up being introduced.

The Meteor grille differed slightly and had been available on one other design: a home-market Mazda Familia sedan. Changing the Laser’s emerald signs had been white ones, in addition to grille had a lot more of an “egg-crate” pattern compared to the simple black colored slats for the Laser. The Meteor additionally have larger headlights compared to Laser, which have modest ones “sunken” into the bodyshell. In Australia, it had been best available with a 1.5 litre motor at release, in GL and Ghia trims—the 1.1 litre or 1.3 litre motors are not offered. Obviously, it had a difficult work replacing the Cortina, which had machines starting at 2.0 liter, to a 4.1 liter six-cylinder, including a station truck choice.

The mid-term facelifted type of 1983, coded GB, brought the range closer collectively, though Meteors proceeded as a different and a little most premiums range.
January 1985 saw the introduction of this BF series Laser in Japan (KC/KE in Australian Continent). It was the Laser’s earliest major redesign. The very first time a diesel variation is offered in Japan, as well as a factory two-door cabriolet, a DOHC 16-valve recreation version, and a potent 140 PS DOHC turbo design with full time 4WD drivetrain (just like the contemporary Mazda Familia BFMR). This included to a very convoluted Japanese products, that was later on structured in 1987 with a mid-life design refresh (KE show in other markets). This refresh fallen E-series motors towards all-new B-series equivalents, poorer-selling variants had been discontinued, and lesser modifications were meant to external styling and interior trim.

For Australia, the product range had been referred to as KC Laser and GC Meteor. All system designs were carried more than, with the help of a station truck (badged as “Meteor”, like sedan) from 1986. An innovative new “TX3” variant, which was near the top of the “Laser” brands in requirements amount and designated “KC2”, changed the “Sport” variation through the KB series. Unlike the activity, the TX3 was just readily available as a three-door (the Taiwanese TX3 was available in a five-door variation best). The “L” and “GL” brands were no longer available as a three-door. A notable change had been the introduction of machines effective at operating on 91 RON unleaded petrol (this became necessary in Australian Continent from 1986). The E5 1.5-litre SOHC carburettored motor that was recommended on GL, and standard on Ghia in KB series was replaced using newer B6 1.6-litre I4 SOHC. The very first time, electronic gasoline shot is offered as an alternative on Ghia brands, and had been standard on TX3 brands. Purchasers whom bought automatic transmission with this specific system got an electronically monitored four-speed unit, that has been quite advanced for a little car in 1985. The B3 I4 SOHC 1.3-litre motor is standard on the “L” (hatchback best, the wagon have a 1.6-litre system). The 1.6-litre system is standard on GL, Ghia and TX3, though some very early GL systems were built with a 1.5-litre SOHC carburettored.

The Laser ended up being introduced in South Africa in 1986, as a hatchback, because of the sedan variation for sale whilst the Meteor. Changing the Ford Escort, it absolutely was produced alongside the Mazda 323 by Samcor. Aside from the 1.3 L carbohydrate, 1.6 L carbohydrate and 1.6 L EFi engines, South African models of the Laser and Meteor in addition attained the Mazda FE-DOHC EFi 16-valve engine with 146 hp (109 kW; 148 PS) and 136 lb*ft (184 N*m) from 1991 to 1993. The KC/KE Laser and Meteor stayed in manufacturing in South Africa until 1995, as soon as the Escort ended up being reintroduced. However, Ford introduced an entry-level model known as the Tonic, a rebadged version of the locally produced BF series Mazda 323 hatchback, that has been offered until 2003.

The KC/KE Laser wagon has also been put together in New Zealand, alongside their Mazda 323 equivalent, until 1996. Another body designs are apparently brought in. When the plant closed in 1997, Ford fallen the Laser and launched the Ford Escort hatchback and sedan, creating already launched the Escort truck.

a version of the KC Laser, the Mercury Tracer, had been promoted in america and Canada, readily available as a hatchback and wagon only. The Tracer hatchback provided their bodyshell along with its Laser counterpart, nevertheless the truck is a distinct design in line with the Laser hatchback, rather than the sedan, since was the scenario using Meteor wagon. US models of this Tracer are built in Mexico, whereas the Canadian markets, Ford opted to import the Mercury Tracer from Taiwan as an alternative.

KC design number (Australia):

Laser L
Laser GL
Laser Ghia
Laser TX3
Meteor L (truck only)
Meteor GL
Meteor Ghia

Laser (KE)

In October 1987, Ford introduced a renovation of this KC show, the KE. There were numerous significant modifications with the introduction for the KE. The “Meteor” title ended up being fallen through the sedan and wagon system types, indicating they were now badged as “Laser”, just like the hatchback variations. The TX3 was also now available with a turbocharged engine and all-wheel-drive (AWD) as alternatives. The TX3 Turbo with AWD is extremely uncommon and highly sought after. The AWD was totally imported from Japan, while all other designs into the Laser number had been manufactured locally inside Sydney suburb of Homebush.
Ford Laser (KE) L 5-door
Ford Laser (KE) GL 5-door
1989–1990 Ford Laser (KE) GL truck
1990–1994 Ford Laser (KE) GL wagon
Ford Laser (KE) Ghia 5-door
Ford Laser (KE) TX3 3-door

The KE is not difficult to differentiate from earlier KC, by different grilles, headlights, tail lighting, body-side mouldings, bonnet, forward guards, as well as on some products, tires. The dashboard and instrument group gotten newer graphics, together with inside was for sale in somewhat various colour colors toward KC. In mid-1989, when preparing for a brand new ADR (Australian Design Rule) ahead into effect in 1990, all designs are fitted with a high-mount rear avoid lamp as traditional. When the redesigned KF Laser was introduced in March 1990, the wagon carried on in a sole GL specs, with minor updates until 1994, when Australian production of the Laser ceased.

The “L” is quite uncommon, since it had been mainly targeted at the budget or fleet purchaser. They have silver-painted 13″ steel wheels, without center caps, a large analogue time clock into the instrument cluster, no passenger-side rear-view mirror, vinyl indoor trim, nobody side mouldings, no back windscreen wiper, while the foldable back chair was only single-piece. The stereo was also AM-only and had no cassette player. Ac had not been readily available. The sole motor on offer ended up being the 1.3-litre engine, with 4-speed guide transmission (no automatic was offered). The “L” truck have similar amount of trim, except the 1.3-litre engine is replaced with the 1.6-litre unit but nevertheless with four-speed transmission with no automated offered.

The “GL” is the preferred design. It showcased similar silver-painted 13″ steel wheels as “L” however with satin chrome half-width centre limits (only within the center associated with wheel), a digital time clock on top of dashboard, cloth internal trim, grey human body side mouldings, a rear windscreen wiper, grey tailgate and beaver panel garnishes and 50/50 split-fold rear seat. The stereo is an analogue-tuned AM/FM product with a basic cassette player. Air cooling ended up being optional as a dealer-fit accessories. Energy was given by a 1.6-litre system, with 4-speed manual transmission (5-speed guide or 3-speed automated had been recommended). Sedan and wagon arrived standard with five-speed transmission.

The Ghia was the blissful luxury model. They had black 14-inch steel rims with full-size plastic wheel covers, energy steering, body-coloured rear-view mirrors and bumpers, velour internal trim, tachometer, center system with Ghia emblem, lockable glovebox, motorist’s chair with lumbar help and level change, storing drawer within the front traveler seat, full-size interior door trims, vanity mirror in traveler sunvisor, violation owner in motorist’s sunvisor, experienced interior hoodlining and sunvisors, back headrests, additional caution lighting in the instrument group, central locking with illuminated motorist’s home lock barrel, remote outside mirrors, front door chart pockets, forward seatback pockets, additional reading lamps, chrome insert strips in the torso part mouldings and bumpers, purple tailgate garnish and orange beaver panel garnish. Air-con and power microsoft windows were recommended. The stereo is a digitally tuned AM/FM product, which featured a cassette athlete with Dolby improved noise. The 1.6-litre system was installed as standard, with EFI optional (traditional on wagon), with either 5-speed manual or 3-speed automated transmission (EFI automated had been 4-speed).

The TX3 ended up being the Laser ‘flagship’. It emerged standard with 14-inch satin-chrome alloy wheels, activities fabric inside trim, red place pieces in the torso part mouldings and bumpers, black tailgate and beaver panel garnishes, semi-bucket chairs with adjustable chair height, as well as lumbar help, automobile fade inside lamps, and all sorts of other Ghia appointings. EFI and A/C was standard, and automatic transmission wasn’t offered. The TX3 furthermore have a distinctive front side fascia with quad headlights and also the parker lamps incorporated to the indicator lenses (L/GL/Ghia have the parkers inside biggest headlight unit) and two-tone paint.
Ford Laser (KE) GL Redline 5-door
Ford Laser (KE) GL Livewire sedan

Halfway through KE manufacturing, Ford introduced two restricted edition variations, called “Redline”, and “Livewire”. The Redline ended up being in line with the GL hatch, although the Livewire ended up being based on the GL sedan and hatch. The Redline showcased the TX3’s alloy rims, two-tone paint and red inserts in body-side mouldings and bumpers, air-con, and a tachometer. The Livewire showcased yellow inserts within the body side mouldings and bumpers, air-conditioning, and a tachometer. Both systems have 5-speed manual transmission (instead of the standard 4-speed) as standard, with 3-speed automated transmission as an alternative.

KE design number;

Laser L — Hatch or wagon
Laser GL — Hatch, sedan or wagon
Laser Ghia — Hatch, sedan or truck
Laser TX3
Laser TX3 Turbo
Laser TX3 Turbo 4WD

Motor specs:

Mazda E3, 49 kW (66 hp) 1.3 L carbohydrate 8V SOHC (‘L’ and ‘GL’ designs)
Mazda E5T, 85 kW (114 hp) 1.5 L EFI 8V SOHC Turbo (‘Cabriolet’ Japan models)
Mazda B6, 53 kW (71 hp) 1.6 L carbohydrate 8V SOHC (‘GL’ and ‘GHIA’ versions)
Mazda B6, 62 kW (83 hp) 1.6 L EFI 8V SOHC (option on ‘GHIA’ systems and traditional on ‘TX3’ designs)
Mazda B6T, 100 kW (130 hp) 1.6 L EFI 16V DOHC Turbo (‘TX3 Turbo’ and ‘Turbo 4WD’ versions)

The third generation BG group of 1989 to 1994, known as the KF and KH in Australian Continent continued become typically the most popular Laser offered in Japan, using brand new “coupe” (liftback) variation an immediate success. Once again, a DOHC turbo model with full-time 4WD had been supplied as a companion car to your Mazda Familia GT-X, today creating 180 PS (132 kW; 178 hp) from an increased displacement of 1.8 litres.

In Australian this design premiered in 1990 once the KF sets,updated in 1991 using KH facelift. Local creation of the Laser in Australia stopped in 1994 whenever Ford closed their plant at Homebush in Sydney, and brought in the design from Japan.

This generation of Laser was also offered in Cyprus and Malta. This generation was the cornerstone of later Escort systems marketed in North America from 1990 for 1991 design 12 months, which is never to be mistaken for the type of similar name sold in Europe. The Escort name had been retained for new-model because of both powerful brand name equity regarding Escort name as well as Chrysler already making use of the Laser title when it comes to Plymouth Laser. The Escort truck observed in North America with this generation had been unique to this continent and had not been part of the Laser varies elsewhere.

Engine specifications (Australian Continent):

Mazda B3, 47 kW (63 hp) 1.3 L carbohydrate, 16V SOHC (XL)
Mazda B6-2E, 64 kW (86 hp) 1.6 L carb, 16V SOHC (L, XL, GL, Livewire, Grand Slam, Indy, Collection, Horizon versions)
Mazda B8, 76 kW (102 hp) 1.8 L fuel-injected, 16V SOHC (Ghia, S and GLi designs)
Mazda BP DOHC, 92 kW (123 hp) 1.8 L fuel-injected, 16V DOHC (TX3 non-turbo versions)
Mazda BPT, 117 kW (157 hp) 1.8 L fuel-injected, 16V DOHC Turbo (Turbo 4WD brands)

The 4th generation model had been referred to as BHA show in Japan. All sporting systems had been stopped utilizing the launch of this model in wake of bad selling and financial returns as Mazda scaled right back businesses and needed to rearrange market focus.

Japan made KJ Laser in Australia represented a major improvement in build; searching very different through the past KH model. The brand new KJ Laser was introduced in 1994 with alternatives, facelifts (KL of 1996 and kilometer of 1997) and motor driveline modifications continuing up until the last of the kilometer series are revealed in 1998. The KJ Laser is 1st Laser manufactured wholly in Japan, appropriate Ford Australian Continent’s choice to shut their particular Homebush plant. But the KJ ended up being disappointing in selling numbers due to the fact associated with the modest Festiva also inexpensive South Korean brands to which most conventional buyers flocked.

This generation of Laser has also been sold in Cyprus and Malta.

Engine Standards:

Mazda B6, 80 kW, 1.6L, 16V, DOHC (‘LXi’ versions)
Mazda BP, 92 kW, 1.8L, 16V, DOHC (‘GLXi’ and some ‘LXi’ models)

Fifth generation “BJ” show products are renamed “Laser Lidea” in Japan, but popularity waned further versus past design. Japanese production ceased after 2002, become replaced by the brought in Ford Focus, that was currently sold here since 2000.

Revealed in Australia in May 1999, the KN Laser was the final new shape of Laser to-be launched. The design number ended up being practically totally exactly the same as the Mazda 323 upon which it had been based, that was the 1st time since the KE Laser. In February 2001, the KN received a small renovation and became the KQ Laser. The big news using KQ Laser ended up being the connection of a 2.0-litre 4-cylinder motor the latest top-spec “SR2”, that has been furthermore 1st sports-oriented Laser variant in almost 5 years, considering that the unpopular Laser Lynx is stopped in 1996. A unique “SR” standard of trim, which sat below SR2 has also been launched at this time. The KQ are recognized through the prior KN, with a new grille with chrome moulding, brand new headlights, revised end lights, various exterior tones, and a little revised interiors. In March 2002, because dropping purchases, Ford made one last try to restore the Laser’s appeal to its former fame, by announcing lesser updates on SR2, and added three brand new exterior colour to the range, becoming “Goldrush”, “Red Revenge”, and “Electric Blue”. Three machines are offered, a 1.6-litre that has been suited to the LXi, a 1.8-litre that has been fitted to the GLXi & SR, and a 2.0-litre that was unique to the SR2. Despite Laser having a strong reputation with buyers available on the market, and lots of attempts from Ford to re-ignite fascination with the model, it nevertheless neglected to offer in reasonable figures. In September 2002, Ford decided to discontinue the Laser in Australia, changing it using the European-sourced Focus.

Model number;

Laser LXi (Sedan or hatch)
Laser GLXi (Sedan or hatch)
Laser XRI (Hatch best)nzs sr2 2.0l
Laser SR (Hatch best)
Laser SR2 (Hatch only)

System standards:

Mazda 1.8 L FP-DE DOHC I4 91 kW (122 hp) and 163 N*m (120 ft*lbf)
Mazda 2.0 L FS, 97 kW (130 hp) and 183 N*m (135 ft*lbf)
Mazda 2.0 L FS-ZE (2001 Athletics 20)
1.6 L ZM-DE 72 kW (97 hp) and 145 N*m (107 ft*lbf)

This generation of Laser has also been marketed in New Zealand (1999–2003), Cyprus and Malta.

The Laser is changed in most areas around the world by the European-sourced Focus, designated as one of Ford’s “world automobiles”. The Mazda 323 replacement, the Mazda3, can also be based on the same system while the Focus, continuing the custom of both firms having goods inside markets portion internationally sharing common componentry. But up-to-date variations for the Laser referred to as Laser, Laser Tierra (Thailand), Laser Lance, Laser Lynx RS, Lynx (Malaysia) and Tierra are advertised in Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Taiwan. These too were fundamentally changed because of the Focus.


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