Mazda, along with pretty much every other automaker, has announced another batch of recall expansions for Takata inflators.keep reading article "Another Round of Takata Recall Expansions"
Back in January, Mazda issued a confusing Takata recall that is finally coming to its conclusion.
At the heart of the confusion was Mazda’s “temporary fix” to a dangerous problem without any real indication how long a more permanent fix would take.…keep reading article "Mazda Has a More Permanent Takata Fix for 80,000 Vehicles"
Takata. Recall. Two words that I'm as tired of typing as you are sick of hearing.
But here we are with another recall of 94,000 Mazda vehicles that have ticking time-bombs for airbags. Some vehicles are being recalled for the second time.…keep reading article "Mazda Adds 94,000 More Vehicles to Takata Recall List"
Road salt. It's great at melting ice and corroding the stability right out of your ball joints.
keep reading article "Ball Joints and Road Salt, A CX-7 Nightmare"
Mazda says salted roads during the winter can can cause saltwater to enter the ball joint and corrode the parts. The corrosion can cause the ball joint in the fitting to loosen and result in a rattle from the area of the ball joint and lower control arm. Enough corrosion and the ball joint can separate from the lower control arm.…
Mazda is in the midst of another big Takata recall, this time bringing back 731,628 vehicles in different areas of the country.
CarComplaints.com has the detailskeep reading article "Mazda Issues Another Large Takata Recall"
The first recall has more than 495,000 vehicles called back in a confusing recall based on different "zones" of the country. Mazda says 2004-2011 Mazda RX-8, 2004-2006 MPV, 2003-2008 Mazda6 and 2006-2007 Mazdaspeed6 cars are recalled if they were originally sold in "Zone A".…