Realted Problems

  1. CX-5 Daytime Running Light Failure

    The LED daytime running lights in the 2016 CX-5 are known to flicker and fail. Mazda admitted that the sealing gaskets attached to the light's wiring connectors release sulfur, corroding the circuit.

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  2. Which Mazda Vehicles Have Recalled Takata Airbags?

    Parts supplier, Takata, manufactured defective, shrapnel-hurling airbag inflators that need to be recalled. The issue affects 34 million+ vehicles spread out across 24 brands, making it one of the largest (and most dangerous) recalls in aut…

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  3. Excess “Weld Spatter” Has Been Disabling Airbags in the 3rd Generation Mazda6

    Mazda got a little sloppy with their welds and the excess material started making contact with and disabling important electrical components. Like the one that tells the car when it should and shouldn’t deploy the airbag.

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  4. Spider Infestations in Mazda6 Engines

    Yellow Sac Spiders think the smell of gasoline is lovely this time of year, especially inside of Mazda6 engines. It's cool .... I didn't want to sleep tonight anyway.

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  1. There’s enough corrosion forming on the subframes of the 2009-2010 Mazda6 to separate lower control arms and cause steering rack mounting bolts to fail.

    The best case scenario is your alignment feels off and the steering pulls harshly to one side. Given enough time, you’ll loose all steering ability entirely.…

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  2. An excess of “weld spatter” on the front seats of some 2015-16 Mazda6 vehicles is rubbing up against and disabling important electrical components, like the Occupant Classification System (OCS).

    The spatter recall comes after years of trying to pass off the problem as no big deal.…

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  3. Have you ever tried to drive your car with the parking brake still applied?

    It doesn't take long to realize something is wrong. That's something 228,000 Mazda3 and Mazda6 owners might soon experience thanks to corrosion. The 2014-2015 Mazda6 and 2014-2016 Mazda3 cars have brake calipers where water can enter and cause the parking brake actuator shafts to corrode and bind. This can cause the parking brakes to not engage or completely disengage.

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  4. The RX-8 has been recalled twice.

    First up, the fuel pump pipes in certain 2004-2008 model years can crack due to heat from the engine and the exhaust. Considering the engine and exhaust will always be hot, this isn't good news. Especially if you're not a fan of gas leaking onto hot surfaces (hint: you shouldn't be).…

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  5. Mazda says a strength defect in the seat adjuster lifter links of 174,000 vehicles could suddenly put drivers in an awkward position.

    Owners have reported hearing a rattle beneath their seats right before finding themselves lounging back or leaning so close to the steering wheel that even their Grandmother would be embarrassed.…

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  6. Cracked fuel pump rings in the RX-8 are allowing gas to leak out.

    No-one likes a gas leak, whether it's in your car or at the Thanksgiving table. Seriously, no-one give Uncle Carl a second serving of Brussel sprouts.…

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  7. Here's a very specific recall.

    If you bought a 2017 Mazda6 and you bought the optional fog lights kit then you need to bring your car in for service. That's because your turn signals might not turn off when you turn the steering wheel.

    How are those things connected? You've got me.…

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  8. The fuel delivery modules in about 900 Tribute SUVs are delivering the fuel through small cracks and onto hot surfaces.

    As you can imagine, that isn't safe and has led to a recall. The 2010-2011 Mazda Tributes have fuel delivery modules that can crack and cause gas leaks, leading to possible fires if the fuel hits an ignition source.

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  9. You don't often hear of an automaker making two separate recalls for gas tank fires in the same day, but Mazda is here to show you anything is possible.

    The automaker says some 2014-2016 Mazda3 cars have gas tanks that were damaged during manufacturing. The inlet check valve can fail over time, allowing gas to pour out onto hot surfaces. That's a recipe for disaster.…

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  10. Heads up, Mazda owners! The automaker just announced a recall of 2.2 million vehicles with rear hatches that can come crashing down.

    Mazda says the vehicles don't have enough of a corrosion protective coating on the ends of the external cylinders of the rear hatch gas lift supports. Without enough corrosion protection, the dampers can be affected by water containing road salt and cause the dampers to break.

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  11. Road salt. It's great at melting ice and corroding the stability right out of your ball joints.

    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.

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