News Technical Service Bulletins

Mazda Pre-Silencer Problem

Order Reprints
KEYWORDS Mazda Mitchell 1
MAZDA.png

The exhaust pre-silencer assembly is noted here (A). Be sure to also replace the mating gaskets.

Some 2010-2015 Mazda CX-9 vehicles may exhibit an unusual rattle/buzzing noise from the pre-silencer when driving at about 1,800 rpm

The lower (rear-side) of the pre-silencer may be thermally deformed due to insufficient rigidity (fewer weld spots). The deformed portion may resonate exhaust gas pulsations, causing the noise.

A reinforced plate has been added to the pre-silencer to increase rigidity. Replace the pre-silencer part number (P/N) CA11-40-300C, along with gaskets AJ17-40-305 and FSB8-40-305.

Related Articles

Mazda popsicle problem

Dimples are not a problem

Engine Problem or Driver Problem?

You must login or register in order to post a comment.