Mazda has recalled certain 2016 CX-3 vehicles built from June 1, 2015, to Dec. 2, 2015; 2013-2014 Mazda2 vehicles built from July 3, 2013, to Aug. 8, 2014; 2014-2016 CX-5 vehicles built from Jan. 19, 2013, to Dec. 2, 2015; and 2013-2015 CX-9 vehicles built Dec. 6, 2012, to July 31, 2015.
Some owners of a 2016-2018 Mazda CX-3/CX-9 or 2013-2018 CX-5 may complain about a lack of power under heavy load without any warning lights or DTCs.
This bulletin applies to 2014-2018 Mazda3, 2014-2018 CX-3 and CX-9, and 2013-2017 CX-5 vehicles. Some vehicles may exhibit a crack on the front strut dust boot.
Some owners of 2016 Mazda CX-9 vehicles built before July 27, 2016, may complain about a slight hesitation while accelerating from a stop. It most likely occurs when D or R range is selected after engine start or during high rpm idling.
This bulletin applies to 2013-2019 Mazda CX-5, 2016-2019 CX-3, MX-5 and CX-9 and 2014-2019 Mazda6 and Mazda3 vehicles. Some vehicles may experience the check engine light on with DTC P2610 and P2507 stored in memory after engine start with the room fuse 15A removed.
This bulletin applies to 2014-2016 Mazda3 and Mazda6, and 2016-2017 CX-3, CX-9 and 2014-2016 CX-5 models equipped with the Smart City Brake Support System.
Owners of 2016-2018 Mazda CX-9 vehicles produced before Nov. 10, 2017, may experience a lack of power with no warning lights illuminated and no related DTCs stored. This concern most likely occurs when fuel temperature is high and during situations where high power is required.
Mazda notes that when inspecting a turbocharger housing (2017 CX-9, for example), you may find small cracks as shown in the photo here.
This bulletin applies to 2014-2019 Mazda6 vehicles. Some vehicles may exhibit the check engine light on with DTC P0456 stored in the PCM memory (EVAP system leak detected...very small leak).
Some owners of 2007-2015 Mazda CX-9 vehicles may note a check engine light on while driving. If DTCs P2A04:00 (HO2S LH circuit range/performance) and/or P2272:00 (HO2S LH signal stuck lean) are found, inspect the C-34 connector for engine oil contamination (connector on emission/injection harness).
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