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Recall: No. 1 of 3
Recall Ref: R/2004/029
Exact Model:
Description: Possible cracking of dynamic damper heat insulator
VIN: JMZSE170000100090 to JMZSE170000101030
Build Date:
Numbers: 119
Defect: The dynamic damper heat insulator, which is installed on the manual transmission, may crack, causing abnormal noise. In the worst case, the insulator may become detached.
Action: Recall the affected vehicles and replace the insulator with a modified one.
Launch Date: 07 May 2004
Recall: No. 2 of 3
Recall Ref: R/2005/115
Exact Model:
Description: Possible fuel leak
VIN: JMZSE17**50116342 to JMZSE17**50130231, JMZSE17**40100089 to JMZSE17**40116339, JMZSE17**00130514 to JMZSE17**00133009, JMZSE17**60130513 to JMZSE17**60133012, JMZSE17**00100090 to JMZSE17**00130229
Build Date:
Numbers: 15054
Defect: In certain cases, a vehicle which has been parked with the engine operating at high revs for an excessive length of time, can suffer melting of some parts surrounding the exhaust system. In consequence, this can result in a variety of malfunctions, including heat damage to the fuel tank.
Action: Recalled vehicles will have the heat insulator pad attached to the fuel tank and power control module upgraded.
Launch Date: 10 August 2005
Recall: No. 3 of 3
Recall Ref: R/2005/114
Exact Model:
Description: Loss of steering may occur
VIN: JMZSE17**00100090 to JMZSE17**00113819, JMZSE17**40100089 to JMZSE17**40113821
Build Date:
Numbers: 4621
Defect: It is possible that cracks may occur in the ball joint socket of the lower suspension arm, which under certain severe driving conditions, may cause the ball to separate from the ball joint socket, and a loss of steering may occur.
Action: Recalled vehicles will be inspected to ascertain if the lower suspension arm fitted is of the affected type. If this is shown to be the case, the part will be changed for a quality assured item.
Launch Date: 10 August 2005

Manufacturer contact details:
Mazda Motors UK Limited
Riverbridge House, Anchor Boulevard, Dartford, Kent, DA2 6SL
03457 48 48 48


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