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Below are some of the most recent Mazda recalls:
Recall date: 2013/09/23
Units Affected: 25,155
Transport Canada Recall#: 2013322
Model Years Affected: 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
On certain vehicles, door latch screws could loosen over time, causing the door(s) to fail to latch when closed and illuminating the door ajar warning light. If the vehicle is driven in this condition, the door(s) could open while the vehicle is in motion, increasing the risk of an accident causing injury and/or property damage. Correction: Dealers will inspect and re-tighten or replace the latch screws.
Recall date: 2010/11/25
Units Affected: 8,264
Transport Canada Recall#: 2010426
Model Years Affected: 2009 2010
On certain vehicles, water may not have been be removed completely from the harness connector of the fuel pump due to variations in the fuel tank leak check process performed before vehicle assembly. As a result the connector pin may corrode, potentially causing the pin to break and the fuel pump to become inoperative. This could cause the engine to stall and fail to restart, which could increase the risk of crash. Correction: Dealers will inspect the fuel pump connector and if necessary the fuel pump will be replaced and the harness repaired.
Mazda B Series
Recall date: 2011/02/23
Units Affected: 992
Transport Canada Recall#: 2011078
Model Years Affected: 2010
On certain vehicles equipped with a 2.3L engine, the fuel line in the area of the throttle body shield may not have the protective convolute properly installed. If the protective convolute on the fuel line is not assembled in the proper position, the fuel line may contact the edge of the shield. Over time this contact may chafe the fuel line, resulting in a fuel leak. Fuel leakage, in the presence of an ignition source, could result in a fire causing property damage and/or personal injury. Correction: Dealers will trim the throttle body shield, inspect the fuel line for damage, and replace the line if necessary.
Recall date: 2010/02/26
Units Affected: 637
Transport Canada Recall#: 2010049
Model Years Affected: 2010
On certain vehicles equipped with electrically heated front seats, there is a possibility, under extreme cold conditions, for the seat heater control circuit to overheat and fail due to insufficient electrical grounding. Failure of the seat heater control circuit could result in burn damage of the seat cushion surface, or in the worst case, there is a risk of smoke, fire or personal injury. Correction: Dealers will install an additional ground harness to the seat heater control system.
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