Mazda6 Issued with Recall Notice


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VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA – Marc 25, 2013: Mazda Australia has initiated a safety related recall program for Mazda6 to rectify a potential quality issue with the vehicle’s electrical system.

The recall will eliminate a potential fault with a component in the DC/DC convertor that is located under the front passenger seat.

The fault may cause overheating of the unit and in a worst case scenario, a fire may result.

A total of approximately 15,000 Mazda6s globally are subject to the recall including 1,531 in Australia.

Mazda is committed to having all affected vehicles repaired as soon as possible and is contacting owners to arrange a convenient time to have the DC/ DC convertor replaced free of charge.

In order to minimise inconvenience, Mazda is providing all Mazda6 owners affected by this recall with alternative transport while the repair is performed.

Owners are also able to contact Mazda Customer Support on 1800 034 411 for help with any further queries.

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