According to the US “Automotive News” reported on July 2, Mazda recently released two recalls in the United States, involving the CX-9 and Mazda 3 sedan, a total of 33,000.
Mazda will recall nearly 8,000 CX-9 SUVs in the United States due to a fault in the wiring harness connection, which may affect the car’s electrical communication system, resulting in failure of the front passenger airbag, steering signal or engine starting system, increasing the risk of collision. The defect involves the 2018 Mazda CX-9, which will be produced from September 12, 2017 to November 9, 2017.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there are no reports of accidents or casualties. Mazda will inform the owner that the dealer will repair the wiring harness. The recall is expected to begin on or before July 29.
On June 28, Mazda also announced that it will recall more than 25,000 2019 Mazda3 due to the increased risk of the wheels falling off during use.
It is reported that in the assembly process of the 2019 new Mazda 3 parts, there is a problem of excessive clearance between the hub bolt and the hub flange, which may cause the hub nut to loose during driving, causing the wheel to fall off and have a larger Security risks.
Mazda said that there are no reports of wheel separation accidents and there are no accidents or casualties related to this defect.