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Last Updated: May 25, 2016
Mazda strongly encourages customers with vehicles affected by a recall to bring their vehicles to an authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible. All safety recall repairs are made free of charge.
The following information pertains to Recalls and Special Service Program (SSP) Recalls reported in or after the year 1999.
To see more information about recalls, please visit: mazdarecallinfo.com
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For any additional questions regarding a Mazda Recall or Special Service Program, please contact your local Mazda Dealer or contact Mazda.
Mazda is committed to addressing the safety and concerns of its customers.
In certain vehicles with continued exposure to high levels of humidity over long periods, the driver and/or front passenger air bag inflator supplied by Takata could produce excessive internal pressure in the event of a crash where the front air bag is designed to deploy. The excessive internal pressure may cause the inflator housing to rupture with metal fragments. An inflator rupture could result in metal fragments striking and potentially seriously injuring vehicle occupants.
If your vehicle is affected by this recall, Mazda encourages you to take immediate action to have your vehicle repaired—at no cost to you.
Mazda is continuously working with the supplier to ensure that sufficient replacement parts are available for affected vehicles. Please use the VIN search function to check your recall status:
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More information regarding the recall can be obtained from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) by visiting http://www.safercar.gov. If Mazda or its dealers do not repair the defect free of charge and within a reasonable amount of time, you may notify NHTSA at 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE., Washington, DC 20590; or, call the toll-free Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY: 1-800-424-9153).
On February 1, 2016, Mazda Motor Corporation filed a safety defect report with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to address a concern with 2014-2016.5 Model Year (MY) CX-5 vehicles.
On all 2014-2016.5 MY CX-5 vehicles, the fuel filler pipe could rupture during a rear collision, and could potentially cause fuel leakage.
Approximately 265,909 vehicles are affected in the U.S.
There are no reports of accidents or injuries occurring in the subject vehicles as a result of this condition.
If a customer has concerns about driving their vehicle before the repair is available, dealers will offer a free loaner, demo or rental vehicle.
Mazda is implementing a recall for certain 2015-2016 Mazda3 vehicles. A defect in the fuel shut-off valve may allow fuel to flow into the charcoal canister. If the fuel exceeds the canister capacity, fuel leakage could occur, increasing the risk of a fire and/or engine stalling.
Mazda sent notifications to affected owners on October 21, 2015, with instructions on how to arrange to have their vehicle inspected and/or repaired at a Mazda dealership at no cost.
Owners who do not want to drive their vehicle to the dealership may contact Mazda's 24-hour Roadside Assistance service at 800-866-1998 to have the vehicle picked up and delivered.
To find out if your vehicle is involved in this recall, use our Recalls search tool: Search for Mazda Recalls
Or, visit SaferCar.gov and use the site's VIN lookup tool: SaferCar.gov Recalls Look-up by VIN
If you have any questions regarding this recall, please contact your local Mazda Dealer.