Precautionary recall for fuel pump replacement, six models, almost 20,000 Mazda cars in Malaysia affected
Mazda Corporation Japan has announced a precautionary recall to replace fuel pumps in almost 20,000 Mazda cars in Malaysia. The models affected were manufactured between 2017 – 2019:
Year 2020 production models are not affected by this product recall.
This product recall is necessary as a preventive measure to address the possibility of loss of engine power or vehicle stalling caused by the fuel pump module.
Customers will be informed by mail and mobile SMS. Affected customers should contact any Bermaz authorised service centres to make an appointment.
The fuel pump replacement is free of charge. All costs related to this replacement will be borne by Mazda Motor Corporation, Japan. The replacement service will take 1.5 hours but may be slightly longer depending on the model and the workload at the service centre at the time of appointment. The replacement stocks will be available in stages.
Vehicle owners can find out more about this product recall or check their vehicle chassis number via https://mazda.com.my/mazda-recall-information-centre. If you are experiencing unusual conditions while driving, stop the vehicle in a safe place and make a Bermaz authorised dealer or service centre.
* * This article was updated on 23 October 2020 to reflect a change of information: the cost of the fuel replacement will be borne by Mazda Motor Corporation, Japan and not Bermaz Motor as previously reported **