Japanese manufacturer Mazda It was forced to make one of the largest recalls in its history in Canada: 112,713 cars were produced between 2014 and 2022. The recall concerns a reversing camera that may fail. According to Transport Canada, the camera connector may be defective and may be causing the image to be insufficient. The recall specifically affects the Mazda3 hatchback from 2014 to 2018 plus CX-3 From 2016 to 2022. It is very important to note that Mazda is a sedan3 From those same years is not affected by the recall.
Mazda will soon send out a message to affected owners over the next few weeks. Mazda is still looking for a permanent solution. Thus, the recovery will not take place before the fall of 2023. The owners will therefore be notified at a later date to set a date for the purpose of making the repair.
Below are the file details Recall 6023G affecting Mazdas3 2014 to 2018 and CX-3 from 2016 to 2022:
On certain vehicles, a problem with the rear view camera connector may cause the rear view camera image to distort or flicker.
comment : This recall only affects hatchback models.
A rear view camera image that is not displayed correctly may prevent the driver from seeing behind the vehicle when reversing, which could lead to a collision risk.
corrective actions :
Mazda must notify owners by mail that their vehicle has been affected by the recall. Corrective actions for this recall are being worked on and should be available in late fall 2023. Mazda will release a letter II when a fix can be made.
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