Seat height adjuster issue sees Mazda models recalled

Recall for early model Mazda2, Mazda3 and Mazda6 vehicles…

Australian owners of some Mazda models are being asked to return their vehicles to a dealer to have a possibly dangerous seat height adjuster issue attended to.

The recall affects, moire than 124,000 Mazda vehicles sold in Australia.

All affected vehicles were - DL series Mazda2, BL series Mazda3 and GH series of the Mazda6 and all were sold in Australia between the 4th of September 2007 and the 28th of March 2012.

Is your Mazda affected? Check your VIN here.

The ACCC recall notice advises that on the driver’s seat of the affected vehicles, it is possible that the Seat Height Adjustment Lifter Link may crack, or the Lifter Link Retaining Nuts may separate.

What are the hazards?

The seat may exhibit an abnormal noise or rattling. In the worst case, the Lifter Link may break or separate from the seat frame, causing the seat to move out of position.

Mazda Australia will contact all affected owners by mail.

Owners will be advised to present their vehicle to their preferred Mazda Dealer for inspection and repair at no charge.

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