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Mazda CX-7 AC problems

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  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 40,858
    edited October 2013
    Yeah, but my point is that lemon law may not be your only option. You may still have a warranty claim. Knowing lawyers, it may cost too much to pursue it but sometimes a simple $50 demand letter gets results, or maybe you can get your local consumer protection agency to make a phone call or two.

    They fixed it once and it broke again - not cool, if you'll pardon the (expensive) pun.

    Let us know how it goes and good luck.

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  • Well - I have perused a few options at once

    1 - consulting a lawyer specializing in lemon laws
    2 - writing Mazda directly
    3 - finding a cheap way to repair it and then selling the junk...

    two set of valve lifting arms / gears
    two sets of rear wheel bearings
    one blown turbo charger
    two sets of seized air conditioning compressors
    and more I don't recall at the moment.

    less than 75,000 miles...

    One thing I will never do again is believing "reviews" online.. Many "owners" would say how reliable their CX-7 have been, and were getting high mileage of something like 24 MPG on the turbo charged model. I have never found it close to that - the best I got in the 6 years of owning the vehicle was 19 miles...

    Anyways, will keep everyone posted with my progress...
  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 40,858
    Ah, okay, well maybe those suggestions will help someone else. Sounds like you really got a bad one.

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