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We Might Have a Problem - 2014 Mazda 3 Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,037
edited July 2015 in Mazda
imageWe Might Have a Problem - 2014 Mazda 3 Long-Term Road Test

Our Mazda 3 starting acting funny the other day so now it's headed for its first dealer visit.

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Comments

  • dave0101dave0101 Posts: 1
    Good to hear that Mazda has "solved" this transmission problem! NOT!

    I have a 2009 BL series Mazda3 and I just has this issue last week. Cost me AUD$1100 for a new TCM (Transmission Contril Module) + $300 in labour to get it fixed.

    This is a known problem with the Mazda3 dating back to 2006 if not earlier. Nearly 10 years of knowing this issue, they still haven't fixed it. Good to see that they actually care about this right?
  • Worst car I've ever owned. Got fed up with repeated transmission and electrical problems, got suckered into trading it for a CX-5, then had two years of MORE transmission/engine/electrical problems and ZERO help from Mazda. It's a terrible company, jam-packed with incompetents.
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