Starter Ignition recalls Mazda CX-7

Asked by Aug 09, 2016 at 01:07 PM about the 2011 Mazda CX-7 i Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2011 Mazda CX-7 has not started on more than one occasion. AAA told
me battery was fine. Is there a problem or recall?

3 Answers

get rid of the P.O.S. have an 08 cx7 sitting in our driveway because mazda put bad engines in them. there was a class action lawsuit brought against them but if you didn't have every little service done at your dealer and the records to prove it your S.O.L. real nice of mazda not to back up their product. WILL NEVER PURCHASE A MAZDA PRODUCT AGAIN !!!

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This just happened to me... unfortunately i now need a $5k repair Get the timing chain/linkage checked right away.

I had the same problem, the car won’t start for more then once, the simple way to fix is buy a battery post shim $3 and connect the battery and the connector as tight as possible, make sure the area is nice and clean, if is not tight, there aren’t enough juice starting the car even though it seem like there is good juice since your dash panel all lights up, I did this and now have no issues starting the car, the turbo will always have the loud noise which can’t go away.

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