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Which Mazda models are being recalled in 2019?

10 recalls for 10 Mazda models in 2019


In 2019, Mazda announced 10 recalls involving 10 models through the EU Rapex system. The Mazda 3 were the most recalled model with 6 recalls.


We’ve sorted all 2019 recalls according to the model into a table below.

Six out of ten of Mazda’s recalls related to the Mazda3 in 2019. In addition to common problems with several other models (engines), it was also due to a windscreen wiper fault, the passenger airbag deactivation indicator light, or the wheels not correctly tightened.



The Engine Control Unit (PCM) may fail to switch from the cylinder deactivation to normal mode with Mazda3, Mazda CX-5, and Mazda6 models produced between June 2017 and May 2019.

The air inlet valve may get stuck in a closed position due to accumulated soot with the Mazda3, Mazda6 and CX-5 models produced between 2012 – 2018.

Nearly 6,000 Mazda models equipped with the revolutionary Skyactiv-X engine, which combines petrol and diesel engine elements, may have problems with the fuel supply. The recall concerns Mazda3 models manufactured between 14 June to 1 October 2019 and Mazda CX-30 from the period of 14 July to 1 October 2019.

We’ve written about some problems in more detail in separate articles.


Mazda recalls in 2019 by model

Mazda 2

MonthIssueProductionSource
I.The ammonium nitrate propellant used in the airbag inflator.7/2007 – 11/2014link
I.The high-pressure fuel pipe may be damaged through contact with other components.3/2018 – 4/2018link
All Mazda 2´s Recalls

Mazda 3

MonthIssueProductionSource
VII.The air inlet valve may get stuck in a closed position due to accumulated soot.7/2013 – 6/2018link
VIII.The Front Body Control Module (F-BCM) may be defective.7/2015 – 7/2017link
VIII.The wheel nuts may not have been tightened to the correct torque.12/2018 – 4/2019link
VIII.Due to a software error, the powertrain control module (PCM) may operate improperly.11/2018 – 5/2019link
VIII.The passenger airbag deactivation indicator light may turn off.11/2018 – 3/2019link
XI.The powertrain control module (PCM) provides an inappropriate air/fuel ratio.6/2019 – 10/2019link
All Mazda 3´s Recalls

Mazda 6

MonthIssueProductionSource
I.The ammonium nitrate propellant used in the airbag inflator.8/2007 – 11/2010link
VII.The air inlet valve may get stuck in a closed position due to accumulated soot.10/2012 – 3/2018link
VIII.Due to a software error, the powertrain control module (PCM) may operate improperly.3/2018 – 4/2019link
All Mazda 6´s Recalls

Mazda CX-5

MonthIssueProductionSource
VII.The air inlet valve may get stuck in a closed position due to accumulated soot.2/2012 – 5/2018link
VIII.Due to a software error, the powertrain control module (PCM) may operate improperly.6/2017 – 4/2019link
All Mazda CX-5´s Recalls

Mazda CX-7

MonthIssueProductionSource
I.The ammonium nitrate propellant used in the airbag inflator.1/2007 – 6/2009link
All Mazda CX-7´s Recalls

Mazda CX-9

MonthIssueProductionSource
I.The ammonium nitrate propellant used in the airbag inflator.9/2007 – 8/2012link
All Mazda CX-9´s Recalls

Mazda CX-30

MonthIssueProductionSource
XI.The powertrain control module (PCM) provides an inappropriate air/fuel ratio.7/2019 – 10/2019link
All Mazda CX-30´s Recalls

Mazda BT-50

MonthIssueProductionSource
I.The ammonium nitrate propellant used in the airbag inflator.5/2006 – 3/2011link
All Mazda BT-50´s Recalls

Mazda MX-5

MonthIssueProductionSource
V.Defective software may result in the automated transmission shifting down unintentionally.10/2016 – 11/2018link
VIII.The underbody paneling may be inadequately attached.5/2015 – 7/2015link
All Mazda MX-5´s Recalls

Mazda RX-8

MonthIssueProductionSource
I.The ammonium nitrate propellant used in the airbag inflator.7/2003 – 7/2010link
All Mazda RX-8´s Recalls

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