Rear Console Lid Does Not Lock – 2016 Mazda CX-5

Subject:

REAR CONSOLE LID DOES NOT LOCK

Bulletin No: 09-039/16
Last Issued: 06/14/2016

 

APPLICABLE MODEL(S)/VINS

2016 CX-5 vehicles with VINs lower than JM3KE******736277 (produced before October 31, 2015)

 

DESCRIPTION

Some vehicles may have a rear console lid that cannot be locked due to a broken latch (A).

rear console lid

 

The rear console lid latch may be broken by excessive force applied to the lid. To eliminate this concern, the shape of the rear console lid latch has been changed to increase its strength.

Customers having this concern should have their vehicle repaired using the following repair procedure.

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Sunroof Opens by Itself – 2013-2016 Mazda

Subject:

SUNROOF OPENS BY ITSELF

Bulletin No: 09-040/16
Last Issued: 06/24/2016

 

APPLICABLE MODEL(S)/VINS

2013-2016 CX-5 vehicles equipped with a sunroof with VINs lower than JM3KE******603848 (produced before Dec. 02, 2014)

2014-2015 Mazda3 (Japan built) vehicles equipped with a sunroof with VINs lower than JM1BM******247831 (produced before Dec. 02, 2014)

2014-2016 Mazda6 vehicles equipped with a sunroof with VINs lower than JM1GJ******400443 (produced before Dec. 02, 2014)

 

DESCRIPTION

Some customers may complain that in extreme cold weather conditions, the sunroof may suddenly open by itself when the heater is on. This concern may be due to a short in the sunroof switch (A) caused from condensation generated between the roof panel and the seal.

To eliminate this concern in the future, a protective film has been installed to the switch and a pad installed to the harness.

sunroof switch (A)

 

Customers having this concern should have their vehicle repaired using the following repair procedure.

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Rattle Noise From Front Door Glass – 2013-2016 Mazda CX-5

Subject:

RATTLE NOISE FROM FRONT DOOR GLASS

Bulletin No: 09-041/16
Last Issued: 06/24/2016

 

BULLETIN NOTE

This bulletin supersedes the previously issued bulletin(s) listed below. The changes are noted in Red beside the change bars.

Previous TSBs: Date(s) Issued:
09-016/15 05/18/15
09-017/14 03/05/14, 08/18/14 and 08/29/14
09-011/13 04/17/13

 

APPLICABLE MODEL(S)/VINS

2013-2016 CX-5

 

DESCRIPTION

Some vehicles may experience a rattle noise from the front door glass when driving with the window open approx. 1/2 to 4 inches (1 – 10 cm).

front door glass

 

The rattle noise may be caused by insufficient holding force of the glass run channel. To increase the holding force, the shape of glass run channel has been changed and non-woven pads have been attached to the glass run channel.

Customers having this concern should have their vehicle repaired using the following repair procedure.

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Vibration Felt Through Floor / Seat / Steering Wheel at Approx. 25-30 MPH – 2013-2016 Mazda CX-5

Subject:

VIBRATION FELT THROUGH FLOOR / SEAT / STEERING WHEEL AT APPROX. 25 – 30 MPH

Bulletin No: 03-003/16
Last Issued: 08/11/2016

 

APPLICABLE MODEL(S)/VINS

2013-2016 CX-5 vehicles equipped with automatic transmission

 

DESCRIPTION

Some customers may complain about a vibration that is felt through the floor, seat and/or steering wheel while driving under moderate acceleration, at speeds of approx. 25 – 30 mph (40 – 50 km/h). The vibration is more noticeable when driving on smooth, flat roads.

The vibration may be caused by wear on the inner surface of the tripod joint case (inner side of front drive shaft). To eliminate this concern, a coating has been applied to the inner surface of the tripod joint case to improve wear resistance.

Customers having this concern should have their vehicle repaired using the following repair procedure.

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Noise From Rear Brakes Due to Brake Drag – 2016 Mazda CX-5

Subject:

NOISE FROM REAR BRAKES DUE TO BRAKE DRAG

Bulletin No: 04-005/16
Last Issued: 08/05/2016

 

APPLICABLE MODEL(S)/VINS

2016 CX-5 vehicles with VINs lower than JM3KE******781350 (produced before Feb. 22, 2016)

 

DESCRIPTION

Some vehicles may exhibit rear brake dragging, resulting in brake noise and abnormal outer brake pad wear.

This may be caused when the Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) does not release completely. To eliminate this concern, the EPB control module logic has been modified.

Customers having this concern should have their vehicle repaired using the following repair procedure.

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