2007 Mazda MAZDASPEED3 Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2007 Mazda MAZDASPEED3

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A bolt may break on motor mount #4 causing excess engine movement. In extreme cases the movement of the engine may cause the driveshaft to disengage from the transmission. Mazda has issued a recall for this concern, #07V29500.

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in 35 deg celsius with air con on after driving for around 40 mins or so. Mech & auto electrician have looked at car several times to no avail. It has been suggested by friends it may be EGR valve or oxygen sensor but electrician has tested and can't seem to find problem. Can you pleas...

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The number 4 bolt of the left side engine mount may loosen and break. This can result in the transmission going out of proper position, and the drive shaft detaching. Dealers will replace the number 4 engine mount bolt and replace affected mounts as necessary free of charge to resolve the concern.

The accelerator pedal may stick in vehicles equipped with optional accessory all weather floor mats due to a lack of proper clearance. Owners will be shipped a new set of floor mats to replace the defective ones free of charge to resolve the concern.

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I absolutely love my 2007 Mazda 3! I purchased it new and now have 150,000 miles. Have only needed usual routine maintenance. Most expensive repair was a fuel oxygen sensor. Was charged $600 for the part and repair. After 8 years she still has plenty of 'gitty up and go'. Only gave 3 stars to electrical and lighting category because there are a few dashboard lights that are blown and I've r...

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