Immediately took it to Mazda dealer. Was told it was weather damaged and had stretched and broke one sensor. Almost 5 yrs. ago I had timing belt replaced by another repair place due to an accident at 40-45000 miles. Now my car has only 76000 miles on it and it needs to be replaced due to weather damage? Is this correct? Could weather stretch it out causing it to damage a sensor?
engine light went on and stayed on with no other problems on 2003 Mazda Mazda6
by vivienk in Trenton, NJ on May 21, 2012
ANSWER by globalhelper on May 21, 2012
IM SURE THE WEATHER HAS SEVERE WEAR AND TEAR ON THEM YES.
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