Recall: Mazda3 Wheels Could Come off Unexpectedly

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Mazda is recalling all 25,003 units of the 2019 Mazda3 cars after noticing issues with the wheels.

According to the firm, the lug nuts that hold the wheels in place may come loose. Because of issues during the tightening process in the factory, the wheels may come off while the vehicle is in use. If that occurs unexpectedly, the driver will have a hard time controlling the car and a crash will occur.

Because this issue may impact all four wheels, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported, it’s important that drivers do not ignore this recall.

Recall Issue Caused By Mazda’s Manufacturing Error

According to Mazda, the vehicles impacted by this recall include all Mazda3 built between April 19, 2019 and May 3, 2019. The company said that they are not aware of any accidents or injuries associated with this recall. However, impacted vehicle owners should not ignore the potential for crashes.

If the wheels fail in any of these vehicles, the results may be drastic. If you care about your safety and the safety of your loved ones, stay alert and respond to this recall as soon as possible.

The company admits that the issue is due to a manufacturing error and is taking responsibility by acting promptly. It is important that consumers take action just as quickly. However, the company said, impacted vehicle owners will only receive notice of this recall in the mail on August 6.

Once you learn about your car’s recall, you should contact Mazda for more details on how to get your car fixed. Until then, you should stay alert and report any issues to both the company and regulators.

Dealers should be able to tighten the lug nuts in the wheels for free to repair this issue.

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