- April 9, 2014
- The Danger:
- Spiders can weave a web in an evaporative fuel hose, blocking it and causing executive negative pressure to build up in the fuel tank. If there is too much pressure, a fuel could crack and leak and lead to a fire.
- The recall includes 42,000 2010-2012 Mazda6 vehicles manufactured September 14, 2009, through May 2, 2011, and equipped with 2.5L engine.
- Sold At:
- Car dealerships nationwide.
- What To Do:
- Dealers will reprogram the powertrain control module and inspect and clean the canister vent line. If a web was found in the line, the fuel tank and check valve on canister vent line will be replaced. For more information, call Mazda at (800) 222-5500.
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