Mazda LANE DEPARTURE: BLIND SPOT DETECTION Complaints

Mazda LANE DEPARTURE: BLIND SPOT DETECTION Complaints
    • 3 Complaints
    • 0 Crashes
    • 0 Fires
    • 0 Injuries
    • 0 Fatalities
    • Consumers have filed a total of 3 complaints related to Mazda LANE DEPARTURE: BLIND SPOT DETECTION.

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    Parts: LANE DEPARTUREELECTRICAL SYSTEM
    • Date of Incident: Sep-07, 2020
    • Date complaint filed: 00:00 Feb-24, 2021

    TL* THE CONTACT OWNS A 2018 Mazda CX-3. THE CONTACT STATED WHILE DRIVING 52 MPH, THE BLIND SPOT DETECTION WARNING INDICATOR WAS NOT WORKING. THE CONTACT STATED THAT THE VEHICLE WAS TAKEN TO OLYMPIA MAZDA (2201 CARRIAGE SOUTHWEST OLYMPIA, WA 98502) WHERE THE FAILURE WAS DIAGNOSED AS A BLIND SPOT MONITORING SYSTEM FAILURE. THE CONTACT STATED THAT THE VEHICLE WAS REPAIRED UNDER MANUFACTURER COMMUNICATIONS NUMBER: TSB:15-004-18-3539. THE CONTACT WAS UPSET THAT THE TSB WAS NOT A RECALL. THE MANUFACTURE WAS NOT NOTIFIED OF THE FAILURE. THE APPROXIMATE FAILURE MILEAGE WAS 22,440.

    2021 Mazda MAZDA3
    Parts: ELECTRICAL SYSTEMLANE DEPARTURE
    • Date of Incident: Feb-12, 2021
    • Date complaint filed: 09:45 Feb-14, 2021

    Passenger side blind spot warning functions sporadically. It sometimes detects vehicles and sometimes does not while driving at the same speed.

    Parts: SEAT BELTSLANE DEPARTUREAIR BAGS
    • Date of Incident: Nov-11, 2020
    • Date complaint filed: 14:15 Nov-13, 2020

    Passenger restraint malfunction chime sounded every 5 seconds for 35 minutes. Passenger airbags are now disabled. Blind spot monitoring only works sometimes.... A mind of its own.

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