DETROIT, Michigan (February 14, 2017) — About 174,000 small vehicles made by Mazda are under recall due to due faulty seats that impose a safety risk to occupants.
The recall affects the 2011 Mazda 2 subcompact and the 2010 and 2011 Mazda 3 and Mazdaspeed 3 compact cars.
The vehicles are having a problem that involves the seat height adjustment levers. These may break or detach from the seat frame and cause the angle of the seat to move. This is a safety risk for drivers and Mazda is asking dealerships to inspect the seat links and fix the problem. A reinforcement bracket or complete seat adjustment unit replacement could be required to fix this issue.
The recall is scheduled to begin on March 31, 2017.
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