Engine Belts And Pulleys Problems of Mazda Cx-7
Mazda Cx-7 owners have reported 33 problems related to engine belts and pulleys (under the engine and engine cooling category).
#1 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle is a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. A friend of ours was driving to pick us up from the airport (our car hadn't been started for a couple of weeks) and, about 15 miles into the trip, the ac quit working. When he got to the airport, the car engine was smoking, there was a burning smell coming from the engine, and it sounded like a bearing was out of whack. We drove it home (approximately 45 miles), and the noise got louder and the engine started rattling louder and louder the closer we got to home. We took it to a Mazda dealership this morning, and they informed us that the ac compressor had seized and it, along with the belt (in addition to any other parts that may have been damaged) needed to be completely replaced and the refrigerant flushed/refilled. I did research and found out that this is a very common, known issue in 2007 Mazda Cx-7's with low mileage. This engine belts and pulleys problem happened on 07/17/2013.
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#2 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle was a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. The VIN of the car is JM3ER29377_. Turning into a walmart parking lot my car shut down for no reason. Almost got hit by another car that was passing by since I was not able to turn. Turning into my apartment complex the car turned off again. Started to research issues with this car and I ran into many similar complaints. Car turned off another 4 times. Car shakes when I turn ac on. And when I place it on reverse. Also had the clicking noise but it seemed to go away. There seems to be some sensor issues. I took my cx7 to Mazda so that they can see what is going on. They ran tests. Came back and said it would cost me about $3500. It was a list of things that could be wrong they said, they were not so sure what to say. Mechanic then stated that since he works at Mazda he probably should not be telling me this but he said that he has seen that problem one too many times with this particular car. That yes Mazda does know about it but they blame the owners. So I asked it I were to pay this would I get some warranty, he said no because the same problem will happen again. God forbid that my car turns off and I have and accident, since car gives no warning. I have 2 children that ride with me all the time. Mazda had some sort of recall on this car a few years ago. I purchased this car February of 2012. I know understand why this person took car to trade out. Maybe they got notice but did not care to take care of it, they traded the car in. I think they should look at those issues on all Mazda cx7. Their main issues are the turbo, the ac, and the timing belt. If you read other complaints you will see that its the same issue which is due to the actual car not the owners, please help us affected by these vehicles get Mazda to finally take responsibility for this. Make them recall these cars and get the problem fixed. To where we wont run into the same issues over and over again before someone looses a life. It was Sunday, May 12, 2013 when this engine belts and pulleys issue occurred.
#3 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The car is a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. While driving the vehical started to make noise took it to first mechanic shop near bye and they told use the ac compressor was failing but it would be ok then on the way back home the car started to smoke from the compressor because the clutch had seized up we pulled over otherwise im sure we would have broken the belt causeing more damage. It was 08/20/2012 when this engine belts and pulleys issue occurred.
#4 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2008 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle having this issue was a 2008 Mazda Cx-7. Ac failed on long trip. Temp gauge did not indicate overheating, no warning lights were lit up. After arriving at destination 5 hours from home, turned off engine and saw smoke coming from rt front hood area near wheel. Tried to start, not turning over. Added coolant to over flow (it was empty). Still not starting. No Mazda dealer open in area (closest one was 45 miles south in ft wayne. Time was approx 2pm on Saturday. Enterprise rent a car also not open except airport locations (they are open 8-12 on sats). Knew there was a w-mart nearby w/ auto service. Our vehicle is parked in large mcdonald's lot near the back out of the way, relatively safe location. . . Clld and spoke w/ [xxx] at wal-mart. He offered to come look at the car after work-w/in 15 min he was there. Because engine not turning over, he at first was concerned engine may have seized up/head gasket blew etc. He isolated the ac clutch as the problem by manually turning over the engine and then taking belt off completely. Started right up. . . He then proceeded to drive us to airport in ft wayne, had our car towed to his repair shop, accessed the problem area and advised me what part to order. The man is a saint. We spent 4 hours at airport until enterprise took mercy on us and rented us a car even though I only have a debit visa. Part has been ordered from dealer where we purch car. They matched price online of $289. 01 and shipping to indiana is only $12 will arrive by end of day tomorrow. Not sure what labor cost will be. Unable to order only clutch from Mazda. Don't need pump but will have extra in case it fails in the future. Information redacted pursuant to the freedom of information act (foia), 5 u. S. C. 552(b)(6). It was Saturday, July 21, 2012 when this engine belts and pulleys issue occurred.
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#5 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle involved is a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. On may 18th I took my car to the Mazda dealer in NJ for a timing belt recall and was replaced. On may 28th driving on the highway the a/c stopped working, the warning lights came on and immediately the car stalled. I then had it towed to the same Mazda dealer. The next day they told me that my engine was blown and it was going to cost me $7,476. 79. I have always serviced my car every 3,000 miles, my car is only 6 years old and only has 57,040 miles. I took it to an engine expert and told me that the engine was defective. Mazda should recall all cx7s from 2007. It is obvious that all of them came out with a defect. This engine belts and pulleys issue occurred May 28, 2012.
#6 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The car involved is a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. The VIN of the car is JM3ER29397_. There are two complaints for this vehicle. 1. Timing belt. . . Failure after 68,000 miles changed after a dispute with dealership, we still had to pay for 2 hrs of labor. 2. Turbo unit. . . Failure after 70,000 miles still at dealership. . . No option but to pay $3083 to get fixed. Turbo failure happened on highway, vehicle performed erratic and limped to off ramp using shoulder. This issue happened on Thu., Sep. 22, 2011.
#7 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle is a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. The VIN of this Cx-7 is JM3ER29337_. The air conditioning compressor on the vehicle seized with no warning & caused the serpentine belt to catch on fire. This appears to be a known issue with this vehicle, based on many postings on the internet. Additionally, the service manager at the dealer I take my vehicle to for service said a noise getting progressively louder in the engine is the timing chain adjuster that will require replacement very soon. He said this is a known issue with this particular vehicle, and the many postings on the internet about the same issue seem to confirm his statement. Combined, repairs for both will be in the $3500 to $5000 range. This engine belts and pulleys problem happened on Oct. 2, 2011.
#8 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
Consumer has a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. The contact stated that there was an abnormal knocking could be heard hear from the engine when first starting the vehicle. Later, the vehicle stalled while driving and was taken to a local mechanic. The mechanic advised that the time belt was fractured and the engine needed to be replaced. The contact did not call the manufacturer. The failure mileage was 100,000. This problem occurred on October 14, 2011.
#9 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The car involved is a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. Failure of ac clutch interference with belts creating smoke and burning of belts and internal systems. It was Friday, Dec. 30, 2011 when this engine belts and pulleys issue happened.
#10 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The car involved was a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. The VIN of this vehicle is JM3ER29L57_. Car suddenly stalled 3 hours away from home; no noticeable performance issues / noise prior. Towed to mechanic who determined timing belt broke causing some valves to bend and other damage therefore replacement of engine required. Was on edmunds, other car blog sites along with researching this site and found that many, many others who have encountered the same issue around the 60k miles mark (or less in some cases). Spoke to Mazda and they are not taking any ownership or responsibility even though many incidences of the same mechanical problem. Oil changes were made regularly and car was last into Mazda for a noise less than a year ago which they said was due to my brakes. Have owned many cars before (not Mazdas) and this car is a huge disappointment as is my experience with Mazda. I hope this issue will be or is being pursued with Mazda. This engine belts and pulleys problem happened on 08/26/2011.
#11 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2008 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle is a 2008 Mazda Cx-7. Consumer has a 2008 Mazda cx7. While driving black smoke was expelled through the vents of the vehicle. The vehicle was towed to the dealer. A technician from the dealer stated that the air conditioning clutch and belt had failed. He then added that the failure was a manufacturer defect. However,the estimated cost for the repair was $1,243. 00. The manufacturer took a report, and a representative stated that they would assist with the repair. The vehicle was in the process of being repaired. The failure and current mileages were 42,000. The failure date was Dec. 7, 2009.
#12 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2008 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle involved was a 2008 Mazda Cx-7. I own a Mazda 2008 cx7 sport - purchased new on 11/28/2007. I have 62,500 miles on the vehicle. It was towed to the dealer on 6/22/2010 with loud whining noise and loss of power. Dealer said the turbo is malfunctioned. Over the next week the extended service company for Mazda requested maintenance records. I had the oil changed outside of the dealer some of the time. They looked at this and declined the warranty repairs. I kept calling and they agreed to send out an independent adjuster. He noted a "sludge" build up on the oil return hose bolt to the turbo. They declined my warranty coverage. I am having to pay $2500 to repair. I have been doing research online and this vehicle is having numerous issues with sludge buildup. This comes from the engine running to hot and breaking the oil down to create blockages that ultimately affect the turbo or other internal engine parts. If you look on edmunds website you can see their are others with the same issue. Mazda will not make the recall or assist the consumers. We follow their recommendations on oil change and are getting no assistance. I am afraid that I will have additional issues once this is repaired and they will decline future service. Hat can you do to help? I actually have the dealers printed copy of where they repaired the timing belt tensioner in April at 57k miles. According to the supervisor for customer service at the extended warranty office his computer records show they repaired the serpentine belt for less money that the dealer records I have in hand. What is going on this just does not seem honest. I need help and there are others with the same situation over the last year - some having to spend $7500 + out of pocket to repair their cx7. Please call me for help. This engine belts and pulleys problem happened on 06/22/10.
#13 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2008 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle involved was a 2008 Mazda Cx-7. 2008 Mazda cx 7 grand touring - purchased pre-owned vehicle from a certified Mazda dealer in October 2008, had a loud engine sound and dealer advised this was "normal", just before warranty expiration found that transmission seal was bad and replaced this as well as the recalled compressor. Now at 64k and noise in engine is getting worse and it is in fact the timing chain lapping. Found out that this is a common problem and that some people have been having the chain break leaving them stranded in the middle of the road. Also found that the entire casing and the tensioning belt/mechanism is failing. This is a huge safety concern and I am surprised that no one has recalled this, it is a very common problem in the 07 model as well. Will request old parts be kept. Currently being worked on. The failure date was 12/16/10.
#14 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The car involved was a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. The air conditioning compressor pulley bearing seized but was able to turn long enough to get to a nearby relative. The dealer said the compressor and belt would be replaced under warranty, but the part would be difficult to get and estimated at least a week or more. He supplied a loaner and said the car would not be safe to drive, as the pulley could seize completely at any time. I am still waiting for the replacement part. This problem occurred on 10/10/2007.
#15 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The ac on my 2007 Mazda Cx-7 stopped working while driving on freeway about 14 months after I bought it. I had an appointment within a couple days to bring it in for an oil change so I didn't do anything immediately. The next day, while driving locally I saw smoke coming from the rear of the car and then the power steering stopped working. I forced the car over to the side and got it towed to the nearest Mazda dealer. After 2 weeks without the car, they finally fixed it saying that the belt tensioner had "frozen up" and the belt had melted onto the ac compressor and power steering drive wheel. They had to replace both pulleys and the belt with parts shipped in directly from japan. The car should not have had this major of a problem within 25k miles and less than a year and a half of driving, and I'm wondering what other damage it may have caused that will crop up in the future. This engine belts and pulleys issue occurred Monday, February 18, 2008.
#16 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The car involved was a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. The VIN of this Cx-7 is JM3ER29307_. Smoke started to come from the engine compartment and smelled like burnt rubber. There was no leak and all the belts looked ok. Lost power steering and engine died. Did not turn on and had to have it towed to the dealer. The dealer explained that this was caused by the a/c compressor and wanted to charge around $1900 (with taxes and everything). Since I had an extended warranty that took care of most except $180. I would not file a complaint, except that the only other friend that has a Cx-7 had the exact same problem and now looking at the internet it seems to be a widespread problem that needs to be fixed. It may be too late for me, but they should do a recall so other people could be potentially saved from harm. This issue happened on 09/16/2008.
#17 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle having this issue was a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. At 41,000 miles, my air compressor failed. It started by running the ac and then the compressor locked up. The belt got ruined because of the friction and now I'm having to replace it all. I just recently browsed the internet and found that I'm not the only one with this problem. It seems to be a trend with this vehicle. I can save the old compressor if need be. This issue happened on Apr. 15, 2009.
#18 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle involved was a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. Air conditioner stopped working and engine compartment filled with smoke. The car was taken to the dealer the next day the dealer reported that the airconditioner had failed and that the clutch on the ac although functioning was not turning and that the belt was burning. This engine belts and pulleys issue occurred Friday, May 15, 2009.
#19 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle was a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. While driving 80 mph, the contact noticed that the air bag light illuminated on the instrument panel. Immediately following, the air conditioner compressor locked up and stopped the engine, which caused the serpentine belt to shred and the battery cable to melt. Through online research, the contact discovered that this was a common issue with her year, make, and model vehicle. The manufacturer offered to pay for 75% of the repair costs. The contact feels that this is a serious safety issue because a crash could have occurred. The current and failure mileages were 44,000. This issue happened on Jun. 14, 2009.
#20 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle involved is a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. Air compressor blew off with broke in pulley and belt. It was July 27, 2009 when this engine belts and pulleys issue occurred.
#21 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
We have a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. We were driving home from camping and started to smell this horrible burning rubber smell coming from the truck. After a few mins I started seeing smoke coming from the right side of the hood. At that time our friends called us. We had them following from camping. They said they seen alot of smoke and smelled something bad. We got off at federal way and pulled into a shell station to look and get gas. My husband lifts the hood and there is a small fire and lots more smoke coming from the a/c compressor. He then notices that the serpentine belt is almost melted threw. So we pull into a parking spot and out of the way when we heard a loud noise and snap. The belt came off. So we had to call Mazda roadside service and get it towed to the auburn dealership. It was Sunday night so we had to wait until Monday morning to call. We had our 3 year old son with us. We thought we were buying a safe car and wouldn't have to deal with something like a small fire with 2007 safest vehicle of the year. Now it turns out our warranty ended 2,000 miles ago we have 38,000 and there is nothing they will do to help, other than say its 1500 to fix your car. We are a single family income and that's alot of money to come up with. I have found out there are a hundred or so people this has happened to. Why is there no recall already? it obviously causes small fires and is not safe for children. Please consider recalling the a/c compressors, clutch packs, and serpentine belts. Mazda must know there is a problem. They have a deal for the parts. "genuine Mazda Cx-7 air conditioner compressor with clutch and belt new lower price $484. 85", but I was still quoted $1,500. The failure date was Sunday, August 16, 2009.
#22 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The car is a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. The VIN of this vehicle is JM3ER29L67_. Vehicle began to smoke from under the hood. Pulled to shoulder of expressway and shut engine off. Looked under hood, then tried to restart. Engine would not crank. Had vehicle towed to dealership. Found a/c compressor seized and starter damaged from attempting to restart engine. Dealer replaced starter, a/c compressor, exp tank, belt and freon. Vehicle is a one owner with 43,203 miles. Dealer did split cost $1879. 92/$939. 96. When searching on line, found many customers of same vehicle w/same problem seems Mazda knows of problem and has changed design of compressor, but will not recall this item, even though vehicle can loose power steering. It was May 13, 2009 when this engine belts and pulleys issue occurred.
#23 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The car involved is a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. I was driving down the road when all of a sudden I could smell smoke and my ac just stopped. I took my 2007 Mazda Cx-7 into 3 shops. One was the Mazda dealer where I bought the car. All 3 places told me that my ac compressor clutch had gone out. The part and labor is costing me $750 to fix. I have been reading on several online forums that this is a common problem and often leads to the s-belt breaking and the entire car just stopping while driving. I even had one of the mechanics tell me that it could happen to me at any time. This engine belts and pulleys issue occurred Thu., Aug. 13, 2009.
#24 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle involved was a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. The VIN of this Cx-7 is JM3ER29337_. 2007 Mazda 2007 air conditioning system serviced at 53,603 miles no defect noted despite our complaint of poor performance. Dealer said it was a dirty cabin filter. 53,951 miles sudden catastrophic failure of air conditioning compressor and clutch. Heavy smoke and burning odor from engine compartment wife and kids evacuated what they thought was a burning car on a busy street. Compressor/clutch locked up belts loss of engine accessories and engine cooling. Turns out this is a known issue which Mazda refuses to acknowledge. It was 09/25/09 when this engine belts and pulleys issue happened.
#25 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The car involved is a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. The ac compressor locked up and caused a list of damage including needing a new motor. Started smoking outside and inside the car and then making a horrible noise. Replaced ac pump, belts, crank pulley, belt tensioner, idler pulley and because the timing belt also broke this caused the damage to the engine. After doing research, this seems to be the trend for a 2007 Mazda cx7. It was Sep. 18, 2009 when this engine belts and pulleys issue happened.
#26 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
My wife was driving her 2007 Mazda Cx-7 when she heard a bang and smoke started billowing from under the hood. She pulled over and turned off the car. After inspection, I determined it was the ac compressor because it wouldn't smoke when the ac was turned off. We took the car to the dealer and they confirmed my suspicion. The air compressor had locked up and needed to be replaced as well as the belt. This was going to cost $1069 plus tax. After reading over 15 pages of similar complaints on edmund's forum, I am filing a complaint. It appears that my wife only had a minor incident while others lost power steering and complete operation of their vehicle. This issue definitely needs to be recalled as this is happening to many vehicles and may cost someone's life. The failure date was Wednesday, November 11, 2009.
#27 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The car was a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. I got into a Mazda forum where many costumers are having problems with the air conditioning clutch failure (seized) loosing power steering while driving. Turbo failure, causing engine overheating. Timing belt failure. I can not find any recalls about these failures. It was 11/12/09 when this engine belts and pulleys issue happened.
#28 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle having this issue was a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is JM3ER29L87_. A/c compressor and/or clutch seizes-up and causes cascade failure of belt driven accessories with loss of power steering. This happened suddenly at highway speed and is considered a serious safety defect. I searched the NHTSA site and found more than 50+ other such complaints. Why this model has not been recalled is a mystery to me?. It was Tue., Jan. 19, 2010 when this engine belts and pulleys issue happened.
#29 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle having this issue was a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. Driving on freeway and a/c began to blow hot. Smoke and burnt rubber smell coming from under hood. Lost power steering assist but was still able to barely steer vehicle to side of freeway. Had vehicle towed to shop. A/c compressor locked up and destroyed drive belt. Had compressor replaced and it failed 20 miles later, before I even got home. Have to replace it again. Compressor failure is a safety hazard due to the loss of power steering. This problem occurred on Thursday, Apr. 8, 2010.
#30 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle is a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. Driving home from work during rush hour. Smoke began pouring out of engine compartment outside vehicle and into the cabin. Fearing an engine fire, pulled off to left shoulder of highway and shut off engine. Opened hood (with much trepidation) to observe problem. Smoke continued to emanate from passenger side of engine compartment near serpentine belts - no obvious fire. Let vehicle sit for 5 minutes and restarted - same problem. Shut off a/c, and smoke and noise discontinued. Idled for 5 minutes - no more apparent problems with a/c off. Pulled back on to highway and continued trip home. Did some online investigation and deduced that a/c compressor had seized. Anecdotal evidence of widespread problem, including catastrophic failures for other Mazda cx7 owners. Anecdotal evidence of a complete component redesign for 2008 model year. Brought car to dealer following Monday - a/c compressor had seized and required replacement to the tune of $1300 at my cost (12,000 km over warranty). No help from the dealer, and no help from Mazda. Zoom-zoom appears to represent how quickly Mazda retreats from customer support. This engine belts and pulleys issue occurred 07/23/2010.
#31 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle was a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. I own a 2007 Mazda cx7 and it was been at the dealer every month this summer and I'm on my second loner car. The trouble started last summer with pinging and turbo lag. That seemed to stop and the dealer said that it was a software issue. But this summer we have had three separate issues. 1. Transfer case leak. Fixed. 2. Engine stabilizer leak. Fixed. 3. Variable valve timing actuator vvta. Currently in shop. Car loudly "growls" to life, squeaky belt, difficulty starting, told by dealer that will eventually cause engine trouble if not fixed. This has all been since July!!! we are just shy of 30k and the warranty expires next month. I am very afraid that something else will go wrong and we will end up paying for it. Upon reading a few cx7 web sites and blogs, it has become clear that this vvta issue will lead to a timing belt failure and engine loss. I have a little less then 30,000 miles on this car and bought it new. Unfortunately this seems to be a relatively common occurrence in the 2007 model. Please issue a recall so that this defect can be addressed prior to engine failure and not at owners expense. Thank you!. This problem occurred on Sunday, Aug. 1, 2010.
#32 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The vehicle is a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. The reporting person's vehicle is a 2007 Mazda cx7. The contact stated that the vehicle was taken to the dealer for another repair and also informed the dealer that it was making a noise. The dealer replaced the vvt actuator at that time. The vehicle was taken back to the dealer because the contact noticed that the failure continued. The dealer stated that the air conditioner compressor was the cause of the failure. After two days, while driving the contact noticed the noise again so the vehicle was taken back to the dealer; the dealer replaced the serpentine belt and pulley system. The failure continued, the noise worsened and the vehicle lost momentum while she was driving; the dealer then stated that she needed a new engine, new turbo, new pulley and vvt actuator. The vehicle had not been repaired. The contact called the manufacturer who asked that she submit maintenance records but offered no assistance. The current mileage was approximately 46,000. The failure mileage was approximately 40,000. This engine belts and pulleys issue occurred May. 24, 2010.
#33 - Engine Belts And Pulleys problem of the 2007 Mazda Cx-7
The car involved was a 2007 Mazda Cx-7. The VIN of this vehicle was JM3ER29307_. Timing belt broke at 80,000 miles requiring a new engine. This issue happened on Tuesday, November 9, 2010.
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|Gas Recirculation Valve (egr Valve) problems||14|
|Engine Failure problems||12|
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|Car Stall problems||10|
|Engine Clicking And Tapping Noises problems||8|
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|Engine Burning Oil problems||4|