Mazda MAZDA6 owners have reported 8 problems related to door latch (under the latches/locks/linkage category). The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of Mazda MAZDA6 based on all problems reported for the MAZDA6.
The contact owns a 2010 Mazda 6. The contact observed that the alarm on the vehicle continued to go off intermittently until it drained the battery. The vehicle was jumpstarted and taken to a local dealer (legend Mazda, 12115 I-35, san antonio, TX, 78233, 210-564-6800) where it was diagnosed that the front driver and passenger door latches needed to be replaced. The frontal driver side door latch was replaced and the frontal passenger side door latch was in the process of being replaced. The vehicle was serviced per NHTSA campaign number: 13v425000 (latches/locks/linkages) in October of 2013 by the dealer (john hine Mazda 1545 camino del rio s, san diego, CA, 92108, 888-714-7925). The recall remedy failed to repair the vehicle. The manufacturer was not contacted or made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was approximately 82,757.
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The contact owns a 2009 Mazda 6. The contact stated that the dashboard was melting. As a result, the sun caused a glare which impaired the contact's vision. There was also a sticky substance present. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The contact also stated that the vehicle's alarm activated randomly. The failure recurred multiple times. The vehicle was taken to a dealer for diagnostic testing. The mechanic stated that the rear driver side door failed to close and the door latch was replaced. The failure recurred and the front passenger side door latch was replaced. The contact was made aware of NHTSA campaign number: 13v425000 (latches/locks/linkages); however, the VIN was not included. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 40,000.
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The contact owns a 2009 Mazda Mazda6. The contact stated that both front door locks detached from the vehicle. The dealer and manufacturer were notified of the failure, but denied any assistance with repairs. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximately failure and current mileages were 58,000. Updated 03/16/lj the consumer stated three of the screws were missing. He also checked the other doors, and they were either missing or loose. Updated 04/09/12.
The door locks on the vehicle failed. As a result, I am unable to enter the car from the drivers side door. Furthermore, the remote control, key, interior latch, door handle will not open the door. As a result, I have to enter the car through the passenger side door and climb over the center console. This is a problem due to back surgery in which screws were placed in my lower back to stabilize to disk. Because the door will not open, the door panel can not be removed and thus there is no access to the failed parts. No one seems to want to work on the problem. This is a definite problem in that an escape from the car would be time consuming and impossible should an accident occur. Updated 07/05/11.
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The contact owns a 2004 Mazda 6. The contact stated that the driver's side front door would not unlock. She tried to unlock the door with the key, the remote, and manually, but it continued to fail. The dealer was unable to unlock the door and diagnose the failure. The current and failure mileages were 73,000.
Car is a Mazda 6 sport wagon 2004 with power door locks. This is not a complaint against a dealer or the manufacturer (Mazda) at this point. They are currently working on the problem and I expect a satisfactory fix. The issue here is the failure mode of the part of the car in question which part is door locks. The first day we had the car, we had the driver's side door lock not open using the key fob or the key. We could not open the door for about 10 minutes and then, suddenly, it started working again. Two days later, the failure re-occured in the same way and, again, we were able to get into the car eventually with repeated trial. This is the important part. On Apr 21, my wife was driving the car and stopped at her destination. The failure of the driver's side door lock occured again but this time she was inside the car. She found she could not open the driver's side door by any means at all. The door was not jammed, it was just that the door would not unlock. The fob would not unlock, the manual button would not unlock and the door lever would not unlock. She had to climb over the console (no small feat) and get out through the passenger door. I believe this represents a significant risk to health and well-being as there are times when you might need to get out of a car to save life or limb. I think the failure mode of this lock should be investigated and evaluated for safety risk.
Air conditioner will fog up the windshield. It blows through the defroster and it blows moisture on the windshield. This happens mostly in the morning and evening and when it rains. Dealer and manufacturer said there was nothing they could do. The material on the seats was coming a apart, the door handles were inoperative.
My four year old son got his finger caught in the door handle of my 2003 Mazda6. The door handles differ from other handles in that a section of them pull out and then retract back.
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