Then on my last service they couldnt' start it so replaced the starter motor under warranty. I bought new one and put it in. Dealers claim there is no known issue but from web searching, this appears to be a global problem with Mazda 6's. Started it again and tried giving it gas, same thing happened. Notice that oil was frequently needing replaced yet no signs of leaking.
Call Mazda at 1-800-222-5500 to see if your Mazda 6 is eligible to be repaired. Same result when shifting back to drive. Is this something that will affect my Motor Vehicle inspection? All appears back to normal now. Put in a confirmed working crank sensor as well as a few of the intake sensors. The consumer stated the day of delivery, the salesman had trouble starting the car and requested a technician make some adjustment to the ignition. I noticed that a clip had broken no the throttle body. It fried my ems box.
I popped the hood and noticed the loads of corrosion on the battery post. Hope I don't have water in the fuel line. If your vehicle is not starting at all, then you really need to get a diagnostic machine hooked up to your car and try starting it. You really need to know. Hello all, This is my families first mazda. Car obviously not safe to drive at that point.
. Come to find out somebody had tampered with the fuses underneath the hood. In addition, when the vehicle was started, the contact noticed a fuel odor emitting from the vehicle. Waited several seconds, attempted restart, but engine would not restart. Although the vehicle has a gas gauge, it can be faulty. Later that day the wheel locked, power brakes failed and driver rolled into a ditch.
Pulled into a gas station after a 5 mile drive, shut it off, and manually locked the car doors. Did not attempt any movement. Not to mention if the car will not start while I am in a bad area and be harmed while waiting for the car to stop honking, flashing and refusing to crank and start. The car will still not start, everything now works except for the dang thing starting. Reset system, ran full diagnostic, no failure codes reported. And the engine will run, but very rough, won't it? The problem could lie with any of the sensors on the car for example.
A thumping noise can indicate a problem in your fuel system, including the fuel pump, fuel line, and fuel filter. There is a video inside the thread here: Any suggestions? After about one block it will run fine. The wheel locked and the key would not start the vehicle. Dont know how many tail lights I have had to replace. It wasn't possible to start it anymore. So, that's why I opted to change out her spark plugs.
On servicing I have told them of the problem but it never happens when they have it, this has been ongoing for 3 years since new. I'm not sure about why the load got so high during cranking and if that's normal or not. They will be able to and make the needed fixes to get you back on the road again. Recently, my car ran out of gas. It'll act funny for 30-40 miles then it should run smooth.
You can also hit us up at 6crew. Decided to Google the problem before going any further, and found this feed. I am looking for a solution. The failure mileage was 130,000. Sometimes if a vehicle runs out of fuel it can get air in the fuel lines. Update from Jul 29, 2012 : Had to take it to Mazda dealer.
Dealer couldn't consistently replicate so refused to change the starter motor : Everyone blames the battery! Dealers claim there is no known issue but from web searching, this appears to be a global problem with Mazda 6's. I just happened to use gas from Stewart's Shops on this one occasion and that is the gas that help my car start up fine. The dashboard states that the key is not found, even though I replaced both key fob batteries. Instrument panel was lit up with a red key indicator light. Posted on Dec 29, 2009 I have an 06 Mazda 6 that has had starter problems since new. A code came up for the crank positioning sensor.
It is full stock and the engine has aprox 15000 miles on it. One day, out of the blue, I filled the gas tank, and the car stalled as though it were flooded. I have an '06 Mazda 6 and have the same problem as everyone else here. The contact stated that the vehicle failed to start intermittently. I have to crank the motor until it starts but it will stall immediately unless I put my foot on the gas pedal and hold it there.