Mazda recalls Mazda6 sedans once again
April 7 , 2014
Mazda6 sedans are being recalled for the second time in three years after the company failed to fix the issue in the first attempt.
It appears that spiders like to weave webs in the engines and end up blocking a vent line to cause the leakage of fuel tanks. The vehicles were first recalled in 2011 and the new one affects 42k Mazda6 cars.
Reports suggest that spiders will still be free to build webs but the engines will be kept safe with the help of a software fix.