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Mazda BT-50: Engine shutdown

Asked by Niekuntch Vanmali

I have just had my brand new Mazda BT-50 4x4 XTR engine shutdown whilst travelling approximately 100 km/h on the motorway. I was unable to restart it and had to have it towed. Has there been similar incidents/faults with the BT50? I am taking it in to the dealer to find out what went wrong.

Answered by CarsGuide

4 Aug 2017 Graham Smith

 There have been other reports of BT-50s and Rangers shutting down, but they can usually be restarted. The problem with that is that the problem doesn't exist when the car is taken to a mechanic to find the cause, but because yours wouldn't restart the mechanic might be able to identify the cause.

 

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