Mazda BT-50 2007 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Mazda BT-50 2007 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Mazda BT-50 2007: Vibration problems after clutch replacement
Many owners have changed from a dual-mass flywheel when changing the clutch in their utes, and none have reported a major vibration problem after the change. I would doubt it is the flywheel that’s the problem, look elsewhere in the driveline.
Mazda BT-50 2007: Noisy clutch
I’d be checking the clutch to see if it could be worn out or close to.
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Mazda BT-50: Strange engine noise
It's a diesel, so it's not pinging. I suspect it's the injectors rattling. Have a diesel mechanic check them for you.
Mazda BT-50 2007: Smelly clutch
The clutch might be smelly, but is it slipping or doing anything else untoward. Clutches are a regularly reported problem on one-tonne utes, which suggests most are borderline in capacity. If there is a problem with the functioning of the clutch, approach Mazda again about replacing it. If there isn't a problem think about replacing the clutch with a heavy-duty one that's more capable of handling your towing needs.
Mazda BT-50 2007: Loose injector
I wouldn't bother contacting Mazda, the car is seven years old and there's no proof that anything was amiss with it from new.
Mazda BT-50: Constant engine light
It could be the diesel particulate filter alerting you that it's doing its thing. DPFs regularly go through a regeneration process, and most do it while you're driving along without any real impact on the performance of the car.
Used Mazda BT-50 review: 2006-2009
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