Mazda Announces Fuel Pump Recall On Malaysian Models

The models affected include the Mazda2, Mazda3, Mazda6, CX-3, CX-5 and CX-9 that are made between 2017 and 2019. 

Mazda has recently announced a product recall regarding the replacement of its fuel delivery module, also known as the fuel pump. 

A total of 19,685 Malaysian Mazda vehicles are affected by this recall, with the models affected including the Mazda2, Mazda3, Mazda6, CX-3, CX-5 and CX-9 that are made between 2017 and 2019. 2020 model year Mazda vehicles are also not affected by this recall.

Owners of vehicles affected by the recall will be informed by Mazda via ‘notification letters and mobile SMS, which will include further details on the product recall’. Bermaz Motor, the sole distributor of Mazda vehicles in Malaysia, urge all customers affected by the recall to make an appointment with any authorised Mazda service centre upon receiving the notification. 

The recall of the fuel pump is performed as a preventative precaution ‘to address the possibility of loss of engine power or vehicle stalling’ due to the lack of fuel delivery as caused by the potentially defective fuel pump module. Moreover, this product recall is also being carried out on other Mazda vehicles in affected countries, not just Malaysia. 

Bermaz assures its customers that the fuel pump replacement will be performed free of charge, with all costs related to the recall procedure to be borne by Bermaz Motor. The replacement of the fuel pump is stated to take roughly 1.5 hours, depending on model and service centre availability. Fuel pump replacements are also coming in stages, so customers are urged to make an appointment to ensure parts and service availability. 

More information about this recall is available in the press release below: 

PRESS RELEASE: Mazda Corporation has announced a product recall to replace its fuel delivery module (fuel pump) as a precautionary measure. Based on the information received from Mazda Corporation Japan, a total of 19,685 units of Mazda vehicles in Malaysia are affected in the product recall. The models affected are; Mazda2, Mazda3, Mazda6, CX-3, CX-5 & CX-9 manufactured between 2017 – 2019.

As the sole distributor of Mazda vehicles in Malaysia, Bermaz Motor, together with Mazda Corporation, is looking seriously into resolving the matter as swiftly as possible. The safety of the customers is of the utmost priority, and we apologize for the inconvenience caused to the affected customers. Bermaz Motor would also like to reassure that all its year 2020 production models are not affected in this product recall. 

This product recall is necessary as a preventive measure to address the possibility of loss of engine power or vehicle stalling caused by the fuel pump module. This product recall is also in line with the fuel pump recall in other affected countries including China, ASEAN countries and other areas (Countries in Asia, Middle East, Africa, Middle America and Caribbean).  

The models affected are listed in the following Table 1

Model No. of Units Affected (Malaysia)
Mazda2 2,028 Units
Mazda3 1,441 Units
Mazda6 13 Units
Mazda CX-3 381 Units
Mazda CX-5 15,780 Units
Mazda CX-9 42 Units

Table 1

Affected customers will be informed via notification letters and mobile SMS, which will include details of the product recall. Upon receipt of notification to replace the fuel pump, Bermaz Motor urges all affected customers to contact any Bermaz authorized service centres to make an appointment. 

The replacement of the affected fuel pump is free of charge and all costs related to this replacement activity will be borne by Bermaz Motor. The duration of repair service is estimated to take approximately 1.5 hours or slightly longer depending on the model and the service centre workload at the time of appointment. The replacement stocks will be available in stages.

Vehicle owners can obtain more information on this product recall or check their vehicle chassis number via In the case if customers are experiencing unusual condition while driving, it is important to stop the vehicle in a safe place and make contact with the Bermaz authorized dealer or service centre for next step. 

Joshua Chin

Automotive journalist. Professional work on and Personal writing found at Instagram: @driveeveryday

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