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Clunking sound from front end
Hello. This problem could have something to do with the strut mounts and some of the other front end suspension parts. It is also possible that there is a problem with the control bushing being bad, causing the noise as...
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Rear end squeaking
Hello there. Thanks for writing in about your 2011 Mazda2. Squeaking noises when driving are fairly common and can have many causes. The most likely causes of the noise would be a window seal, seat, body panels, suspension bushings, or...
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Error codes, engine light on
Hello there. When these codes are seen together, it points to a malfunction in the oxygen sensor bank 1 circuit. This could be caused by many things such as a failing oxygen sensor, leaking fuel injector, rich or lean conditions,...
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Thudding noise after tire rotation
Hello there. Without knowing what kind of weather and snow the area you live in sees, I will answer this as best as possible. In most places in the country, all-season tires can be used (as the name implies) during...
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Car lost power and stalled
Hello there. It's kind of odd that your 2011 Mazda2 is exhibiting this issue with so few miles on it. However, many different faults can cause the vehicle to stall. The most common would be the fuel pump, fuel filter,...
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Left side radio buttons quit working
Hello there. This is not an uncommon issue. The most likely cause would be a failing radio or a power supply issue. When the radio begins to fail, it can either just stop working or it can decline slowly such...
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Slow leak in oil pan
Hello. Resealing an oil pan is not an easy job for someone who is not an experienced technician. I would suggest that you have a certified technician, like one from YourMechanic, come and replace the oil pan gasket.

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