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General Discussion / Re: Seasons Greetings
« Last Post by stevem100 on Today at 12:28:29 pm »
And a Merry Christmas and Happy Motoring New Year to you
Cheers Steve  8)
General Discussion / Seasons Greetings
« Last Post by Willpower on Today at 09:25:26 am »

To all our members.     Have a wonderful festive season and please drive carefully.

Mazda forums Admin Team   :) :)
Engine/Transmission/Powertrain/Exhaust / Re: Fuel Draining
« Last Post by V 249 on December 15, 2017, 03:16:45 pm »
If you have not got a pump, apart from taking the tank out of the old Car.  The old tube in the tank and siphon into empty cans,  for filling  the tank of the new car. If you do that be careful when you suck, you don't get a mouthful of fuel.
Engine/Transmission/Powertrain/Exhaust / Fuel Draining
« Last Post by nath39504 on December 15, 2017, 10:51:05 am »

I search "Fuel Drain" in the search results and only brought up one topic that wasn't about this specifically.

I have a 2007 Mazda 6 TS 1.8 Petrol and the engine has died.
Ive bought a 2006 Mazda TS Katano 2.0 Petrol and im looking to drain the fuel out of the fuel tank from my old one in to the new one.

Can someone tell me the easiest way to drain the fuel? Im not bothered about it being damaged as the car is going for scrappage so I just need a safe and easy way to drain the fuel.


Interior trim / Re: Mazda 6 estate sport mats
« Last Post by apav on December 15, 2017, 08:48:39 am »
When I was buying parts for the recent service, I came across this set:

It says MZ08, not sure whether that is an official Mazda code, but it also mentions tailored for right hand drive cars. Maybe if you email them, they can tell you whether they are a perfect match but as they advertise them "unlike universal or generic mats", they should be a perfect match in theory, especially as they come with clips.
Interior trim / Re: Mazda 6 estate sport mats
« Last Post by V 249 on December 14, 2017, 07:06:10 pm »
Maybe luck of the draw, mine are fine. But failing the internet you could try the Mazda dealer
and see what they have. My originals came with the car supplied via the main dealer.Lasted five years
or more.
Interior trim / Re: Mazda 6 estate sport mats
« Last Post by xpajesz on December 14, 2017, 06:44:42 pm »
Used to buy one, but looks horrible also doesn't fit!
Still struggling to get my money back.
Interior trim / Re: Mazda 6 estate sport mats
« Last Post by V 249 on December 14, 2017, 03:42:20 pm »
Have a look on Amazon, they have several suppliers offering Mats for Mazda vehicles of all types and years.
Bought a new set for mine, remarks said they fit better then the originals and that turned out to be very true.
Reasonable prices and delivered within the week from ordering.
Interior trim / Mazda 6 estate sport mats
« Last Post by xpajesz on December 14, 2017, 02:02:10 pm »
Hi everyone,

Anyone know a dealer who selling origanal  mats for Mazda6 estate(2014)?
I'd like to buy a full set.

Thanks in advance
Steering/Suspension/Brakes / Re: Hand brake
« Last Post by djh78 on December 09, 2017, 10:18:53 am »
Not sure if you have looked into this yet but the same was happening on my 2013. It turns out my rear Calipers were banjaxed and had to be replaced after lengthy expensive attempts to refurbish then. Just dropped €1450 euro to get all four corners replaced with new pads and Discs. When I was in the uk Mazda were quitting over a £1000 just for the rears. Go to a reputable independent and when you have it sorted keep the Calipers as clean as possible. It’s a flaw in Mazda’s. Calipers are not available anywhere but from Mazda which is a f**king joke.
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