Question about Mazda MAZDA6
The first thing to check would be the transmission fluid level. Typically checked with engine warm, idling, and in PARK. If the fluid level is OK, and the fluid is a pinkish red in color, you may need a computer update. I believe there were some recall 'flash' updates for this problem. If the fluid is brown or smells burnt, you should have the tranny fluid changed. Make sure you use the correct fluid type if you add or change fluid!! Also check on the mazda6club.com forum for similar issues. The tranny and computer should be covered for at least 60K on the warranty coverage.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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