Question about 2002 Mazda Protege
My 2004 Mazda MPV with a whopping 55k miles on has had two coils replaced. "Technicians" and "Service Advisors" have stated that it is due to overheating. I must admit, it can get rather balmy in Seattle in February and May, considering thats when the coils decided to go. I may have to agree, even though I have no data to support the claim, that perhaps moisture can be a significant contributor. So I ask you, what is the solution? Move to Las Vegas, Phoenix or some other moisture free enviroment. I'm thinking after spending close to $1k in maintenance its time to trade in.
This is a known issue. Doesn't have to do with overheating or moisture, or whatever. Mazda is making a killing on replacing these coils. Going on 3rd set, luckily first two times were covered under warranty.
Posted on Feb 15, 2011
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