Mazda Other Repair Question
Asked on September 13, 2006
I just Bought my 06 mazda 6i about 5 months ago i started to hear some kocking coming from the engine compartment at 9k miles so i took the car in, they said that it was lower engine knocking and it was caused by my lack of chainging the oil, now i know it should have been done at 7500 but i figured it would be ok and i was very busy so i held off a little, anyways they say they wont fix it under my warranty and it will need a new engine. I was wondering if there was anything i could do and if it really was my fault or a faulty engine???
Replied on September 14, 2006
Bitch at them more....they should cover it-this time, BUT you are responsible to do the oil changes at the proper times. NOT when you have time, there is no reason why you can have you oil changes done on time (OR early! OH my GOD!)
Answered by Cosmo
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Replied on October 24, 2006
If you've been neglectin the oil changes, the knocking is probably due to worn out engine bearings which is very bad news.