Mazda New Zealand is recalling 4,171 cars built between June 1, 2002, and Feb. 14, 2004 due to possible problems with fuel tanks and signal indicators. The recall involves 4,033 Mazda6 and 138 Mazda Atenza models. The Atenzas are used cars imported into New Zealand from Japan. Mazda6 Mazda says the plastic fuel tank used on the cars is vulnerable to high temperatures and may expand, crack and leak fuel. A faulty turn signal contact could cause indicators to work only intermittently, ...

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