My car broke down last Wednesday, towed to Mazda been there a week and $2000 worth of diagnostics later. Car has some debris in the fuel filter, fuel pump need replacing with the fuel lines and 1 injector.
They said they can't be sure what's causing it but it may be the fuel pump. It's out of warranty and $8500 is a lot to repair a car.
I've spoken to Mazda customer support about some assistance with the repairs because it seems to be a manufacturing defect if the car needs $8,500 of repairs to a car that was serviced regularly. Won't be back to me until Monday.
It's a 3.2L Mazda BT50 2012 with approximately 160,000 kms on the clock.
Any ideas on other paths I could take to get this repaired cheaper. Could I talk to some government body to assist?