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About Mazda Navajo

Being essentially a rebadged Ford Explorer Sport, Mazda Navajo was built by a prominent Japanese multinational automobile manufacturer Mazda Motor Corporation, commonly referred to as simply Mazda, as a mid-size Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) between 1991 and 1994. Originally introduced as Mazda's very first off-roader and Mazda's only truck-based SUV, the Navajo was Motor Trend Magazine's Truck of the Year for 1991. However, after being available for about four model years, the Navajo was ended due to the poor sales in the North America after the 1994 model year and it was replaced by another SUV Mazda Tribute for the 2000 model year in this market.
Mazda Navajo was produced based on the first-generation Ford Explorer Sport and it made its debut for the only North American market for the 1991 model year. It was offered in only one body style, 2-door SUV but came in two trim levels: base (renamed DX for 1992) and LX. Meanwhile, Navajo was also available for an optional premium package. Equipped with unique taillights, grille, front bumpers, wheels, power windows, power locks, power mirrors, Navajo also came with optional features such as extra interior illumination, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, air conditioning, a stereo system with cassette deck, cruise control, sport seats with power lumbar adjustment, a pop-up/removable moonroof, four-wheel anti-lock brakes, and 5-spoke alloy wheels and others. During its lifetime, Mazda Navajo was powered by a 4.0 L V6 rated at 160 horsepower and power was sent to the rear wheels or four wheels through either 4-speed automatic transmission or 5-speed manual transmission.

Mazda Navajo Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

No matter how tough the Mazda Navajo was built, as an SUV, it undertakes the responsibility of crossing over all kinds of road conditions. Therefore, as the accumulation of mileage, these common problems still find your Navajo:
First, when the Mazda Navajo reaches about 170,000 miles, the engine will misfire while driving according to the information listed on the car repair statistics site CarComplaints.com. This is obviously a problem concerning the engine. In order to avoid the worst situation of the vehicle breaking down, you had better learn how to diagnose and solve it as soon as possible with the help of these typical symptoms of it provided by experienced Navajo drivers. Starting with strange sounds including whining, squealing or rattling from the engine, leaking oil on the ground and burnt oil odor in the compartment, the engine will gradually have performance issues such as misfiring, stalling, hard starting or inability to start. Finally, the vehicle will also experience a decrease in power, acceleration and fuel economy. When the Check Engine Light comes on, please make sure the Navajo oil filter, spark plug, engine control module, oxygen sensor, air filter, fuel pump, exhaust manifold gasket and valve cover gasket are working properly.
Second, another high-ranked complaint about the Mazda Navajo is the transmission failure. This problem is often underestimated by drivers since most of them have not enough knowledge about working principles of the automobiles. To avoid your Navajo suffers from drivability problems caused by transmission failure, these recognizable and simple symptoms of this problem will be a lot of help. If clunking or grinding noises come from underneath the vehicle; if transmission fluids leak into the ground; if the indicator does not match the gear; if the transmission slips or surges; if the vehicle starts in another gear or refuses to go into any gear; or if you have difficulty in shifting gears, please inspect the working condition of the Navajo transmission assembly, shift cable, automatic transmission filter, automatic transmission shifter, transfer case seal and clutch fork immediately.
Meanwhile, please attach enough importance to the routine maintenance on vulnerable auto parts of Mazda Navajo. Some parts play important roles in creating a safe and comfortable driving environment, but they are also exposed to harsh working conditions. You are advised to add the Navajo seat belt, windshield wiper, wiper blade, cabin air filter, antenna, fog light and headlight to your routine maintenance list.
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