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Bodywork & Fittings / Re: A pillar and rear view mirror
« Last post by cosh68 on Yesterday at 08:46:10 PM »
Slimy,

As dumpling said you can squeeze a cable under the edge of the pillar if you pull the rubber edge out the way....





These help ?

Shaun.....
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I've just got/sold my Mazda 2 / Re: Hi there
« Last post by cosh68 on Yesterday at 07:47:30 PM »
Hello Slimy and welcome to the group...

The new ( to you ) M2 sounds nice, any pics ?

There are a lot of mods threads, fixes repairs and general info available to you on here...

Shaun.....
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Bodywork & Fittings / Re: A pillar and rear view mirror
« Last post by dumpling on Yesterday at 06:30:50 PM »
When I put a dash cam in my car last year I managed to hide the cable in the roof trim and then managed to squeeze the cable in the A pillar without removing it.  It cannot be seen and still works ok.

I don't know about the rear view mirror!
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Bodywork & Fittings / A pillar and rear view mirror
« Last post by Slimy on Yesterday at 08:07:10 AM »
Hi, now that we have our new Mazda 2, I'm looking to transfer the dash cam from our previous car to the new car. I can see a nice route down to the cigarette lighter socket, but the one thing I need to do is remove the A pillar cover to route the wire. Is it similar to other cars in that it just pulls off or is there something clever about it?

Second question is about the rear view mirror. The one in the car has delaminated on one side, and it's spoiling the otherwise perfect condition car. I've bought a second hand one off Ebay that is in better condition, but I can't quite tell how to remove the old one. I can see it does have a small notch in the end, which suggests screwdriver leverage is appropriate. Is that right or am I barking up the wrong mirror?

(Apologies, I've just noticed there is an interior fittings section so I guess this is in the wrong place!)
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I've just got/sold my Mazda 2 / Hi there
« Last post by Slimy on Yesterday at 08:03:06 AM »
Hi everyone, thank you for letting me join the forum. I've just bought a Mazda 2 for my wife, a 2013 TS in Aquatic blue. It's a lovely car to drive, although my wife is coming from a Peugeot 308 so it's a very different car.

I have a few initial questions, but I tend to be quite active on forums so hopefully I'll be able to contribute as time goes on.
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Mazda 2 / MOVED: Boomerang armrest.
« Last post by Willpower on May 21, 2018, 03:20:01 PM »
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Mazda 2 / Re: Newbies consider this topic after activating account
« Last post by billysiv on May 18, 2018, 08:27:32 AM »
I've just ordered a SE L Nav + auto in machine grey.
Test drove a Nissan Leaf and loved it but couldn't see a good reason to spend 10K more to choose it over the Mazda 2. Bugger global warming!!!
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Interior trim / Boomerang armrest.
« Last post by billysiv on May 18, 2018, 08:22:25 AM »
If anyone has a Mazda or Boomerang armrest fitted or any other after market armrest I'd appreciate some feedback please.
Thanks
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Ventilation / Re: Good news-Mazda recall going out for replacement condenser units
« Last post by Si on May 17, 2018, 03:06:38 PM »
Yay, good news for you and others.  And a manufacturer doing the right thing  :)
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Hi, I posted yesterday regarding the aircon in my 65 plate SportNav not working. Thought I'd post this as a new topic, as may be of interest to others and would have not been noticed in the other thread.

I rang Newport Mazda this morning, and was told that they've just had a recall issued by Mazda for failed condenser units. Letters to customers affected are going out today. She checked her list, and my car is on it  :) So, booked in for replacement at end of May.
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