I will be mentioning it to my dealer when I get my next service. Luckily I have heard it taking a left into their parking lot. It has a slight dip and a hard left.Very convincing! I work in Engineering and it's all about statistics!
I also think for this reason alone that it will never be solved or fixed by Mazda. There are simply not enough cars on the road/people raising the issue for them to even care.
But, maybe (just maybe) with a few different dealers investigating, they/we can solve it.
For the time being I am working on trying to get another issue fixed (seat trim issue).
I was reading the installation instructions for the Corksport lowering springs and did noticed that there is a rubber noise isolater...and the noise I hear is a bouncing RUBBER noise...hmmmmm.
Interesting. Wonder of that isolators position changes enough to bang against the body.
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