If you're within your warranty period, yes, definetely !
If the part costs around 1700$ in the US, here in Europe (varies from a country to another), through an official dealer, the part can cost up 3000$.
Labor is estimated to 0.7 hours, with the realignment, count an hour or so.
Original part # was GHP9-67-XA1A, actual part #, after several changes that clearly show there is a real issue with it, is GHP9-67-XA1D.
You can get it cheaper in some US shops like:
#GHP967XA1D: Cruise Control Distance Sensor. Distance sensor. SENSOR. ADAPTIVE CRUISE
Mazda Genuine Part Number GHP9-67-XA1D | Sensor Unit,Radar
or on eBay, just Google with the part #.
I broke the radar twice (every 18 months), the first one was replaced under warranty but, for the second, Mazda are trying to find any excuse not to pay it.
I'm really pissed off ...
So pissed off that you joined a Mazda forum, created a username to express your frustration and replied to a post 6 months old to get it off your chest....
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