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At South Bay Mazda, we are the Los Angeles County’s Mazda vehicle service experts. Every Mazda with rear drive wheels also comes equipped with rear-drive axles. The axle is a shaft that accepts engine power from the differential gear and sends it into the drive wheel as needed to power the vehicle. When a problem develops with a rear axle, the reliable performance and smooth handling that you expect will begin to erode until the ultimate consequences happen – a broken axle and immovable vehicle. If your Mazda car or SUV begins experiencing the indicators of a rear axle problem or you already know that it requires a replacement, we invite you to our Mazda Service Department for top-tier service matching your vehicle’s brand name.
Since we are a 2018 Mazda Gold Cup Certified Dealer, you know that when you bring your vehicle to us that you are going to receive the service that you need, with each maintenance or repair service completed on time, and at the greatest value, every time. Our South Bay Mazda Service Department is an excellent opportunity for Mazda enthusiasts from Redondo Beach, Carson, and Hawthorne, CA to receive high-quality service at an unmatched value.
At South Bay Mazda, we have extensive factory training and hands-on experience maintaining the rear differential and inspection and replacing the rear axle as needed to restore factory specifications. It is important to remember that a rear axle problem comes with an increased safety risk – if the rear axle fails while driving, steering responsiveness is quickly compromised and you can lose control of the vehicle. With consequences this severe, it is an excellent judgment to schedule an inspection and replacement as needed if you begin noticing any of these telltale indicators:
At South Bay Mazda, our Rear Axle Replacement begins with a highly trained technician, genuine Mazda OEM Parts, and a certified service checklist. The expert technician removes the old rear axle and inspects the differential for leaks and damage. If all is well, the technician will install a new rear axle according to factory specifications. The technician will perform a driving test to confirm the results.