November 17th, 2021 by

Full Circle Service is a “no surprises” approach to maintaining your Mazda.

Every time you visit the service department of a Mazda Full Circle Service dealership like Enchanted Mazda, you will receive something that you may not expect – a complimentary Full Circle Service Inspection and Report Card. This provides the peace-of-mind that your vehicle is performing in tip top shape. All Full Circle dealerships are staffed by Mazda service professionals and use Genuine Mazda Parts and equipment designed specifically for your vehicle.

Plus Enchanted Mazda also Provides a Coupon for a Complimentary Car Wash!



Check Tread depth, wear pattern and tire air pressure.  New tires have from 9/32 to 12/32 tread depth.


New brakes have from 9 to 11mm of brake material. We will monitor the wear to avoid any added expense.


We check your battery’s storage capacity at every visit.


The technician checks the following interior and exterior elements of your Mazda during the Full Circle Inspection:

  • Windshield: Looks for any cracks, pitting, or chips that may require repair.
  • Windshield wipers: Checks the blades and inserts for wear and ensures the wipers and fluid dispenser work properly.
  • Horn: Ensures that the horn functions properly.
  • Lights: Checks interior and exterior lights for operation and any burned-out bulbs in need of replacement.
  • HVAC: Assesses the heating and air conditioning system to make sure it’s working correctly and doesn’t require any maintenance.
  • Parking brake: Tests the parking brake to make sure it’s functioning correctly.


After completing the interior and exterior inspection, the technician checks the following components under the hood of your Mazda vehicle:

  • Check & Fill: Checks and fills the fluid as needed.
    • Windshield wiper fluid level
    • Brake fluid level/condition
    • Automatic transmission fluid level
    • Power steering fluid level/condition
    • Coolant recovery reservoir level/condition
    • Engine oil level/condition
  • Cooling system: Assesses the cooling system for any visible leaks or damage.
  • Drive belts: Ensures the drive belts are functioning appropriately.
  • Oil or Fluid Leaks: Looks for general oil and fluid leaks in the engine area to ensure there are no other undetected issues.
  • Air filter: Tests the air filter for functionality and recommends replacement if it’s clogged or dirty.


Finally, the technician puts your Mazda vehicle up on the rack and assesses the components under the car, truck, or SUV for any service or damage, including:

  • Constant velocity (CV) axle boots: Ensures the CV boot is appropriately protecting the CV joint.
  • Clutch operation: Tests the clutch (if the car has a manual transmission) to make sure it’s working properly.
  • Steering: Checks to make sure the steering responds appropriately.
  • Steering linkages: Makes sure all steering linkages are intact and functioning correctly.
  • Suspension: Checks all other areas of the suspension aside from the shocks and struts to ensure there are no leaks or other damage.
  • Exhaust System: Makes sure there are no loose parts, leaks, or visible damage to the exhaust system.
  • Brake lines: Reviews the brake lines for any damage or wear.
  • Brake hoses: Ensures the brake hoses are operating correctly and bringing the vehicle to a quick stop.
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