After its competition had some problems with its models and made owners take a trip to the dealership, Isuzu’s turn just came up to report some problems with the ECM (Engine Control Module) due to a software calibration error in the N-Series trucks.
According to the automaker, 614 gasoline-powered vehicles made between 27 April 2011 and 26 July 2011 will be affected by the recall and the problem is not solved it could result in a crash.
“Isuzu is recalling certain model year 2012 N-Series trucks equipped with gasoline engines, manufactured from April 27, 2011, through July 26, 2011, due to a calibration error in the ECM software, in the event of a failure or malfunction of the brake pedal switch, application of the brake pedal will not cause the cruise control to be canceled”, said Isuzu in a robotic statement.
Owners of the Isuzu N-Series 2012 model year will have to take a trip back to the dealerships late August or early September and the ECM software will be reprogrammed free of charge. For questions about the recall you can contact Isuzu at 1-866-455-7595.