New recall fixes old recall on 2019 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra

Basic Motors (GM) has issued a new recall for select 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 pickup vans that aims to take care of a defective take care of for a past recall. In accordance to Nationwide Freeway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) marketing campaign No. 20V055000, a computer software update for the Digital Brake Control Module (EBCM) could cause the electronic brake support to be disabled. 

The NHTSA initial launched a recall for 463,995 Silverados, Sierras, and Cadillac CT6es on December twelve, 2019 owing to a computer software challenge in the electronic brake handle module (EBCM) that could disable the electronic steadiness handle (ESC) and anti-lock braking procedure (Abdominal muscles). As a response and resolution to that recall, GM began to reprogram the computer software in influenced vehicles.

GM later on figured out that the take care of was generating a distinctive challenge. The set up computer software had its personal error that was disabling the electronic brake support. If buyers see “Service Brake Assist” or “Service ECS” diagnostic warnings, they really should park the vehicle and have it towed to a dealership, GM warns. When GM was likely via the process of testing, pinpointing the challenge, determining action and operating with the NHTSA, protection authorities have criticized Chevrolet and GMC for not reacting instantly and appropriately. 

In accordance to the recall, 148,055 are now influenced, all of which do not satisfy the standards of Federal Motor Car Safety Conventional (FMVSS) selection 126, “Digital Steadiness Control” and 135, “Light-weight Car Brake Programs.”

To take care of the braking challenge, GM will the moment all over again reprogram the computer software. GM began notifying owners of the recall on February ten, 2020.

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