General Motors is faced with deploying another recall for defective brakes after the initial recall leads to more problems.
General Motors (GM) announced that almost 2,000 Chevrolet and GMC pickup trucks from 2019 were suffering from brake failure issues after a previous recall fix. The problem incidentally occurred and was confirmed by Detroit Free Press after GM dealers performed maintenance on a prior recall issue.
The original recall sought to fix 160,000 GM vehicles that could face electronic brake failure problems. The major problem lies in the fact that the initial software update in the first recall case, lead to electronic brake control module disruptions.
People, such as Shawn O’ Leary from Illinois, complained of having braking dilemmas while on the road which could have possibly caused many accidents. GM spokesman now claims that a newly revised software update will fix the cars for good.
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