General Motors (GM) has issued a recall for more than 3.4 million pickups and SUVs to fix potentially defective brakes. GM’s decision follows pressure from federal regulators.
Recall documents suggest the pump in the power-assist brakes can put out less vacuum power than needed, leading to increased stopping distances. The issue was investigated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration beginning in November.
Dealer do have a fix in order, and owners can bring in their vehicles to have their electronic brake control module re-calibrated.
The recall affects the following vehicles:
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