2018-19 Isuzu D-MAX Crew Cab Recall - Rear leaf spring
Updated 15 Apr 2021
17th March 2020
Product Safety Australia has issued a recall notice to 2018 - 2019 Isuzu D-MAX Crew Cab models. The recall affects over 2,300 vehicles in Australia, and is related to the rear leaf spring.
What is the defect?
There's a risk that rear leaf spring may fracture because there is an insufficient diameter to the front eye.
If this happens, there's a possibility that the driver won't have complete control of the vehicle, which increases the risk of an accident. This defect has the potential to cause injury to occupants of the vehicle and to other road users, should an accident occur.
What should you do?
To find out if your vehicle is affected, visit this Product Safety Australia page, which contains a VIN list of all affected vehicles.
Whilst Isuzu UTE Australia will contact all known owners of vehicles that are affected, consumers should still contact their nearest Isuzu UTE dealer to arrange for an inspection and replacement of the rear leaf spring and any other affected components.
To find your nearest dealer, you can check out Isuzu's Find A Dealer page.
The utes that have been impacted were available for sale between the 27th January 2018 and 28th February 2020, with 2,323 vehicles affected.
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