On previous occasions, other manufacturers, including General Motors, have faced the same problem in some of their most popular and high-performance models, such as the Chevy.
The ease of access to the ECU, located on the hood of the car, has made it easier for thieves to disconnect or cut cables to steal this part. Subsequently, these stolen ECUs are resold in used spare parts markets or flea markets.
Suzuki has issued an official statement, acknowledging the existence of isolated cases of computer theft in some of its models. “We know that there are few reported cases of computer theft (ECU) of some of our models, and for these isolated cases, Suzuki has implemented a backup plan for affected owners in which it will replace the computer completely free of charge.”
Customers who have been victims of these thefts can obtain more details and assistance by contacting the dealer of their choice directly, visiting the official Suzuki website ( www.suzuki.com.mx ) or by sending an email to [email protected] .