Pickup 2WD L4-2.3L (4ZD1) (1988)
If you believe that the defect has not been or cannot be remedied without charge within a reasonable time, you may contact the appropriate Isuzu
Regional Office listed in the back of the Owners Manual; the National Consumer Affairs Office, American Isuzu Motors Inc., P.O. Box 2280, City of
Industry, CA 91746; the Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 400 7th St. S. W., Washington, DC 20590; or call the
Auto Safety Hotline (800) 424-9393 (Washington, DC area residents may call 366-0123).
We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your cooperation in having this correction to your Isuzu vehicle completed as soon as possible.
If you have sold your vehicle, please enter the new owner's name and address, if known, on the enclosed "Change of Information" postcard and drop it in
the mail. Postage has already been paid.
THE USE OF SEAT BELTS BY ALL VEHICLE PASSENGERS IS RECOMMENDED AT ALL TIMES. NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL
STATISTICS CLEARLY INDICATE THAT THE USE OF SEAT BELTS REDUCES THE POSSIBILITY OF SERIOUS AND FATAL INJURIES IN
ACCIDENTS OR SUDDEN STOPS.