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STUTTGART, Germany, June 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Automotive Testing Expo -- National Instruments (Nasdaq: NATI) today released six Drivven C Series engine control modules, which provide engine researchers with rugged, modular engine-specific I/O for interfacing directly with internal combustion engine subsystems and actuators.
The automaker is recalling the vehicles because of a software calibration error in the trucks' Engine Control Module.
Toyota said some engine control modules may have been improperly manufactured and that there is a possibility that a crack may develop at certain solder points or on the electronic component used to protect circuits against excessive voltage on the modules' circuit board.
Toyota, the world's largest car manufacturer, said the recall was issued for Corolla and Corolla Matrix vehicles built between 2005 and 2008 "to address some engine control modules (ECM) that may have been improperly manufactured.
Toyota said Corollas and Matrixes equipped with 1ZZ-FE engines may contain a defective engine control module, the computer that regulates the performance of the engine.
In the case of Nissan, 1,250 cars in the UAE are affected by the recall due to a problem with the engine control module, James Thomas, Nissan Middle East spokesman, confirmed to Gulf News yesterday after the company issued a compulsory recall announcement together with the UAE Ministry of Economy.
The system uses three different all-wheel drive protocols - normal, sport or stability - which are chosen automatically by the car's engine control module.
Petersburg State Institute of Fine Mechanics and Optics on automata-based programming for adaptive cruise control systems and engine control modules, reducing the time it takes to develop source code and control algorithms for a number of electronics, including telematic and communication systems.