I am Dr Paul Chua from Manila Philippines. I was a proud owner of a brand new Isuzu Trooper 2003 model with the 4JX1 engine, regularly maintained by their service center, until the injectors' defects came out and my engine died in less than 4 years. Water, oil and fuel mixed up because of the defective injector. Isuzu Philippines is denying my claim. They are charging me approx. USD 4,000.
To make matters worst, Isuzu Philippines is denying the defective injectors and hiding under the warranty clause thereby running away from its obligations to the buyers. They have made separate standards for the Philippines being a third world country. I understand that there was a recall order in New Zealand and i am sending this email with the hope that you can help the Philippine consumers against this malicious practice by Isuzu.
I am presently filing a case with the Philippine court against Isuzu Philippines for maliciously dumping defective troopers in the philippines. In line with this, may i ask for your assistance in providing us with your recall documents, findings and other relevant papers that can be helpful for the Philippines.
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