Approximately 2,840 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are being recalled worldwide.
According to the Japanese automaker, the Mirai is being recalled due to an issue with the output voltage generated by its fuel cell system. Toyota said that under certain driving conditions, there is a possibility the output voltage generated by the fuel cell boost converter could exceed the maximum voltage.
An example is when the gas pedal is depressed to the wide open throttle position after driving on a long descent while using cruise control.
To resolve the issue, Toyota dealers will update the software at no cost and the process will take about half an hour.
This article originally appeared at AutoGuide.com