Folks in Texas, and especially in Lubbock, love their trucks. But sadly, recalls do happen.

Our BFFs over at The Consumerist let us know about a recall of Toyota Tacoma trucks that could leave you stranded.

The recall affects 32,000 2016 and 2017 Toyota Tacoma trucks.

From The Consumerist:

According to Toyota, the engine crankshaft timing rotor may have been produced with an excessive anti-corrosion coating. This could cause the crank position sensor to malfunction.

If this happens, the vehicle could display a Malfunction Indicator light, run roughly, misfire, or in some instances, stall.

Toyota is expected to notify customers in July of the recall and start scheduling service appointments for repairs.