Ford Edge Recalled for Possible Fire Hazard

Ford Edge Recalled for Possible Fire Hazard
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Ford has issued a recall on its 2012-2013 Edge due to a possible fire hazard related to the vehicle’s fuel line.

A total of 27,933 units are affected by the recall, which only affects Ford Edge models equipped with the American automaker’s 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine. According to the recall notice, affected vehicles may have a fuel line pulse damper metal housing that wasn’t installed properly. The housing can potentially crack, resulting in a leakage of odor or fuel, potentially causing a fire.

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In order to repair the vehicles, Ford will replace the fuel line free of charge. The recall will start next month.

GALLERY: 2013 Ford Edge

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