Ford has issued a recall for 433,000 vehicles, affecting three different nameplates. Continue Reading...
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Ford has announced four new recalls which cumulatively affect about 591,000 vehicles. Continue Reading...
Ford is calling back about 221,000 vehicles to fix issues with door handles and seat belts. Continue Reading...
Ford has agreed to expand its Takata airbag recall at the request of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Continue Reading...
Ford has issued a new recall today covering roughly 205,000 CUVs over issues with possible corrosion under certain reinforcement brackets. Continue Reading...
Ford has issued a bunch of new recalls today for a variety of issues. Continue Reading...
Ford has recalled 195,527 Explorers for a possible power steering glitch. Continue Reading...
General Motors isn’t the only company going on a recall spree. Continue Reading...
Ford has issued two separate recalls for 692,000 Escape crossovers and C-Max hybrids over concerns with the air bags and door handles. Continue Reading...
This week starts off with another new recall from one of the big three American automakers. Continue Reading...
Ford is recalling approximately 23,831 Focus Electric and C-Max models so that they make an audible door chime when the driver’s door is opened while the push-button start is engaged. Continue Reading...
Ford Motor Company has agreed to pay a $17.4M fine to the U.S. Government for waiting too long before reporting a defect. Continue Reading...
Ford Motor Co. is recalling about 465,000 vehicles to inspect the fuel tanks for leaks. Continue Reading...
Ford announced today that it solved the problem posing a fire risk in the 2013 Escape and 2013 Fusion which caused the company to recall both equipped with the 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine. Continue Reading...
Ford is blaming one of its suppliers for flawed fuel lines that meant 11,500 of its 2013 Escape crossovers needed to be recalled. Continue Reading...
Days after the announcement of a recall for incorrect carpet padding that could stick the brake pedal in place, Ford is issuing a voluntary recall for approximately 11,500 2013 Escapes to fix a leaking fuel line. Continue Reading...
About 783 Ford F-650 and F-750 vehicles are being recalled by the company, citing a lack of primer that provides an insufficient bond between the windshield and the vehicle. Continue Reading...
It seems this is the first major recall of the year, and it comes from the Ford Motor Company. Ford is recalling 450,426 vehicles consisting of three different models for two separate reasons which they announced all together this morning. 205,896 model year 2004-2005 Ford Freestars and Mercury Montereys are being brought in by Ford because of a… Continue Reading...
A recall has been issued out for owners of 1997-2004 Ford F-150s, 1997-1999 F-250s and 2002-2003 Lincoln Blackwoods to address a fuel tank strap that has become susceptible to corroding due to de-icing chemicals used on roads in cold weather. Owners of affected vehicles will receive a recall notice in mid-September and replacement straps will… Continue Reading...
Ford announced a recall of their trucks and crossovers – including 23,688 Ranger pickup trucks – because of a fuel line near the throttle body shield that could leak fuel and cause a fire, and an electrical system that might short out and, well, cause a fire. Ford is recalling 8,022 Edge and Lincokn MKX… Continue Reading...
Ford‘s Fusion sedan and Mercury Milan are currently under investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for accessory floor mats that can become stuck. The investigation involves 249,301 Fusion and Milan models from the 2010 model year where an accessory floor mat may entrap the accelerator pedal – in essence causing a sticking… Continue Reading...