Ford is recalling 285,840 vehicles in five different campaigns. Continue Reading...
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Ford is calling back about 450,000 Fusion and Mercury Milan sedans over a potential fuel tank issue. Continue Reading...
Ford has issued six new recalls which cumulatively affect about 380,000 vehicles. Continue Reading...
An additional 156,000 vehicles have been added to the Ford door latch recall. Continue Reading...
Ford has announced a new recall that affects roughly 390,000 vehicles. Continue Reading...
Ford is calling back about 220,000 vehicles in North America over three separate issues. Continue Reading...
Ford is calling back about 221,000 vehicles to fix issues with door handles and seat belts. Continue Reading...
Ford is calling back about 65,000 Fusion sedans over a programming issue. 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 informed its dealers that they must immediately stop selling certain C-Max and Focus models due to a glitch in the steering assembly. Continue Reading...
Late Monday, Ford announced six new recall campaigns that will cover roughly 101,000 vehicles. Continue Reading...
Following a recall of 1.1 million SUVs this morning, Ford has also announced a recall of about 282,500 sedan models for two different issues. Continue Reading...
Ford has announced that it is calling back about 1.1 million SUVs in two separate recalls due to issues with the power steering. Continue Reading...
It’s 2013, but stereotypes of American vehicles from the ‘70s still linger in the automotive industry, with buyers wondering if domestic cars can ever be as reliable as imports. Continue Reading...
Toyota’s highly publicized woes, including hearings before congress fueled much of recall ‘mania’ in 2010, while a number of other automakers, including Chrysler, Ford, GM, Honda and Nissan, also issued a number of bulletins, yet, despite a total of 136 separate recall programs, spread across 17.2 million vehicles, 2010 still wasn’t a record year. Continue Reading...