Ford announces massive recall of its carsJuly 25, 2020
Ford has announced three phases of a recall campaign in North America.
The first stage involves the recall of the F-650 and F-750 pickups, which were released between March 18 and June 8 this year. They are recalled due to possible loss of components such as the underbody heat shield or seat bolt cover and stand. Without them, the cab floor and seat anchorages can reach elevated temperatures under certain conditions, and direct skin contact can lead to irritation or minor burns. In total, 1,330 cars will be recalled for the first stage.
At the second stage, 24,584 units are subject to recall. crossovers Lincoln MKX and Nautilus. The recalled vehicles rolled off the assembly line from November 11, 2014 to January 24, 2020. The recall campaign is due to insufficient clearance between the front seat wiring harness and the airbag pan, which can cause abrasion of the wiring harness. In turn, this can cause the airbag system to malfunction.
And finally, the third stage provides for the recall of 80 pieces. Escape and Transit 2020 release. The reason for their recall is that the airbags may not inflate properly during deployment. It should be emphasized that all repair work will be absolutely free for car owners.
In addition, it was recently noted that the new Ford Bronco First Edition has caused a surge in demand. Thus, due to the large number of orders that came in the first week after the premiere, the company is forced to double its production.
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