Ford recalls an additional 360,000 cars due to problems with airbags TakataJanuary 20, 2018
Also under review were 363 copies of Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator 2018 model year due to faulty electric rear window glass.
To the previous recall campaign associated with the faulty and traumatic Takata airbags, the US automotive concern Ford added another 360,000 cars of its own brand.
A new tip on the 364,523 Ford car is coordinated with the US National Agency for Road Safety NHTSA. At the same time, 327,796 specimens were registered in the United States, and another 36,727 units traveled along Canadian roads.
For additional feedback, the Ford Mustang, Fusion, Ranger, Edge, Lincoln MKZ, MKX and Mercury Milan 2009 and 2010 model years, also the Ford Mustang 2013 were added. The automaker assures the owners of these cars that it will replace the defective airbag for the front passenger on the services of official dealers for free.
Also it became known about the recall campaign of 363 units of the newest Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator in the USA and Canada. These cars were produced from the conveyors from November 27 to December 9, 2017. According to the manufacturer from Michigan, off-road vehicles have an “improper electronic component” in the electric rear window glass doors. It may not allow the glass to automatically reverse if there is an obstacle in the opening of the frame. This increases the risk of injury to rear passengers. Ford dealers will also check the faulty component and replace it with a new one if necessary.
Earlier Ford announced a 700-horsepower Mustang.