Ford will recall about 1.5 thousand SUVs Expedition 2020April 21, 2020
The American company will withdraw its cars due to a malfunction of the seat belt tension sensors.
Ford is about to withdraw 1,355 Expedition 2020 SUVs that may have faulty front passenger seat belt tension sensors. This problem can lead to an incorrect classification of the size and weight of the passenger, and it is possible that he will go unnoticed – in this case, the airbag indicator may not light up.
The company fears that this simple misclassification of passengers could result in personal injury in the event of an accident. At the moment, Ford has no data on any recorded accidents or injuries associated with a faulty belt tension sensor, although this is definitely not the problem that you are ignoring, so the safety review was definitely the right solution.
The recalled vehicles were built at the Ford Kentucky factory from November 27 to December 7, 2019. All cars were sold in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Ford dealers will replace the front passenger seat belt buckle for free.
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