The 2011-’13 Edge and 2010 Fusion are being looked into by the feds following scores of safety-related complaints.
The 2017 Ford Escape is being recalled over power windows which may close with too much force, possibly resulting in injury.
The fuel-injection pump installed in some 2015-’16 Ford Transits has been identified as failure-prone.
Vehicles affected by a new Ford recall could fail to start, or stall while being driven with no ability to restart.
The recall affects some model years of the C-MAX, Focus, Escape, Mustang, Transit Connect, and Lincoln MKC.
This could degrade the performance of the electronic stability control and related brake systems.
The seat back frame may have insufficient welds to meet federal requirements.
Pending the NHTSA’s investigation into the 2011-2015 Ford Explorer, a recall could follow.
The recall is being conducted by Mobility Works, a third party outfitting company.
Ford Motor Company Recalls Ford Flex, Taurus, Taurus X, Mercury Sable And Lincoln MKS Over Airbag Issue
The driver frontal air bag may improperly inflate during second-stage deployment in the event of a high speed crash
Australian consumers have many of the same gripes with Ford’s 6-speed dual-clutch as American owners.
The front driver seat track assembly’s rear riser may have been improperly welded to the seat track rail.
Yup; it’s still a wheel.
Ford Motor Company Recalls Ford F-150, Expedition, Mustang And Lincoln Navigator Over Automatic Transmission Flaw
Affected vehicles are equipped with an automatic transmission that may unexpectedly downshift to first gear, regardless of vehicle speed.