Ford E-350 (2021-2022) / Ford E-450 (2021-2022)
Power steering pressure line may detach and leak. A sudden loss of power steering fluid can result in a loss of power steering and power brake assist, increasing the risk of a crash. For more information about this recall, which potentially affects 44,219 Ford vehicles, please click NHTSA Campaign Number: 22V089000.
Ford Explorer (2022) / Lincoln Aviator (2022)
Fuel filler tube may detach. A detached fuel filler tube can result in a fuel leak, increasing the risk of a fire. For more information about this recall, which potentially affects 18,078 Ford vehicles, please click NHTSA Campaign Number: 22V088000.
Ford F-250 SD (2017-2022) / Ford F-350 SD (2017-2022)
Damaged drive shaft may fracture. A fractured driveshaft can cause a loss of drive power, or a loss of vehicle control if the driveshaft contacts the ground. Additionally, unintended movement could occur while parked if the parking brake is not engaged. Any of these scenarios can increase the risk of a crash. Ford Motor Company is recalling certain 2017-2022 F-250 and F-350 Super Duty vehicles equipped with gasoline engines and aluminum driveshafts. Underbody heat and noise insulators may loosen and contact the aluminum driveshaft, which could damage the driveshaft and cause it to fracture. For more information about this recall, which potentially affects 247,445 Ford vehicles, please click NHTSA Campaign Number: 22V087000.
Ford Mustang (2015-2017)
Blank or distorted rearview camera image. A rearview camera that displays a blank or distorted image can reduce the driver’s rear view, increasing the risk of a crash. Ford Motor Company is recalling certain 2015-2017 Mustang vehicles. The rearview camera wiring may be loose or damaged, which can result in a blank or distorted image. For more information about this recall, which potentially affects 330,784 Ford Mustangs, please click NHTSA Campaign Number: 22V082000.
2021 Ford Super Duty F-250 / F-350 SD / F-450 SD / F-550 SD / F-600 SD / F-650 / F750
Secondary fuel filter may leak. A fuel leak in the presence of an ignition source can increase the risk of a fire or injury. Ford is recalling certain 2021 Super Duty F-250, F-350, F-450, F-550, F-600, and Medium Duty F-650 and F-750 vehicles equipped with 6.7L diesel engines, as a small void may be present in the top-center of the vehicle’s underhood secondary fuel filter cap, which may progress to a pinhole over time, allowing fuel to leak from the top of the secondary fuel filter. For more information about this recall, which potentially affects 19,697 Ford vehicles, please click NHTSA Campaign Number: 22V013000.
Ford Fusion (2014-2015) / Ford Mustang (2015) / Lincoln MKZ (2014-2015)
Brake light malfunction and possible rollaway risk. A separated brake pedal bumper can cause the brake lights to illuminate continuously, causing confusion to other drivers and increasing the risk of a crash. On automatic transmission vehicles, a missing brake pedal bumper can allow the driver to shift the vehicle out of the “PARK” position without depressing the brake, allowing the vehicle to roll away, increasing risk of injury. Ford Motor Company is recalling certain 2014-2015 Fusion, Lincoln MKZ, and 2015 Mustang vehicles originally sold or ever registered, in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia and Hawaii. Exposure to certain environmental conditions, such as high temperatures, high humidity, and salt air can cause the brake pedal bumper to corrode and separate from the brake pedal. For additional information about this recall, which potentially affects 199,085 Ford vehicles, please click NHTSA Campaign Number: 22V011000.
How Do You Know If Your Vehicle Has Been Recalled?
Your vehicle MAY be involved in a safety recall which MAY create a safety risk for you or your passengers. If not repaired, a potential safety defect could lead to injury or even death. Safety defects must be repaired by a dealer at no cost to you. To find out if your vehicle is included in the recall, please use the NHTSA’s VIN Look-up Tool.
What Is A Vehicle Recall?
When a manufacturer or the NHTSA determines that a vehicle creates an unreasonable risk to safety or fails to meet minimum safety standards, the manufacturer is required to fix that vehicle at no cost to the owner. The fix, or repair, can be accomplished by repairing, replacing, offering a refund (for equipment) or, in rare cases, repurchasing the car/vehicle.
What Should I Do If My Vehicle Is Included In This Recall?
If your vehicle is included in a specific recall, it is very important that you get it fixed as soon as possible given the potential danger to you and your passengers if it is not addressed. You should receive a separate letter in the mail from the vehicle manufacturer, notifying you of the recall and explaining when the remedy will be available, whom to contact to repair your vehicle, and to remind you that the repair will be done at no charge to you. If you believe your vehicle is included in the recall, but you do not receive a letter in the mail from the vehicle manufacturer, please call NHTSA’s Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236, or contact your vehicle manufacturer or dealership.
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