Ford Issues Four Safety Recalls In North America – UnderhoodService

Ford Issues Four Safety Recalls In North America

Ford-Logo-300x154Ford Motor Co. is issuing four safety recalls in North America. They include:

• A safety compliance recall for 22,616 2015 Lincoln MKZ vehicles due to the park lamps being brighter than regulations allow. Dealers will update the body control module software at no cost to the customer.

• A safety recall for 91 2015 Ford F-150 vehicles for a potential issue with certain underbody heat shields that may be improperly installed or missing, increasing the risk of fire. Dealers will inspect for the missing components and install parts as needed, at no cost to the customer.

• A safety recall for 50,157 2014 Ford Focus, Edge, Escape and Transit Connect vehicles and 2014-’15 Ford Fiesta vehicles for an issue with the nickel plating on the fuel pump, which could cause it to seize, potentially resulting in stalling while driving. Dealers will replace the fuel delivery module at no cost to the customer.

• A safety recall for 518,313 2013-’15 Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ vehicles and 2015 Ford Edge vehicles for steering gear motor attachment bolts that may fracture due to corrosion cracking. Dealers will replace steering gear motor attachment bolts on customer vehicles with new bolts, seal them and replace damaged steering gears at no cost to the customer.

Ford only knows of one accident, and no injuries that have been attributed to these conditions. For more information on the recalls, click here.

You May Also Like

BendPak Founder Don Henthorn Passes Away

Grew company from small machine shop to global leader in car lifts and garage equipment.

Don Henthorn, owner and founder of BendPak Inc., peacefully passed away at home Thursday, March 28, at the age of 85. Under his leadership, BendPak has grown from a small machine shop to one of the world’s leading manufacturers of car lifts and automotive service equipment.

Management and operations of the privately owned company are unchanged. 

ASE Practice Tests Available Online

You can get a good idea of what to expect by adding the official ASE practice tests to your study plans.

AACF Celebrates 65 Years Serving the Aftermarket

AACF will be announcing more details about this commemorative fundraiser April 1st.

Bendix Releases Technical Materials for ADAS Support

They are designed to help technicians properly set up, inspect, and diagnose several components integrated with ADAS.

Dayco Adds Almost 30 Part Numbers in March

The 29 new part numbers will be available by the end of March for distributors interested in adding to their product coverage.

Other Posts

ASE Designates June as Automotive Service Professionals Month

ASE urges industry members to embrace Automotive Service Professionals Month as a platform for expressing gratitude.

ZF Aftermarket Releases 80 New Parts

The latest additions expand coverage to more than 5 million vehicles in operation.

Vehlo Acquires Shop Management Software, Shop-Ware

Shop-Ware is a cloud-based shop management platform catering to independent automotive aftermarket repair shops.

Auto Care Association Launches REPAIR Act Video

The goal is to emphasize the need for federal REPAIR Act legislation, according to the Auto Care Association.