Ford has announced a recovery that will affect more than 8,000,000 vehicles, most of which are from previous-generation Ford Explorers. About 774,696 Explorer models manufactured from 2013 to 2017 have been recalled. Ford has also recalled the F-350 Super Duty and Lincoln Aviator.
According to the American automaker, a ball joint of the intercepted axle may be the cause of the fracture of the link in the Explorer’s rear suspension. Intercepted ball joints can cause noise or cause an unsuitable rear wheel. A fracture in the posterior observation joint may be the reason for the reduction in control that could result in a crash. According to a report, Ford said it is aware of six incidents that allegedly occurred as a result of the problem. Ford has announced that it will begin informing owners next August 23rd.
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The 2020 and 2021 Ford F-150 Super Duty Pickups are also being recalled with a weld on the rear axle folder and spring seats. The rear unit can be disconnected from damaged vehicles. About 35,000 pickups with a 6.7-liter engine with a single rear-wheel drive will be remembered. The automaker said it is currently unaware of any accidents or injections as a result of this problem. Ford will notify owners by Aug. 16.
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The 2020-2021 Lincoln Aviator is also recovering about 41,000 models due to poorly secured wire harness harness. These crossovers come with 3.0-liter gas engines. According to Ford, the harness can come into contact with the A / C compressor pulley and rub the harness over time. This can cause a short circuit or fire. The automotive industry will begin notifying owners by July 30th. Ford and Lincoln dealers will take the necessary steps to resolve the issue.