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Default Ford Targets Recall To Prevent Steering Gear Corrosion

One of Ford's latest recalls is targeted at 21 states where corrosion from salt during the winter is a major problem. The automaker has recalled 100,000 cars for this callback. Canadian vehicles were also included.

Believe it or not, targeted auto safety recalls arenít all that rare. For example, the Takata exploding airbag inflator callback targeted at specific areas of the nation that were warm and humid. The reason: the companyís airbag inflators made in its Mexican factories tended to be overly sensitive to warm, moist air. The inflatorsí poor seals also allowed debris accumulate in each device. This is the heart of the Takata safety callback.

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