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Default Why Ford is Recalling 1.3 Million of Its Most Popular Vehicles

Ford is issuing four recalls for some of its biggest sellers. Some Ford Explorer drivers have reported suspension issues. Some F-150 truck drivers have had transmission problems.





These are the types of problems that infuriate auto executives. They are trying to focus on the future but first must straighten out a quality issue from the past. The first recall is a huge one on one of the company’s top sellers. Ford is recalling 1.2 million Ford Explorers. The vehicles are from 2011-2017. Nearly all of the affected Explorers are from the U.S. Another 28,000 were sold in Canada and 1 was sold in Mexico.






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