Ford has recalled over 874,000 F-Series trucks with engine block heaters that can start a fire when plugged into the wall. The automaker believes a low and unshielded mounting position is allowing road salt to corrode the heater cable’s spl … continue reading
Ford announced they’ll soon be recalling more Focus cars to prevent clutch fractures that can lead to fires.
Ford says the cars can experience clutch slips that cause elevated temperatures that damage the clutch plates. This may cause the … continue reading
An investigation is being opened into why electric tailgates are opening on their own in 2017 Ford Super Duty trucks.
The F-250 and F-350 trucks are equipped with electronic tailgates that can be opened with the key fobs, but five owners f … continue reading
Leaky master cylinders are causing a sudden loss of pressure in the F-150’s braking system. Brakes really thrive under pressure, it’s what pushes the pads against the rotors and keeps your brake pedal from falling to the floor. You know, li … continue reading
Ford’s $450,000 supercar is at risk of becoming the world’s most expensive bonfire.
Ford says no crashes or injuries have been reported, but one fire was caused by hydraulic fluid that leaked from the valve block assembly. The leaking flui … continue reading
Anyone out there having trouble slowing their truck down? There’s a lawsuit that says a change to the F-150’s master cylinder design is creating a dangerous braking situation.
All 2013-2018 Ford F-150s use master cylinders supplied by Hita … continue reading
Ford has issued a small but important electrical recall for 87 vehicles with improperly secured power supply cables.
The cables are at the starters and alternators and the unsecured connections could cause electrical arcs. Those arcs could … continue reading
Of all the things that can start a fire in your truck, I’m guessing you were never really worried about the seat belts.
Well, guess what?
Following a lengthy investigation into the seat belt pretensioner system in the 2015-2018 F-150, Ford … continue reading
A Texas man has been awarded $4.8 million dollars for losing his arm after his 1999 Ford Explorer rolled over in a crash. Ford was held liable for using a cheap tempered window glass that didn’t do what tempered glass is designed to do.
Th … continue reading
Ford has reluctantly settled a class-action lawsuit for using defective Takata airbags.
Although agreeing to settle the case without the court deciding right or wrong, Ford continues to deny all liability and wrongdoing concerning the vehi … continue reading