Ford wants the lug nut lawsuit tossed because "the plaintiffs never allege the swollen lug nuts have ever caused physical injuries to any person or damage to any property."
Ford also says the plaintiffs talk about swollen lug nut … continue reading
The Center for Auto Safety (CAS) says enough with the "special programs" and "complimentary service" campaigns, it's time for an extensive recall program for 1.3 million Explorers with carbon monoixide problems.
The CAS … continue reading
You know what feels like a long time ago? The first Takata inflator recall in May of 2013. That’s back when we were young and optimistic that the issue would be resolved quickly.
Now I can hardly remember what it feels like to have hope at … continue reading
The Austin Texas police department is starting to put Ford Explorer Police Interceptors back into service after pulling all 397 off the streets earlier this year. An additional 42 used by other city departments were pulled as well.
The issu … continue reading
Like it or not, Ford is going to need to recall nearly 3 million vehicles with Takata airbags. Back in July, Ford filed a petition to delay the recalls so they could investigate the matter further.
“NHTSA says the request for ad … continue reading
Ford is recalling 15,000 F-150’s from the 2017 model year. David Woods, reporting for CarComplaints.com:
“The 2017 trucks are equipped with 10-speed automatic transmissions that can remain in gear no matter where the gear shift lever is po … continue reading
Another day, another police officer accusing Ford of negligently poisoning them while on the job.
“Austin police officer Ryan Hancock says his symptoms (nausea, headaches and vision problems ) continued the next day and caused him to seek … continue reading
“The free customer program may sound good to some Explorer owners, but the Center for Auto Safety says the program doesn't go far enough and the automaker should not be allowed to get by with anything less than an official recall.”
Recall … continue reading
Ford will finally address Explorer owner’s concerns about exhaust entering their cabin. Just don’t call it a recall.
From David Woods on CarComplaints.com:
“Ford announced "complimentary service" for 1.4 million model year 2011-2 … continue reading