Ford is also recalling 49,000 vehicles because the seat backs might have faulty welds where the recliner mechanism attaches to the seat frame. The concern here is the seats won't hold in a crash.
The recall affects the 2013-14 Ford Escape, … continue reading
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has closed their investigation into engine problems in the 2011-13 F-150 after Ford sent a technical service bulletin to dealers on how to fix the problem.
NHTSA had received 95 com … continue reading
435,000 Escape SUVs have a subframe that can rust and cause the lower control arm to break off. If your control arm is dragging on the ground, steering suddenly gets a lot more difficult -- go figure.
The problem affects 2001-2004 Escape SU … continue reading
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has closed their investigation into electronic throttle body (ETB) problems in Ford vehicles after Ford agreed to fix 1.6 million of their cars and SUVs.
Just don't call it a recall … continue reading
First, Ford said to stop driving your Escape until it could get repaired. Now they're saying that "repair" probably didn't work.
_ Ford is recalling 9,500 Escapes because a previous recall might not have fixed the problem. The a … continue reading
Ford has been sued over acceleration issues with their V6 EcoBoost engine.
"Ford says it's related to the angle of the drive shaft. Or in Ford's words 'driveline windup'," complained the upset Ford owner. “Since they haven't been … continue reading
It's never a good sign when an automaker tells you to stop driving your vehicle immediately.
_ Ford said the engine compartment fuel line could split and leak fuel, which could cause the SUV to go up in smoke. The affected vehicles are equ … continue reading