Ford is recalling 7,580 2019 Ranger SuperCab in the U.S. built between June 18, 2018 and June 19, 2019 at the Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan. Another 400 vehicles are being in the recalled in Canada.
The issue is with the right front seatbelt that, according to Ford, may have been improperly assembled. The belt may not properly restrain a passenger in the event of accident and, as a result, Ford is issuing the recall.
No accidents or injuries related to this defect have been reported, says Ford.
Owners can take their cars to deals who will have technicians inspect the right front seatbelt. They will replace the whole belt where necessary.
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