Ford Explorer Recall Announced After Complaints of Faulty Rear Center Seat Belt Buckles
A Ford Explorer Recall has been announced. The Ford Motor Company issued a recall on 29 model year 2020 Explorers.
According to reports, the cars have second-row center seat belt buckles that might be improperly secured. If a car was equipped with seat belt buckles that are improperly secured, it may fail its function to restrain the occupant in the event of a crash. As a result, the occupant could suffer an injury.
Are you an owner of model year 2020 Explorers? Have you noticed the faulty seat belt buckles? Tell us about it!
What You Need To Do
Ford Motor Company pledged that they will inform the owners about the product recall. Meanwhile, dealers will do the replacement on the second-row center seat assembly free of charge.
The recall has been set to start on November 2, 2020.
Meanwhile, for consumers who have other concerns about the recall, they can call Ford customer service at (866) 436-7332. 20S50 is Ford’s number for this recall.
Editor’s note on the Ford Explorer Recall:
This piece is written to inform consumers about the Ford Motor Company 2020 Explorers Recall.
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