Ford Recall Includes Numerous Models Due To Missing or Loose Bolts
It has been reported that Ford Motor Company recalls 97 model year 2019-2020 Edge, Transit Connect & Lincoln MKX, and model year 2020 Escape and Lincoln Corsair vehicles.
The company issued the recall because the vehicles’ start/stop accumulator endcap might have missing or loose bolts. If this occurs, it could lead to a transmission fluid leak which can then turn to a loss of transmission function.
Meanwhile, if a transmission fluid leak appears on an ignition source, there is a higher risk of fire.
Are you an owner of a vehicle mentioned above? Did you suffer any possible leaks in transmission? Let us know!
What You Need To Do
Ford pledged to inform the owners about the vehicles being recalled. Meanwhile, dealers will handle the replacement of the start/stop accumulator free of charge.
Furthermore, the recall was set to start on September 21, 2020.
For consumers who may have other concerns about this issue, you may call Ford customer service at (866) 436-7332. The recall number for Ford is 20S49.
Editor’s note on The Ford Recall:
This piece is to inform you about the recent Ford Recall
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