Ford is recalling roughly 300,000 vehicles in North America for a trio of safety issues.
The automaker unveiled three separate recalls Tuesday for four lines of cars and trucks.
The biggest recall impacts owners of 2015-2017 Ford Transit vehicles. The driveshaft flexible coupling in these vans may crack with increasing mileage, resulting in a loss of motive power or the car moving forward when it’s in park. The flaw could also result in damage to the brake and fuel lines. 293,558 vehicles are being recalled in the U.S. in total, with another 26,000 in Canada and Mexico.
Ford says it is not aware of any accidents or injuries related to the issue.
Separately, the company issued two much smaller recalls on Tuesday.
Over 430 2019 Ford Edge SUVs are being recalled because the driver’s seatbelt might not protect them in a crash. 66 of those are in Canada, with the rest in the U.S.
Also, 18—yes, just 18—2019 Ford Expeditions and 2019 Lincoln Navigators are being recalled because the truck’s rear toe link could become disconnected when driving, potentially causing a crash.
Earlier this year, Ford recalled 953,000 vehicles—with 782,000 in the United States—as part of the Takata airbag inflator recall. In December 2018, it recalled some 874,000 F-150 pickups due to fire concerns.
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