Ford Motor Co. Fusion Vehicle Down Down Flat Rock Assembly Factory in Flat Rock, Michigan
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Ford Motor said on Wednesday that more than 270,000 nuclear fusion vehicles are recalled in North America to detect transmission interruptions that may cause the car to shift gears and drive.
Cars with 2.5 liter engines built at the Flat Rock, Michigan and Hermosillo (Mexico) assembly plants.
The company said the bushing connecting the cable cable to the vehicle transfer could get rid of it, which could lead to "unintentional movement of the vehicle." "Ford said he knew about three asset problem reports and one" potentially "problem related to the problem.
About 260,000 cars were canceled in the United States and more than 1
Ford also reminded about 3,000 2019 Ranger trucks in the US and Canada that were built at the Michigan assembly plant.
This may cause the vehicle to be moved to a different gear than the vehicle chosen by the driver, which may cause the truck to drive and "increase the risk of an accident or injury."
The company said it had not received any incident reports
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