Tuesday, September 30, 2008

NHTSA Warns Ford Truck & SUV Owners Again

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Tuesday issued a second consumer advisory to owners of certain unrepaired Ford, Lincoln and Mercury sport-utility vehicles, pickup trucks, vans and passenger cars who have not responded to previous recalls.

NHTSA said about 12 million vehicles are part of the recall but nearly 5 million still have not been fixed.

The recalls have affected Ford F-Series pickup trucks and led to hundreds of complaints and dozens of lawsuits over engine fires.

NHTSA issued a lengthy list of older vehicles covered by the consumer advisory, including 1993-2004 Ford F150 trucks, 1994-2002 F250 through F550 Super Duty trucks with gasoline engines, and 1998-2001 Ford Explorer and Mercury Mountaineer SUVs, which were among the best-selling vehicles in the nation during those years.

A complete list was available at www.nhtsa.dot.gov.
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