Ford has issued a recall for certain 2019 Mustang, Lincoln Nautilus and Navigator vehicles. At vehicle start-up, the instrument panel cluster assembly (IPC) may not function, showing a blank display.
Some 2017-2018 Ford Escape vehicles equipped with a 1.5L or 2.0L engine may exhibit fuse F34 open, an illuminated MIL and DTCs P0034, P023A, P0245, P0480, P0481, P0645, P06A0, P06DB, P188D, P02602 and/or P2681 in the powertrain control module. The vehicle may also exhibit an AWD fault warning and/or traction control light on.
Some 2020 Lincoln Aviator (and Ford Explorer) vehicles built on or before July 18, 2019, may exhibit a keyless entry keypad that is inoperative. This may be due to an internal electrical connector being not fully seated.
Ford has recalled certain 2018 Expedition and Lincoln Navigator vehicles. The second row window control modules may intermittently stop the movement of the power window.
Ford is recalling certain 2019-2020 F-150 trucks. The fastener securing the power distribution box (PDB) 12V cable and battery monitoring system (BMS) eyelets to the positive battery terminal may loosen and affect the vehicle’s systems such as instrument panel displays and braking or steering assist.
Some 2013-2019 Ford Explorer vehicles equipped with a 3.5L twin independent variable camshaft timing (Ti-VCT) engine may exhibit an illuminated MIL with DTC P013A and/or P013C stored in the PCM.
Ford is recalling certain 2019 Ranger trucks built from June 2018 to August 2019.
Some 2018 Lincoln Navigator and Ford Expedition vehicles built on or before Sept. 5, 2018, may exhibit an overheating condition, low antifreeze/coolant, and/or a coolant leak at the rear of the vehicle.
Some 2014-2019 Ford Fusion and 2017-2019 Escape vehicles equipped with a 1.5L Ecoboost engine may exhibit coolant consumption and a white smoke concern.
Some 2017-2018 Ford Escape vehicles equipped with a 2.9L gasoline turbocharged direct injection (GTDI) engine and built on or before Sept. 18, 2017, may exhibit a MIL on with DTC P04DB (crankcase ventilation system disconnected) in the PCM memory.
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