Ford Explorer Recalled Over Suspension Issue!

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Ford is issuing a new recall to bring back their Ford Explorers after it was reported that there might be some issue with the suspension.

According to the reports, about 1.2 million units of Ford Explorers will be recalled this time. It was explained that the rear suspension toe link fracture which would then affect the steering control leading to higher chances of a crash.

Ford reported that no injuries have been reported so far but there was one report where the toe link broke when the driver hit the curb. Those that are affected will get their left and rear suspension tow links replaced.

The recall will affect about 1.2 million units of Ford Explorer from 2011 to 2017 but only those that were built between May 2010 to January 2017.

Ford also issued another recall for the 2013 Ford F-150 after it was reported that some vehicles were downshifting into first gear for no reason. The third recall will be for the Ford Econoline.