Ford F-Series Goes Back Once More

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The Ford F-150 and Super Duty trucks will be recalled once more and for the asme engine-block heater that Ford inspected in their recall last year.

According to Ford, the new recall will affect 327,000 units of trucks which are a lot less than what they recalled last year. The models that will be affected by the latest recall includes the 2015 to 2019 Ford F-150 that were built at the Dearborn Turck Plant from the 18th of March 2014 until to the 17th of November 2018 as well as those built at the Kansas City Assembly Plant from the 21st of Auguest 2014 until the 17th of November 2018.

F-Series Super Duty trucks built at the Ohio Assembly Plant from the 5th of February 2016 to the 17th of November 2018 and those built at the Kentucky Turck Plant from the 8th of October 2015 to the 17th of November 2018 will also be affected by the recall.

According to the reports, the engine block heather canle splice connectors may have been damaged in the previous recall which would now lead to overheating and maybe even a fire.

While Ford on fixing it, they are advising their customers to not use thier engine block heater cable for the time being until it is fixed.