Ford Issues Safety Recalls on Fusion Models

Recently, Ford Motor Company released two U.S. safety recalls on certain Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ models.


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Approximately 650,000 Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ models (produced between 2013 and 2016) are being recalled to insulate front seat belt anchor pretensioner cables in order to help prevent cable separation in the event of a collision. This issue could potentially lead to inadequate restraint during a crash, and drivers are encouraged to bring their vehicles in for inspection as soon as possible.

Additionally, the automaker has issued a recall for 2017 Fusion models to replace the second-row left-rear seat back frame as well.

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