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Ford Recalls 1.8 Million Explorer SUVs for Windshield Issue

Ford recalled more than 1.8 million Explorer SUVs due to a potential safety hazard with a part connected to the windshield, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Federal safety regulators published Recall Report 24V-031 on January 23 … Continue reading

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NHTSA Opens Evaluation into Ford Explorers and Allegations of Detaching Windshield Trim Panels

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Office of Defects Investigation (ODI) is evaluating 2011-2019 Ford Explorers with respect to allegations that windshield trim panels may detach when driving at “highway speeds.” According to documentation filed by ODI, a preliminary … Continue reading

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Judge Throws Out Class Action Complaint Against Ford for Tailgate Windows

A judge for the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, has dismissed the class action complaint filed against Ford, saying the automaker had no duty to disclose that there is a potential risk of cracking in the tailgate. More than 30 Ford owners claimed in their complaint that the potential cracking in the tailgate presents a safety issue that “could cause the window in the tailgate to drop out and hit/injure the operator or bystanders,” reads the court documents. Continue reading

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