The second-biggest U.S. automaker said the review covers certain models between the years 2017 and 2019 with cover flooring that could encounter a post-crash inside fire.
As indicated by the announcement, in influenced vehicles, a front safety belt pretensioner that sends during an accident could produce inordinate sparkles and perhaps touch off a fire.
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Ford said it knew about one report of a fire-identified with this condition in the United States and didn’t know about any mishaps or wounds identified with this condition.
The influenced vehicles were worked in Ford’s Kentucky truck plant between Oct. 8, 2015, and Oct. 29, 2019, the organization said.
The review impacts 490,574 vehicles in the U.S. furthermore, government regions, 56,112 in Canada, and 852 in Mexico, Ford said.