Ford recalls 850,000 new-model cars for faults

Ford recalls 850,000 new-model cars for faults

Ford recalls 850,000 new-model cars for faults

Ford Motor Company decided to recall a large number of its modern cars due to manufacturing errors related to its electrical circuit, which could cause a short circuit.

The company said today, Friday, from its headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan, that the number of cars that the company announced its recall amounts to 850,000 “C-Max”, “Fusion”, “Escape” and “Lincoln MKZ” of the 2013 and 2013 production years. 2014.

The company stated that defects in the driving system units could cause an electric circuit in the car, which may lead to the failure of the accident-protective air bag system and the seat belt in the event of a collision. The company indicated that it did not know anything about the occurrence of accidents or injury to anyone as a result of these defects.

The police also recalled more than a million cars last May, suspecting the existence of problems with the steering wheel.

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