DEARBORN, Mich. — The Ford Motor Company announced at the end of August that it has issued four safety recalls for select vehicles.
The recalls affected vehicles sold in North America. A statement on Ford’s website said the recalls were preventative and the company was not aware of any accidents associated with the faulty parts.
Certain truck and SUV 2018-2020 models have been included in the recall. Concern over seat restraint, power-steering, brake caliper-seal contamination and battery corrosion were listed in Ford’s official announcement as potentially problematic with the affected vehicles.
A full list of the specific vehicles that might be impacted by the safety recalls was available on the Ford website.