Ford recalls more than 600,000 vehicles due to bad rearview cams
Recently, Ford, the developer, urgently announced the recall of 620246 vehicles. The reason for the recall is a problem with the rear view camera.
The recall covers 2020 model year vehicles, and vehicles built between October and November 2019 and between May 2020 and June 2020 are likely to be recalled. The models involved are escape, expedition and explorer, SUV, F-150, Ranger and super duty. Pickup trucks, edge, Mustang and transit, and Lincoln’s corsair, MKX and Nautilus.
The problem with this recall is due to defective rear view cameras, which cause distorted images or black screens. However, the developer clarified that there was no report indicating that the problem would cause accidents.
According to the NHTSA report, the problem is due to poor electrical connections.
In order to solve this problem, the developer suggested that the affected vehicle owners could take the affected vehicles to the local dealers, and the damaged facilities could be replaced by professionals, and the service was free of charge.
The recall notice will be sent to dealers and customers from November 7.
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