According to the NHTSA report, Ford will recall about 10,000 F series super light pickup trucks.

The reason for the recall here is the poor welding work on the wheel end yoke, so the F-250 and F-350 devices need to be recalled. Due to poor welding, the part cannot be connected to the bottom of the shaft tube, which will affect the steering function.

Due to this problem, the driver will feel pulling to the left or right while driving and notice that the steering wheel is not aligned correctly, which may lead to poor steering sensitivity and increase the risk of collision.

It can be seen from the NHTSA documents that both single-wheel and two-wheel F-250 and F-350 trucks are affected by this issue.

In order to solve this problem, the developer suggested to the affected car owners to bring the affected models to the dealership, where the professionals will check the problem. For the problematic vehicles, the entire axle assembly will be replaced for free.

The recall notices will be issued one after another starting from November 9.