Ford Recalls 2014-2015 ExplorerPosted by: Xavier Kwan onMay 16th, 2016
Ford has issued a recall on some of their 2014-2015 Ford Explorer and 2014 Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicles. The problem has been isolated to the rear suspension toe links which might have gone through incorrect welding during production which could cause fractures in the part.
So far one accident has been linked to this recall. When the suspension part fails, it can result in noises coming from the rear suspension, increased resistance during steering, or a worse case is a loss of steering control, which all can increase the risk of an accident.
Currently, the recall affects 81,036 Ford Explorers with a build year of 2014 and also Ford’s Police Interceptor Utility vehicles. Of those vehicles, 4,615 cars reside in Canada. If you own one of these vehicles Ford will notify you soon on the recall. Or alternatively, we would also recommend you contact your local dealers for more information.