Ford Recalls More Than 400,000 Vehicles

Just last month, Ford announced a safety recall that would impact around 400,000 vehicles manufactured in a Kansas City plant between 2014 and 2017. The recall was issued for the 2015 to 2017 Ford Transit van or bus vehicles.

So far, no injuries or accidents have been caused by the vehicles; however, the affected vehicles might be operating with a cracked flexible coupling. This issue could create a separation of the driveshaft, which could cause a loss of motive power while driving or unintended vehicle movement in park without the parking brake applied.

Likewise, if the driveshaft separates from the transmission, it could cause secondary damage to surrounding parts, including the break and fuel lines. If these parts are damaged, it could increase the risk of injury or crashes.

Ford also issued a safety compliance recall for four Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicles in the United States. These vehicles needed repairs on their second-row seat attachment studs.

Dealers should be contacting affected vehicle owners about scheduling service appointments to fix the issues in question. If you think you might be affected, contact Ford’s customer support line for more information.

However, if you or a loved one were already harmed by a defective auto product, talk to one of our skilled Denver auto defect attorneys about your case as soon as possible. The Gilbert Law Group® is dedicated to helping the victims of personal injury seek compensation for their medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Let us see how our lawyers can help you find justice.

Contact us at (888) 711-5947 or fill out our online form to schedule a free case consultation today.


We Want to Hear aBOUT yOUR cASE

Schedule a Free Consultation Today 
  • Please enter your first name.
  • Please enter your last name.
  • Please enter your phone number.
    This isn't a valid phone number.
  • Please enter your email address.
    This isn't a valid email address.
  • Please make a selection.
  • Please enter a message.