ALERT: Massive RECALL Leaves MILLIONS Of Americans In Danger- Here’s What You Need To Know To Keep Your Family SAFE

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MASSIVE RECALL: Failures Imminent

Ford is recalling over 50,000 trucks because they have a tendency to roll away even after they are put in park due to a manufacturing error.

Ford is advising drivers of these vehicles to use their parking brake to make sure the trucks remains stationary.

Dealers will replace the defective parts of free, but Ford plants haven’t produced any parts necessary to fix the error so drivers are going to have to sit tight for some time.  Ford promises to notify owners when the parts are available.  To check if your vehicle is on their list, please use this helpful tool immediately.

The recalled trucks, all Ford F-250s, have 6.2 liter engines and were assembled in a Kentucky plant between October 2015 through last Thursday.  These trucks were then distributed and sold throughout North America.

At the time of this report, there are no known injuries or deaths related to the machine failure.

Ford has also asked for recalls on a number of other vehicles—roughly half a million—which Reuters detailed in their report today:

The company said on Wednesday it was recalling 211,000 vehicles in North America to replace potentially faulty side door latches.

Another recall involves 230,000 vehicles that present a fire risk in the engine compartment. Ford said it had reports of 29 fires related to that issue but no injuries.

It’s estimated that Ford has recalled close to 5 million vehicles since 2014, so it looks like one of the most trusted automobile manufacturers has a swamp of their own to drain! Drive safe!

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