Ford E-150 Recalls
For vehicles modified with a Ricon wheelchair lift by Mobility Works, the wheelchair lift platform can crack and as a result separate from the lift and come to rest against the vehicle lift door. Additionally, the link arms of the lifts may have pivot holes that are too large, allowing the bearings to move out of position. Either concern would cause the platform to fall out of the vehicle when the door is opened. This would increase risk of injury.
For vehicles modified for use with wheel chairs by Mobility Works: The wheel chair lift platform mounts could fail, resulting in the lift platform falling out of the vehicle when the doors are opened. This could cause severe injury.
On vehicles modified by Mobility Works for wheel chair lifts, the lift platform can separate from the lift, resulting in possible injury to lift operators.
Commercial cargo vans converted to a propane fuel system may leak propane from a fuel line. Vehicles affected are converted by Adrian Steel Company.
Vans and wagons modified by Roush to be equipped with a fuel system may leak propane from a fuel line.
The roll stop latches that secure the wheelchair on vans modified for handicapped usage may fail, resulting in the wheelchair not being secured.
For vehicles converted by Mobility Works, Incorporated for handicapped use with a wheelchair lift manufactured by Rincon, an optional armored cable may not clear the wheelchair lift and may cause a short circuit and fire risk.
On vehicles equipped with natural gas fuel (CNG), the rear brackets that keep the fuel cylinder in place may fail, resulting in the cylinder dislodging. This could cause a fuel leak.
Replacement fuel tanks installed may leak fuel from an extra unnecessary hold in the top of the tank, provided for unused sensors.
For vehicles modified for use with propane fuel, the fuel injectors may not be securely connected to the fuel rail, resulting in a fuel leak. This would cause a fire hazard.