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Ford Expedition recalls

 

For Models: Ford Expedition, Lincoln Navigator

Drive Train, May 7, 1999

Summary: VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH FOUR-WHEEL-DRIVE (4X4), 17" CHROME STEEL WHEELS. THE CLAMP LOAD CAN BE LOST ON THE WHEEL LUGS DUE TO INSUFFICIENT WHEEL CONTACT AREA WITH THE HUB. IN SOME CASES, THE CONTACT AREA CAN DEFORM, RESULTING IN A LOSS OF LUG NUT TORQUE.

For Models: Ford Expedition, Lincoln Navigator

Engine, January 3, 1999

RepairPal Expert Overview:

The fuel line may leak, which is a potential fire hazard. Dealers will inspect the fuel lines for damage and cracks, and replace the affected fuel lines.

For Models: Ford Expedition, Lincoln Navigator

Brakes, December 30, 1998

RepairPal Expert Overview:

Ford has recalled 1999 Expedition and Lincoln Navigator vehicles because the retainer clip that secures the master cylinder push rod to the brake pedal arm may be either missing or partially installed. This could cause increased braking effort, and may result in an accident. Dealers will inspect the master cylinder push rod and verify proper clip installation.

For Models: Ford Expedition, Ford F-150, Ford F-250, Lincoln Navigator

Drive Train, July 20, 1998

RepairPal Expert Overview:

Ford has recalled 1997-1998 Expedition, F150, F250, and Lincoln Navigator vehicles because of lug nuts that do not clamp the wheels securely enough to the wheel hubs. These lug nuts can loosen and cause the wheels to separate from the vehicle. Dealers will inspect the wheel studs and replace the lug nuts with a new design.

For Models: Ford Expedition, Ford F-150, Ford F-250, Lincoln Navigator

Drive Train, October 20, 1997

RepairPal Expert Overview:

Ford has recalled 1997-1998 Expedition, F150, F250, and Lincoln Navigator vehicles due to a possible shift cable malfunction. On some vehicles, the cable may become detached from the steering column bracket. This may prevent the shifter from engaging the "Park" gear, even though it may still indicate "Park," and the vehicle could roll away. Dealers will secure the shift control cable to the steering column bracket and add a tie strap to the connection.

For Models: Ford Expedition

Suspension & Steering, February 26, 1997

Summary: THE REAR AXLE TRACK BAR BRACKET CAN SEPARATE FROM THE FRAME DUE TO MISSING WELDS OR INADEQUATE WELD PENETRATION.

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