Ford F-250 Super Duty Recalls
The tires may have been damaged on the inside sidewalls during vehicle assembly. This could result in tire failure, and subsequent loss of vehicle control.
When shifting the transmission from park to drive, the transmission may improperly engage the reverse gear for 1.5 seconds prior to engaging drive, even when showing drive on the shift lever position display. This could result in unexpected movement of the vehicle in the improper direction, and result in injury or an accident.
Certain vehicles may have a brake/shift interlock problem that allows the transmission to be shifted out of park without pressing the brake pedal.
There's a computer called the BCM (body control module) that helps to manage all of the other computers and electronics in your vehicle. Ford has found that some of these BCMs can overheat and potentially cause a fire.
On certain trucks, fuel may spill in a front end impact, which could cause a fire in the presence of an ignition source.
Aftermarket body lift blocks from Truxxx may not properly secure the rear axle. This could result in damage to the drive shaft and/or rear axle.
Improper welds on the driver's seat may allow the seat back pivot to crack or break. In a crash, if the seat pivot breaks, the risk of injury to the driver is increased.
On forty-five trucks, the driver air bag module may not have been assembled properly, which means the driver air bag may not deploy in a crash. If the air bag does not deploy, the risk of injury in a crash is increased.