Ford Flex Recalls
Oil supply lines to the turbocharger in the engine compartment may leak engine oil. This could allow oil to leak onto hot engine components, creating a fire hazard.
The engine may stall while running and driving, or the engine may not start due to a part within the fuel pump electric module overheating. This could cause an accident.
The driver's frontal air bag may not deploy full in a crash, resulting in increased risk of occupant injury.
The fuel delivery module may crack, causing fuel to leak. This can result in a fire hazard and fuel odor.
The parking brake may not fully engage as intended when it is applied. This could result in the vehicle rolling away.
The electric power steering assist may shut down, causing difficulty steering and controlling the vehicle.
The passenger frontal air bag may not deploy as needed in an accident due to a fault of the occupant classification system that detects the presence of a passenger in the front passenger seat. If a passenger is not detected and the air bag does not deploy, there would be an increased risk of serious injury.
Engine power to the drive wheels may be unexpectedly lost, increasing the risk of a vehicle crash. Additionally, this failure may cause the vehicle to roll away if the parking brake is not applied despite the transmission being placed in 'Park'.
A fuel leak may develop from the fuel tank area.