Ford has recalled certain 1994-1995 F150, F250, and F350 trucks due to shorted wires at the front seat lumbar support. Shorted wiring could cause overheating, melting, and a possible fire hazard at the front seat and cushions. Dealers will inspect the seats, protect and insulate existing wiring, and replace any damaged wiring.
Ford has recalled 1991-1994 Explorer and Ranger trucks because the bolts that mount the master cylinder to the brake booster may fracture. If these bolts fracture, brake loss could occur. Dealers will replace the power brake vacuum booster assembly.
Ford has recalled certain 1996 Taurus and Mercury Sable vehicles for a possible defective brake system fluid level indicator lamp switch. If malfunctioning, the vehicle cannot be operated under proper code requirements. This could result in loss of braking if the switch is ignored and fluid is locked. Dealers will replace the brake system fluid level indicator lamp switch.
Ford has recalled 1993-1994 Ranger trucks in Northern areas with extremely cold weather because the throttle plate may ice. If this occurs, the accelerator may stick and not release as necessary, which may increase stopping distances. Dealers will replace the the air intake duct and valve assembly.