Ford Explorer 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 driver's side seat back frame on a manually reclining seat may not be welded sufficiently, and may not protect an occupant in a crash.
A rear suspension component called a toe link may fracture and result in the vehicle suspension becoming unstable. This could result in loss of vehicle control and lead to an accident.
The engine block heaters equipped on affected vehicles may overheat, resulting in a possible fire risk.
The fuel delivery module may crack, causing fuel to leak. This can result in a fire hazard and fuel odor.
The bolts that secure the fuel tank to the vehicle may not be tightened properly. This could result in the fuel tank separating from the vehicle. A fuel leak could result, which is a fire hazard.
The parking brake may not fully engage as intended when it is applied. This could result in the vehicle rolling away.
The inside door handles may not return to the fully stowed position. This can cause the corresponding door to become unlatched.
A malfunction of the electric power steering system can occur, causing loss of steering assist. This could make it difficult to steer and control the vehicle.
Ford replacement steering gears may lock and fail to allow steering of the vehicle.