Did you know there is a Ford recall for faulty windshields in its 2020 and 2021 F-150 and Super Duty pickup trucks?
The company announced the recall back in April for 87,350 trucks in North America. The vehicles subject to the recall are certain 2021 F-150 and 2020-21 Super Duty truck models.
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At issue, the windshields may become detached from the truck if it is involved in a collision. Inadequate adhesion between the glass windshield and the body of the vehicle is to blame. If that happens, there would be an increased risk of injury during a crash. The issue fails to comply with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.
Specifically, the pickup trucks subject to the recall were produced in from Oct. 27, 2020 to Feb. 3, 2021 in Dearborn, Michigan. Additionally, the Super Duty models were built between Oct. 13, 2020 and Jan. 23, 2021 in Kentucky.
The problem resulted from the use of a non-conforming batch of the paint supplier’s flow additive within the clearcoat as well as one specific primer.
Basically, the urethane adhesive used to attach the windshield to the vehicle’s body is defective.
To fix the problem, owners may take their pickup truck to the dealership where service will remove and reinstall the windshield using standard service procedures.
Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) is based in Dearborn, Michigan and has not received any reports about injuries as a result of this defect.
California Lemon Law Attorney James Johnson
If you purchased a Ford F-150 or Super Duty truck and you have repeated problems, it may be time to call for help.
California Lemon Law Attorney James Johnson will review your case and let you know if it qualifies as a lemon.
We recommend that you obtain an invoice for all repairs and recall visits from the dealership. These documents will support your potential case. Should the vehicle experience repeated issues or become a safety risk, these documents support the Lemon Law Claim. Contact us for a free case review at 800-558-1087.
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