Ford Motor Co. is recalling some 2021 Ford Expedition and 2021 Lincoln Navigator SUVs due to a fire risk present in roughly 39,000 vehicles that may occur while driving, parked or even while the engine is off.
Owners of these vehicles should park them outside and away from any structures or buildings, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The initial fire report came on March 24th. So far, one person was burned and there are at least 16 reports to Ford about fires under the hood. This includes 14 fires in rental company vehicles. All the vehicles involved were made between Dec. 1, 2020 and April 30, 2021. Meanwhile, Ford acknowledges there is no existing repair for the fires. Also, the fires appear to ignite on the passenger side near the back of the engine compartment.
The company reports its team is working to find a remedy for the problem.
There will be letters sent out on May 23rd by Ford to notify owners of the safety risk. Additionally, the automaker plans to send a second letter to owners after they have found a remedy to fix the SUVs. Owners may contact Ford customer service at 1-866-436-7332. Ford’s number for this recall is 22S36.
California Lemon Law Attorney James Johnson
Did you purchase a 2021 Ford Expedition or Lincoln Navigator SUV with a major safety issue or defect? Are you concerned for your safety due to these issues or are you tired of repeated trips to the dealership? If so, you may need legal help. Also, if a vehicle is stuck in the shop for 30 days or more, you may have a cause for legal action.
California Lemon Law Attorney James Johnson will review your Ford Expedition 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 (888) 923-3969.
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