Ford Motor Co. Fusion vehicles move down the production line at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Flat Rock, Michigan.
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Ford Motor said Wednesday that it was recalling more than 270,000 Fusion vehicles in North America to repair a transmission glitch that could cause a car to move the gears and roll away.
The return is for 2013-16 Fusion The 2.5 liter engine engines built at Flat Rock, Michigan and Hermosillo, are Mexico's plantations.
The company said the bushing attached to the shifter cable to transport the vehicle could slip, which could result in "unexpected vehicle movement." Ford said it knew three property damage reports because on issue and a "potential" injury related to the problem.
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Ford brought about 3,000 2019 Ranger pickup trucks to the United States and Canada built in the Michigan plant assembly company. The automaker has mentioned another delivery issue for the return of the Ranger, which states that the transmission shift cable bracket on affected vehicles may be incorrectly torqued and will eventually be lost.
This may cause the transfer of the vehicle to another gear rather than the one chosen by the driver, which can lead to pickup truck rolling and "increasing the risk of crash or injury."
The company said it has not received any incident reports of corrupt Ranger vehicles.
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