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Ford recalls over half a million SUVs after 20 fires break out

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A total of 634,000 of the SUVs are being recalled for the problem worldwide. Ford dealers will install a software update that will detect a possibly cracked injector. If an injector crack is detected, a warning light will show in the vehicle's dashboard and engine power will be reduced. This will allow the driver to find a safe place to pull over, stop and call for service.
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Ford recalls over half a million SUVs after 20 fires break out

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2 months ago·New Orleans, United States
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