Ford issues six recalls covering 101,000 vehicles for multiple issues

Ford is announcing six separate recalls for a variety of issues affecting a dozen models and a total of 100,610 vehicles in North America.
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Ford Issues Safety Recall for Certain 2012-2014 Taurus/MKS/Interceptor, Flex/MKT, Edge/MKX Vehicles in North America for Potential Halfshaft Disengagement
Ford is issuing a safety recall for approximately 92,000 (actual 92,022) 2013-2014MY Taurus/MKS/Interceptor sedans and Flex/MKT vehicles, 2012-2014 MY Edge vehicles, and 2014 MY MKX vehicles for a potential issue with the right-hand halfshaft. In some of the affected vehicles, the circlip that retains the right-hand halfshaft to the linkshaft may not have been fully seated during assembly. A halfshaft that is not fully seated may move outward over time. If the halfshaft becomes fully disengaged from the linkshaft, vehicles may experience loss of drive function. Additionally, this condition may result in unexpected vehicle movement if the gearshift is placed in Park without the parking brake being activated. No accidents or injuries have been attributed to this condition.
Dealers will inspect to verify the right-hand halfshaft is fully inserted and retained on the linkshaft. If the halfshaft is not fully inserted, dealers will replace the linkshaft and replace the halfshaft if it is damaged. Affected vehicles include: • Taurus/MKS: 2013-2014MY vehicles with a 3.5L AWD powertrain built at Chicago Assembly Plant August 25, 2011 – November 30, 2013. • Police Interceptor Sedan: 2013-2014MY vehicles with 3.5L GTDI AWD, 3.5L & 3.7L TiVCT FWD & AWD powertrains built at Chicago Assembly Plant August 25, 2011 – November 30, 2013 • Flex/MKT: 2013-2014MY with the 3.5L GTDI AWD powertrain built at Oakville Assembly Plant September 12, 2011 – November 29, 2013. • Edge: 2012 – 2014MY with the 2.0L GTDI FWD powertrain built at Oakville Assembly Plant September 2, 2010- November 29, 2013 • Edge/MKX: 2014MY with the 3.5L & 3.7L TiVCT AWD powertrain built at Oakville Assembly Plant September 2, 2010 – November 29, 2013 As of June 23, 2014, approximately 83,000 are in the U.S. and federalized territories (actual 83,250). Approximately 8,200 are in Canada (actual 8,173) and approximately 600 are in Mexico (actual 599).
Ford Issues Safety Recall for Certain 2014 Ford Escape Vehicles for Potential Issue with Panorama Roof Glass
Ford is issuing a safety recall for approximately 2,100 (actual 2,124) 2014MY Ford Escape vehicles in North America for a potential issue with panorama roof glass that may have an improperly cured urethane bond between the glass and the attaching bracket. A panorama roof glass assembly with an improperly cured urethane bond may result in noise, water leak, or separation of the glass panel from the vehicle, potentially increasing the risk of an accident or injury. No accidents or injuries have been attributed to this condition. Dealers will replace the front roof glass panel if the date and sequence number located on the glass label fall within the suspect build range. Affected vehicles include certain 2014 Ford Escape vehicles built October 15, 2013 – October 22, 2013 at the Louisville Assembly Plant. As of June 23, 2014, approximately 1,870 are in the U.S. and federalized territories (actual 1,867). Approximately 140 (actual 143) are in Canada and approximately 115 (actual 114) are in Mexico.
Ford Issues Safety Recall for Certain 2014 Ford Fiesta Vehicles in North America for Potential Fuel Tank Issue
Ford is issuing a safety recall for approximately 200 (actual 197) 2014MY Ford Fiesta vehicles in North America for a potential issue with the fuel tank. Fuel tanks built during a specific time period at the supplier may be missing an adhesive layer. Without this adhesive layer, a fuel tank may leak fuel from a seam. A fuel leak in the presence of an ignition source may result in a fire. No accidents, injuries or fires have been attributed to this condition.
Dealers will replace the fuel tank at no cost to the customer. Affected vehicles include certain 2014 Ford Fiesta vehicles built October 25, 2013 – February 27, 2014 at the Cuautitlan Assembly Plant. As of June 23, 2014, 175 are in the U.S. and federalized territories. 12 are in Canada and 10 are in Mexico.
Ford Issues Safety Recall for Certain 2011-2014 F59 Commercial Stripped Chassis Vehicles for Potential Junction Block Issue
Ford is issuing a safety recall for approximately 5,250 (actual 5,264) 2011-2014MY Ford F59 Commercial Stripped Chassis vehicles in North America for a potential issue with the junction block. Some of the affected vehicles may contain an electrical junction block that, if operated in a corrosive environment associated with road salt, can form a conductive path between the junction block and the mounting bracket that may lead to a short circuit. As a result, the driver may experience smoke coming from the right front wheel well, a loss of electrical power, or potentially a fire, with or without the engine running. No accidents or injuries have been attributed to this condition.
Dealers will replace the junction block with an improved design at no cost to the customer. Affected vehicles include certain 2011-2014 F59 Commercial stripped chassis vehicles built at the Detroit Chassis plant December 17, 2009 – April 30, 2014. As of June 23, 2014, approximately 4,850 are in the U.S. and federalized territories (actual 4,867). Approximately 400 are in Canada (actual 397).
Ford Issues Safety Recall for Certain 2014 F53 and F59 Stripped Chassis Vehicles for Potential Brake Caliper Issue
Ford is issuing a safety recall for approximately 600 (actual 635) 2014MY Ford F53 Motorhome Stripped Chassis and F59 Commercial Stripped Chassis vehicles in North America for a potential issue with the brake calipers. Some of the affected vehicles may contain brake calipers that may have been incorrectly machined and could result in a leak between the piston and piston bore. The leak may result in the loss of braking performance in one of the two brake system hydraulic circuits. If this leak occurs, the operator would experience longer brake pedal travel and increased stopping distances, potentially increasing the risk of a crash. No accidents or injuries have been attributed to this condition.
Dealers will inspect the brake calipers and replace those with affected cast lot and build date codes at no cost to the customer. Affected vehicles include certain 2014 F53 Motorhome and F59 Commercial stripped chassis vehicles built at the Detroit Chassis plant February 14, 2014 – March 7, 2014. As of June 23, 2014, all of the affected vehicles are in the U.S. and federalized territories.
Ford Issues Safety Non-Compliance Recall for Certain 2014 Transit Connect Vehicles in Puerto Rico for Brake Fluid Reservoir Cap Issue
Ford is issuing a recall for approximately 370 (actual 368) 2014MY Ford Transit Connect vehicles to address a non-compliance issue with the brake fluid reservoir cap in Puerto Rico. The brake reservoir cap on the affected vehicles does not conform to the FMVSS 135 brake system labeling requirement. Certain 2014MY Ford Transit Connect vehicles were shipped to Puerto Rico with a European brake reservoir pictogram cap label, which does not contain the text mandated by FMVSS 135. No accidents or injuries have been attributed to this condition.
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