Ford recalls over a million trucks

Ford recalls over a million trucks

Ford recalls over a million trucks

2017 Super Duty, built at Kentucky Truck Plant, Oct. 8, 2015 to September 1, 2016.

The Problem: Frozen door latches, as well as bent or kinked actuation cables, may cause the door not to open or close properly.

A Ford spokeswoman, Elizabeth Weigandt, said customers would be notified next month but did not have a timetable for when parts will be available.

The Fix: Dealers will install water shields over the door latches to prevent water from seeping inside for free.

Ford estimates it will cost $267 million to make the repairs.

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The reference number for this recall is 17S33. Under these conditions, owners may still be able to close the door, but the latch may not fully engage. The F-Series line of trucks are the best-selling vehicles in America and are also Ford's biggest cash cows.

Despite the hit, Ford said that it still expected to earn between $1.65 and $1.85 per share for the full year.

More than one million Ford F-series pickup trucks are being recalled in the United States for a door latch problem.

Ford has previously disclosed plans to spend $935 million on other recalls announced since August 2016. The recall is associated with faulty door latches that could cause water to infiltrate the door, eventually leading to the failure of the latch. Ford said it is not aware of any accidents or injuries related to the issue.

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