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Recall roundup: 850k Ford vehicles


Ford has issued a major recall for 850,000 of its vehicles because of a problem with their airbags. A new recall has been announced by Ford for approximately 850,000 of its vehicles. The action is covering the 2013 and the 2014 model years as these are affected by a short circuit in the module, which can cause the airbag warning light ...
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