Recall Alert: 2006-08 Ford Expedition, Lincoln Navigator

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Ford announced today it is recalling nearly 124,000 2007-08 Ford Explorers and Lincoln Navigators for faulty door handles, and 57,000 2006-07 Navigator and Ford Expedition SUVs, plus Ford E-150, E-250 and E-350 vans, for faulty fuel pumps.

The first recall impacts the most consumers and involves a spring system inside the door handles of the SUVs. The springs could break and prevent the handles from springing back to a closed position. Because of the defect, the latches could open during a side-impact crash.

The other recall deals with a faulty fuel hose in the 5.4-liter V-8 engine that can crack and leak fuel and possibly lead to a fire.

No injuries or accidents have been reported due to either problem, but dealers will replace all parts for both recalls at no cost. Letters will go out to owners over the next two months. Contact Ford at 800-392-3673 for more information.

Ford Recalling 180,000 SUVs and Vans
(CNNMoney)

By David Thomas | February 11, 2008 | Comments (3)

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Nic

Heck yeah. And this is a bad thing? I would want the door to open in a side impact crash! Easier to get out of, this definatly important since it is about to explode from the leaking fuel hose. hah

king

Know more about it at http://newfileengine.com/
Use the search and follow the link!

The vehicle has good seating ability. The vehicle has three row seating arrangements, and this is one of the Lincoln Navigator’s supreme improvements over other SUV’s.

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