Local news agencies, rb.gy/clfi2m as well as Car and Driver, rb.gy/xdcfye as well as report a huge Ford recall which involves 350,000 Explorers manufactured from 2013-2017 sold both in Canada and in 22 States in the US. New Jersey is included in the recalled models which have rear suspension toe link problems, causing them to corrode and fracture causing at least 13 accidents and 6 injuries. Back in June of 2019, Ford issued a recall for 1.2 million Ford Explorers built between 2011 and 2017 for the same issue, and earlier this year issued a recall for the 2013–2018 Flex, Taurus SHO, Taurus police car, and Lincoln MKT due to the same rear suspension toe link. You can look up on the Ford website, https://owner.ford.com/tools/account/maintenance/recalls.html, where you can enter your VIN to see if you have one of these recalled vehicles.
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