Ford Recalls 1.5 Million Vehicles


Ford Fusion | Image by Darren Brode

Ford Motor Company announced two recalls Friday, involving 1.5 million vehicles.

The Detroit automaker said the decision includes 1.3 million Fusion and Lincoln MKZ sedans sold between 2013 and 2018.

The recall will fix leaky brake hoses and windshield wiper arms that might break, Ford said.

The company will start notifying those impacted on April 17.

In the second recall, the company is asking owners of 222,000 F-150 pickups to bring them in for service on windshield wipers that can break. They will be replaced free of charge, if needed.

Owners will be notified starting March 27.

The recall comes on the heels of a recall of more than 448,000 sedans, SUVs and minivans by Honda and Acura to fix seat belts earlier this week.

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