Ford Motor is recalling about 52,600 F-250 pickups sold in the United States and Canada due to the reason that cars could roll after the motorist moves the automatic transmission lever into park position, the company stated.
The recall, the third announced by Ford last week, impacts 2017 model year F-250 automobiles powered by 6.2-liter gas engines and integrated in its Louisville, Kentucky, truck plant, it stated.
Ford likewise said it was not aware of any injuries or mishaps connected with this problem.
The company stated on Wednesday it was recalling 211,000 automobiles in North America to change possibly malfunctioning side door latches.
Another recall concerns 230,000 automobiles that present a fire danger in the engine compartment. Ford stated it had reports of 29 fires related to that problem however no injuries.
The Dearborn, Michigan-based car manufacturer had previously recalled almost 4 million vehicles for door latch concerns in six separate announcements given that 2014, consisting of 2.4 million vehicles recalled last year.