Ford is recalling a few its top-selling cars in the US to repair a fluid leakage that can lower braking power.
The recall includes around 271,000 F-150 pickups and concerns North America from the 2013 and 2014 model years that have got 3.5-liter V6 engines.
Ford states brake fluid can leak through the master cylinder.
That could minimize the capability of the front brakes to stop the trucks.
The company reports 9 alleged crashes with no injuries, but an individual stated they suffered a knee injury while using the brakes.
Dealerships will change the brake master cylinder totally free.
They’ll likewise change the brake booster if they find leakages from the master cylinder. Ford states it’s dealing with suppliers to get parts to dealerships and will begin alerting clients the week of July 11.
Ford states the problem is not associated with an examination by federal security regulators into power brake help failures in F-150 pickups.
That investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration into electric air pump failures was closed previously this month after Ford extended guarantees and the agency determined that the trucks might still be stopped by motorists.