Wiper motor issue leads Ford to recall 550,000 F-150 trucks

DETROIT -- An issue with the windshield wiper motors has led Ford to recall an estimated 550,000 F-150 trucks in the U.S. and Canada. According to the Associated Press, the issue impacts 2021 and 2022 models of the popular truck because the motors can stop working, reducing visibility and increasing the risk of crash. Dealerships will replace the motor at no cost to the customer and impacted owners will be notified starting on Jan. 3, 2023. It’s expected that 453,650 trucks will be recalled in the U.S. and the rest will be recalled in Canada. READ MORE:340,000 SUVs recalled by General Motors as daytime lights might not shut offHyundai recalls 44,000 SUVs, warns drivers to park outside as computers can cause fireKia recalls older Sportage models for 2nd time, warns drivers to park outsideFord announces 2nd recall this week, latest involves risk of fireHyundai, Kia announce another recall, fires reported due to latest problemSeat belt issue leads GM to recall 484K SUVsKia recalls 260,000 Optima models over possibly loose ceiling platesFord recalls nearly 3 million cars because they can roll away, even while in parkExploding seat belt parts lead to recall of 239,000 Hyundai vehiclesSome Mercedes owners told not to drive their cars, brakes could failHyundai announces recall of 215,000 vehicles as hoses can crack, leak fuelFord Explorer SUVs recalled as they can roll away, even while in parkToyota recalls 460,000 vehicles as software issue can impact stability control systemGM announces recall of 740K SUVs as headlights are too bright for other driversHyundai, Kia recall 485K vehicles over fire risk, owners urged to park outsideTesla recalls 54K vehicles as “Full Self-Driving” feature doesn’t stop at stop signsEstimated 200K Ford models recalled as brake lights can stay onAudi, Subaru announce recalls over possible power loss issues in vehiclesHonda recalls 723K vehicles because hoods can open while drivingVolvo recalling 260K early-to-late-2000s vehicles as airbag inflators can explodeKia-Hyundai recalls more than 550K vehicles as turn signals may flash the wrong wayGM issues 2nd recall of Bolts as battery issues can lead to fireFord recalls 205,000 vans over problem that causes vehicle to go into wrong gearKia recalls 440K vehicles over another possible fire hazard, again warns owners to park cars outsideSubaru recalling 875K cars over engine, suspension problemsToyota announces recall of 280K SUVs due to air bag wiring issueEstimated 750K GM vehicles being investigated over air bags possibly not inflatingGM recalling 10K Chevy, GMC vans over fire risk, suggests parking vehicle outsideFaulty fuel pumps lead to Honda recalling 628K vehicles in the U.S.2021 Ram truck owners encouraged to park vehicle outside due to fire risk, recall announcedNissan recalls 854K vehicles as brake lights may not turn on properlyFord recalls over 100K trucks over windshields that may not stay in place, payload misinformationFord can’t find deadly airbags that may have been installed, recalls more than 154K vehiclesTesla to recall 135K vehicles over concerns of touch screens possibly going darkBrake light issue leads to Nissan recall of 354K Pathfinder SUVsRegulators investigating Ford recall that customers say didn’t fix tailgate problemsHyundai recalls another 471K SUVs over possible electrical short that can lead to fireGM recalling 840K vehicles over possible seat belt, suspension failuresVolkswagen recalling 105K vehicles for Takata air bag issueGM ordered to recall millions of vehicles over Takata air bag issueGM announces recall over oil leak that can cause cars to stop, 217K vehicles involvedOver 375K Ford Explorer models recalled for suspension issuesToyota, VW announce recalls involving faulty fuel pumps, fuel leaks respectively

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