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Ford recalls 1.38 million vehicles for loose steering wheel bolts

Ford Motor Co said Wednesday it is recalling 1.38 million vehicles in North America for potentially loose steering wheel bolts that could detach, in an issue linked to two accidents and one injury. The second largest U.S. automaker said the recall covers 2014 through 2018 model year Ford Fusion cars and 2014-2018 Lincoln MKZ vehicles built at plants in Michigan and Mexico. Dealers will replace the steering wheel bolt with a longer bolt. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened a preliminary investigation in October into 841,000 Ford vehicles over concerns the steering wheels may get detached while the cars are in motion. The auto safety agency said it was investigating 2014-2016 model Ford Fusion cars after three reports of steering wheel bolts becoming loose, including one completely detaching as a driver attempted to turn into a gas station.

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Ford recalls 1 38 million vehicles for loose steering wheel bolts  

Ford recalls 1.38 million vehicles for loose steering wheel bolts on Business Standard. Ford said on Wednesday it was also recalling nearly...

Ford recalls 1 38 million vehicles for loose steering wheel bolts  

Ford recalls 1.38 million vehicles for loose steering wheel bolts on Business Standard. Ford said on Wednesday it was also recalling nearly...

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