Ford Explorer Carbon Monoxide.
A couple in Maryland says that Ford has offered to buy back their 2016 Explorer after company engineers detected carbon monoxide during a drive.
Unfortunately, the Explorer name, while popular, hasn’t been free of problems.
While insanely popular over the past 25 years, the Explorer and Firestone tires were at the center of controversy regarding rollovers and tire tread separations.
Following substantial redesigns in the early 2000’s, Ford eventually moved to a unibody crossover design, but it, too, has had serious complaints about carbon monoxide leaks into the cabin, prompting federal investigations.
Carbon monoxide poisoning can lead to serious injuries and death, so we hope Ford is addressing the problem seriously.
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