Ford has issued a safety recall for 2016 Explorers and F150s, for fear that a bolt securing a seat could cause the seat to shift and causing people to no longer be properly restrained.
If you’re driving one of these vehicles, be sure to check when it was manufactured and if it is within the scope of the recall.
Owners with affected vehicles should bring them to a Ford dealer where the bolt will be inspected to determine if it’s fine for long-term use. The bolt will also be removed to have new threadlock applied, and then reinstalled with the proper torque. This is the case whether or not the bolt is fine for long-term use, but if the bolt isn’t, it will only be reinstalled as a temporary fix while Ford prepares a final fix with additional replacement parts.
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Reference: Yahoo NewsAuthor: FLLegalGroup