There’s a recall out for about 52,000 F-250s in the US and Canada because the trucks could potentially roll after the transmission is put into park. Ford Motor Company put out the recall over the weekend, which was it’s third in a week. Autoblog reports that the recall affects 2017 models with 6.2-liter engines that were built at the Louisville, Kentucky plant.
The additional recalls that were released last week were for faulty side door latches on 211,000 vehicles in North America along with a fire risk in the engine compartment for 320,0000 vehicles. Although Ford reported 29 fires related to the recall luckily no injuries or accidents have been reported with this round of recalls. For more info on the recalls and models affected you can head to PowerNationTV.com.