On Monday, Ford announced two recalls of its best-selling 2021 F-150 pickup truck and 2020-2021 Ford F-series Super Duty truck lineup.
Redesigned for 2021, Ford F-150 Models manufactured in Dearborn from October 27, 2020 to February 3, 2021 have been recalled due to possible windshield loosening. The glue may not adhere and the windshield may not stay in place in the event of a collision, Ford said. This issue also applies to the 2020-2021 Ford Super Duty Trucks manufactured in Kentucky from October 13, 2020 to January 23, 2021.
The recall includes 79,017 trucks sold in the United States, 6,986 trucks in Canada and 1,347 trucks in Mexico. Ford was unaware of any collisions or injuries associated with this issue and said the dealer would remove and reinstall the windshield for free to the owner. The reference number is 21C06 and the owner can access the following sites: Ford recall page Enter VIN to check the status of the vehicle.
Ford 2020 Ford F Series Super Duty Exaggeration of payload information when equipped with a 6.7-liter turbo diesel V-8. The load vehicle label is incorrect in the tire, door sill, and truck camper documentation. Ford didn’t say what the new rating was, but the £ 7,850 payload maximum surpassed last year’s class.The· 2021 Ram 3500 It can double carry up to 7,680 pounds. Ford still lists the same weights in its configurator, but updates should continue soon.
The exaggerated payload can allow the owner to maximize its weight, increase stopping distance, and increase the risk of crashes. Approximately 11,000 Super Duty Trucks have been recalled in North America. Ford’s recall number is 21S06.
2021 Ford F-150 recalled due to loose windshield. F series payload is exaggerated
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