Ford is recalling more than 350,000 Explorer SUVs in the US over suspensions related to the previous two recalls.
The problem stems from the fact that the rear suspension’s strut link can break and lead to loss of vehicle control.
The announcement includes the 2013-2017 model year Explorers sold in corrosion prone regions and an additional 25,200 units in Canada. Ford sold about a million Explorers during the period covered. Dealers will inspect the part and replace it as needed.
Maybe broken toe links were the focus of a 2017 recall that included 1.2 million 2011-2017 Discoverers across all regions, and a fraction behind the smaller 2016 recall of 75,000 explore 2014-2015 due to poor weld.
Explorer is completely redesigned for 2020.
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