Ford Recalls F-150s Amid Braking, Steering Concerns

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Nov. 15, 2019—Ford has issued a recall for select 2019-20 F-150 pickup trucks that have an "improperly secured" part that may hinder braking, steering assist, instrument panel displays or cause the engine to stall or catch fire, per a report by The Detroit Free Press.

The F-150 recall issued Thursday affecting 168,055 vehicles in North America is one of three alerts from the company. 

Ford recalled 59,664 MKX vehicles with 3.7-liter engines because they may have a parts problem that could result in overheating or fire. And, Ford issued a "safety compliance recall" for 100,375 Super Duty trucks with LED headlamps that violate federal motor vehicle safety standards.

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