Ford Trucks Recalled Due to Taillights
Nov. 25, 2019—Ford is recalling 72,718 Rangers in the U.S. and 5,546 units in Canada as part of a recall that surrounds taillights that may not function at all, reported CNET.
The problem rests in electrical connector terminals that may be misaligned or improperly seated. If the pickup does have the defect, the taillights won't work 100 percent of the time, or might not work at all.
Even if the taillights don't work, Ford said the center brake light, known as the high-mounted center stop light, is not affected.