Yesterday we talked about the troubled process that led to the biggest Ford GT recall for the control arms and now word is out that certain GTs are leaking oil at the rear main seal. Ford has advised dealerships to inspect the GT for oil leaks and install a "speedi-sleeve" which is used to seal any gaps that the improperly finished crankshaft has caused. Blue Oval News has chronicled seven total recalls/service notices for the car. Ford may have bitten off more than they could chew; the halo has become headache.
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