Recalls

Ford
# of Recalls Component Affected
2018 Ford Expedition 7 Seats, Fuel System, Gasoline, Power Train, Visibility More Details
2012 Ford Expedition 4 Power Train, Exterior Lighting, Seats More Details
2009 Ford Expedition 1 Service Brakes, Hydraulic More Details
2008 Ford Expedition 4 Tires, Latches/locks/linkages, Service Brakes, Air, Air Bags More Details
2007 Ford Expedition 2 Latches/locks/linkages, Fuel System, Gasoline More Details
2006 Ford Expedition 6 Exterior Lighting, Fuel System, Gasoline, Visibility, Tires More Details
2005 Ford Expedition 5 Exterior Lighting, Fuel System, Gasoline More Details
2004 Ford Expedition 4 Exterior Lighting More Details
2003 Ford Expedition 6 Exterior Lighting, Structure More Details
2002 Ford Expedition 4 Exterior Lighting, Fuel System, Gasoline, Vehicle Speed Control, Structure More Details
2001 Ford Expedition 10 Exterior Lighting, Fuel System, Gasoline, Vehicle Speed Control, Structure, Visibility, Seat Belts, Tires, Air Bags, Equipment More Details
2000 Ford Expedition 11 Exterior Lighting, Fuel System, Gasoline, Vehicle Speed Control, Structure, Equipment, Visibility, Tires, Trailer Hitches More Details
1999 Ford Expedition 9 Exterior Lighting, Fuel System, Gasoline, Vehicle Speed Control, Tires, Trailer Hitches, Wheels, Service Brakes, Hydraulic More Details

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The vehicles could roll when put into park

Ford is issuing two separate safety recalls to fix mechanical issues affecting control of the transmissions on certain 2017 and 2018 models. The automaker says it's aware of one reported accident with an injury related to the the first and largest recall.

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Automatic transmissions shift unexpectedly to first gear

F-150s, Navigators, Expeditions and Mustangs are affected.

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Transmissions could mysteriously shift into first on certain 2011 and 2012 models.

Ford will recall certain Mustang, F-150, Expedition, and Lincoln Navigator models from 2011 and 2012 because the gearbox can suddenly shift into first gear. There are three accidents linked to the problem but no injuries.

Ford was forced to halt production at seven assembly plants after finding a quality problem with a transmission component, but all seven plants affected by the stoppage should be up and running again today.