Ford recalls more than 26,000 trucks for faulty switch

Ford switch recall Excursion F-series Ranger Ford
NHTSA has recalled more than 26,000 F-Series trucks, Excursion SUVs and Ranger pickups for a potentially faulty switch. The 2004 Excursion is pictured.


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Ford Motor Co. is recalling about 26,700 copies of the F-series truck, Excursion SUV and Ranger pickup for a potentially faulty switch that could cause turn signals, taillights and brake lights to malfunction.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, affected vehicles include certain 2002-2007 F-250, F-350, F-450 and F-550 trucks and Excursion SUVs. Rangers built between 2002 and 2011 are also affected.

Ford will begin notifying owners of affected vehicles around August 15.


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