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Ford Recalls 600,000 Vehicles To Keep Brakes From Failing Due To Sticking Valve

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Ford has recalled 600,000 2006-2010 Fusion, Mercury Milan, and Lincoln MKZ midsized cars to fix a ABS problem. The ABS valve reacts with the brake fluid currently used in the vehicles and can significantly slow or stop the action of the ABS valve, leading to braking problems. So far, two injuries have been linked to the issue.


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Ford has recalled more than 600,000 vehicles for critical brake and tire problems. The cars include the 2006-10 Ford Fusion, Mercury Milan, and Lincoln MKZ and the 2020 Ford F-150.

Reason Is Sticking ABS Valve

In the first recall, the anti-lock braking valve (ABS) may remain open following an ABS event such as an emergency or hard stop that causes the ABS to engage. If the normally closed valve does remain open, the brakes will require more travel to stop the vehicle. The recall affects 600,166 vehicles.






Ford Recalls 600,000 Vehicles To Keep Brakes From Failing Due To Sticking Valve
 

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