Ford is remembering over 350,000 Explorer SUVs in the U.S. for a suspension concern associated with 2 previous recalls.
The notification covers 2013-2017 design year Explorers sold in locations where rust is common and an additional 25,200 in Canada. Ford offered approximately one million Explorers throughout the period covered. Dealers will examine the part and change as essential.
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Possible fracturing of the toe link was the focus of a 2017 recall covering 1.2 million 2011-2017 Explorers across all regions and the part was behind a smaller recall in 2016 of 75,000 2014-2015 Explorers due to bad welds.
The Explorer was fully revamped for the 2020 design year.
The issue comes from a rear suspension toe link element that can fracture and cause a loss of vehicle control.