Ford Recalls Again Due to Poor Windshield Fitting.

Written by Nino

Jul 18, 2022

July 18, 2022

Ford has issued a recall for more than 63,000 of its 2022 Broncos and Rangers. The windshields on these vehicles may detach from the vehicle while driving, posing a safety hazard.

If you own one of these affected vehicles, Ford will replace your windshield free of charge. Notification letters will be mailed to vehicle owners on July 11. Dealers will remove and reinstall the windshield at no cost.

For additional information, you can contact Ford customer service at 1-866-436-7332 or visit the NHTSA website.

Ford badge on a front of the vehicle, close up photo
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Nino

Nino works in the auto glass industry as a team manager. He's been blogging about the industry for some time and is eager to constantly increase his knowledge. Sports are his passion, and he loves taking care of Maxi, his Shih Tzu.

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