Ford has issued an F-150 recall on roughly 9,000 F-Series, Expedition, and Navigator models with 3.5-liter GTDI V-6 engines due to faulty fuel pumps.
A new Ford F-150 recall, along with a recall on SUV models like the Expedition and Navigator, comes at a time when Ford is trying to right its production woes. The latest F-150 recall highlights a fuel pump issue as the high-pressure fuel pumps have poor welding, resulting in fatigue fractures that could cause an oil or fuel leak, presenting a fire hazard. No injuries or deaths have been reported.
This news comes on the heels of a slew of recall announcements so far this year. From Takata airbags to Kia, FCA recalling Jeep Wranglers to Honda Ridgeline (remember those?) getting a callback, we’re wondering when it’s going to slow down.
A List You Don’t Want to Be On
Here is a complete list of all affected Ford models, mostly coming from the United States. Here’s a breakdown of the recalled units: All are in North America, with 5,645 units in the U.S., 1,625 in Canada, and 310 in Mexico.
• 2018 Ford F-150 vehicles built at Dearborn Truck Plant between March 14, 2018, and April 24, 2018
• 2018 Ford F-150 vehicles built at Kansas City Assembly Plant between March 20, 2018, and April 17, 2018
• 2018 Ford Expedition vehicles built at Kentucky Truck Plant between March 14, 2018, and April 12, 2018
• 2018 Lincoln Navigator vehicles built at Kentucky Truck Plant between Feb. 20, 2018, and May 6, 2018
At the moment, dealers are replacing the high-pressure fuel pumps, discharge tubes, and other affected components free of charge.
To learn more about the recall, visit the NHTSA recall website and enter your vehicle’s 17-character VIN number.