As we all know Ford Motor Company is the third major car manufacturer in the united States. The signature blue oval has achieved in its years of history, to be a reference on aspects such as security, or the manufacture of vehicles. In this case, before the great crisis of 2007, the put in problems as those of their neighboring General Motors or Chrysler decided to put the scissors and make tough but necessary adjustments.
Mercury it was a signature “semi-premium” that was halfway between Lincoln and Ford. The problem of this brand is that I was never able to raise passions among the customers in the united States, and finally ended up disappearing. however, before his death he was able to share several models with Ford and now, for a problem in your braking system is seen resurrected in order to solve this drawback in security.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) previous Ford Fusion (our Mondeo) and Mercury Milan you have been called to review possible faults in your braking system. According to the safety agency’s probe, which records the parameters of the ABS could fail if it does not detect well on that surface is traveling the vehicle. models you have been called to review are the ones that were manufactured between the years 2007 to 2009 and, in principle, are only affected units that were sold in the united States.
Ford has stated that have happened three accidents, but in which there has been no victims of great importance. After the notification of these incidents was opened an incident and will check the module of the ABS of these cars. In addition, both models were called to review by the fault of the airbag manufacturer Takata. Finally, units were manufactured between the years 2010 and 2011 were withdrawn from the market due to its fuel tank could crack and cause a fire.
signature and the NHTSA will call the owners to pass by the nearest workshop to review the car. As always, this preventive measure will not have any cost for the customers.
Source – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)