Ford issues two safety campaigns and one recalls to fix some of the issues that their F-Series has been experiencing.
The recall will focus on calling back the 2018 Ford F-150 Raptor SuperCab model. According to the reports, models that are not equipped with moonroof cold be missing a few rivets on the roof structure and thus reducing the structural integrity of the vehicle increasing the risk of injury in a rollover.
Ford also issued a safety campaign to recall 77 units of the F-650 and F-750. It is believed that the castellated nuts might have been torque below the minimum specification.
The other safety campaign will affect 724 units of the F-150 and Super Duty vehicles due to insufficient weld penetration on the seatbelt buckle attachment bracket on the front passenger manual seats.
No date has been announced yet but those affected will be contacted by the Michigan-based automaker.