Ford had already issued a few recalls to replace the faulty Takata airbags but it looks like won’t be ending for them anytime soon as Ford once again issued a new recall to bring back a few more units to fix.

The latest recall will affect 364,523 units of Ford models from the US and Canada. Models affected include the Ford Mustang, Ford Fusion, Ford Ranger, Ford Edge, Lincoln MKZ, Lincoln MKX, and Mercury Milan. Models from 2009 and 2010 will be affected although the 2013 Ford Mustang will also be affected this time. Affected models will be getting their airbags replaced for free.

This is not the only recall from Ford. They also announced another campaign that will affect 363units of Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator after it reported that the vehicles were given an incorrect electronic component in the rear power-operated windows which stops it from automatically reversing when it is an obstruction. While it is a small issue, it could definitely lead to unwanted injuries if not fixed.

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