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Ford Recalls 4.5 Million Vehicles Because of Fire Hazard

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Ok that article does not tell you **** unless you subscribe.
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Can you post the whole article for those of us who don't want to register?
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ok it's clarified

Tuesday's recall includes the following Ford models: 1995-2003 Windstars, 2000-2003 Excursion diesels, 1993-1997 and 1999-2003 F-Super Duty diesels, 1992-2003 Econolines, 1995-2002 Explorers and Mercury Mountaineers, 1995-1997 and 2001-2003 Rangers and 1994 F35 motorhomes.


Ford recall hits 4.5 million more vehicles on fire hazard - Oct. 13, 2009
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Communist News Network

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Isn't this the same recall as before? I think they are just saying how many vehicles were affected with the recall on the recall on the f*uck up on the recall. LOL
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We all knew ford had problems with cruise control burning in the past what makes it any different now

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cruise control is for girls anyways.
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i wonder if Ford would replace my plugs+wires for free instead of the CC switch?
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Yep i dont have CC wish i did sometimes but i dont
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Yes I'm not included
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looks like a lot of Rangers are covered.. even mine lol
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woo thank goodness for having a 99
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i love my CC!! im too lazy to look and see if my trucks cover
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I never use my cruise. I might take it up there and get it checked out, it would be the first time my trucks gone back to the dealership.

I wonder what other recalls are out there?
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recall

I just got a letter in the mail about gettin it done. Ive been meaning to since i got the truck but just havent got around to it. Will they not do the recall since i am lifted with oversized tires? just wondered about that?
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am i the only one who received info on this recal back in 2007? man some ford dealers are slow..mine was fixed in 10 minutes. they just linked in a fuse that turns off thepower to the cruise control when the engine is turned off
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I got my recall in 2007 and had it fixed.
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no cruise = no problem
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