22S68 – Rear Axle Rotor to Wheel Hub Assembly Bolt Inspection and Torque – 2023 Ford E-Series

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October 20, 2022 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 22V792000

Improperly Tightened Bolt on Rear Axle

Wheel separation from the vehicle increases the risk of a crash.

 

NHTSA Campaign Number: 22V792

Manufacturer Ford Motor Company

Components POWER TRAIN

Potential Number of Units Affected 596

 

Summary

Ford Motor Company (Ford) is recalling certain 2023 E450 vehicles. The bolt that secures the rear axle rotor to the wheel-hub may be improperly tightened, possibly resulting in wheel separation.

 

Remedy

Dealers will inspect the rear axle serial number, and if necessary, remove and inspect the rear axle rotor and hub assembly. If any bolts are found to be loose, the rotor and hub assembly will be replaced. Repairs will be performed free of charge. Owner notification letters were mailed April 18, 2023. Owners may contact Ford customer service at 1-866-436-7332. Ford’s number for this recall is 22S68.

 

Notes

Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.nhtsa.gov.

 

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March 27, 2023

NEW VEHICLE DEMONSTRATION / DELIVERY HOLD – Safety Recall 22S68
Certain 2023 Model Year E-Series
Rear Axle Rotor to Wheel Hub Assembly Bolt Inspection and Torque

 

AFFECTED VEHICLES

Vehicle Model Year Assembly Plant Build Dates
E-Series 2023 OHAP July 28, 2022 through August 3, 2022

US Population of affected vehicles is 612.

Affected vehicles are identified in OASIS and FSA VIN Lists.

 

REASON FOR THIS SAFEY RECALL

Some of the affected vehicles may have an improperly torqued bolt that secures the rear axle rotor to the wheel-hub. An improperly torqued bolt in the rotor/ hub assembly can potentially result in slippage at this joint. This can lead to a loss of wheel attachment during hard acceleration or hard brake application events, increasing the risk of a crash.

 

SERVICE ACTION

Before demonstrating or delivering any new in-stock vehicles involved in this recall, dealers are to inspect and repair the rear axle assembly bolt.  This service must be performed on all affected vehicles at no charge to the vehicle owner.

 

OWNER NOTIFICATION AND MAILING SCHEDULE

Owner letters are expected to be mailed the week of April 10, 2023. Dealers should repair any affected vehicles that arrive at their dealerships, whether or not the customer has received a letter.

PLEASE NOTE:

Federal law requires dealers to complete this recall service before a new vehicle is delivered to the buyer or lessee. Violation of this requirement by a dealer could result in a civil penalty of up to $26,315 per vehicle. Correct all vehicles in your new vehicle inventory before delivery.

 

SOLD VEHICLES

  • Ford has not issued instructions to stop selling/delivering or driving used vehicles under this safety recall. Owners should contact their dealers for an appointment to have their vehicles remedied as soon as practicable.
  • Immediately contact any of your affected customers whose vehicles are not on your VIN list but are identified in OASIS. Give the customer a copy of the Owner Notification Letter (when available) and schedule a service date.
  • Correct other affected vehicles identified in OASIS which are brought to your dealership.
  • Dealers are to prioritize repairs of customer vehicles over repairs of new and used vehicle inventory.

 

STOCK VEHICLES

  • Correct all affected units in your new vehicle inventory before delivery.
  • Use OASIS to identify any affected vehicles in your used vehicle inventory.

 

DEALER-OPERATED RENTAL VEHICLES

The Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act law effective June 2016 prohibits a rental company from selling, renting, or leasing vehicles subject to a safety or compliance recall. Please consult your legal counsel for legal advice.

 

TITLE BRANDED / SALVAGED VEHICLES

Affected title-branded and salvaged vehicles are eligible for this recall.

 

OWNER REFUNDS

  • This safety recall must still be performed, even if the owner has paid for a previous repair. Claiming a refund will not close the recall on the vehicle.
  • Ford Motor Company is offering a refund for owner-paid repairs covered by this recall if the repair was performed before the date indicated in the reimbursement plan, which is posted with this bulletin. Owners are directed to seek reimbursement through authorized dealers or, at their option, directly through Ford Motor Company at P.O. Box 6251, Dearborn, MI 481216251.
  • Dealers are also pre-approved to refund owner-paid emergency repairs that were performed away from an authorized servicing dealer after the end date specified in the reimbursement plan. Non-covered repairs, or those judged by Ford to be excessive, will not be reimbursed.
  • Refunds will only be provided for the cost associated with rear axle rotor to wheel hub assembly bolt inspection and torque.

 

RENTAL VEHICLES 

Rental vehicles are not approved for this program.

 

PARTS REQUIREMENTS / ORDERING INFORMATION

Inspection Parts Requirements:

Parts are not required if the vehicle does not match the part number listed in Appendix IV.

 

Special Program Part Ordering:

To place an order for the wheel hub, submit a Special Program order in the DOW system. SSSC contact is not required to order K-Coded parts on this program. More information can be found in EFC10642.

Part Number  Description Order Quantity Claim Quantity
NC2Z-1109-A Hub (order one per failed side) As required

 

Part Number  Description Order Quantity Claim Quantity
NC2Z-2C026-A Rotor As required
PC3Z-1107-A Hub to Rotor Bolts – 8 required per side As required
CC3Z-1S175-A Hub Seal 2 2
C7TZ-1240-A Inner Bearing Cone As required
C7TZ-1244-A Outer Bearing Cone As required
LC2Z-2C189-B Tone Ring Kit 2 2
E0TZ-1001-A Axle Shaft Gasket 2 2

 


CERTAIN 2023 MODEL YEAR ECONOLINE VEHICLES — REAR WHEEL HUB

SERVICE PROCEDURE

1. Inspect the part number tag located on top of the rear differential. See Figure 1. Compare that number to the list of suspect part numbers in Attachment IV. Does the number on the differential match a number listed in Attachment IV?

YES – Proceed to Step 2.

NO – This completes the Field Service Action (FSA).

 

2. Remove both rear wheels and tires. Follow the Workshop Manual (WSM) procedures in Section 204-04A.

3. Using compressed air, clean both rear wheel speed sensor housing areas. See Figure 2.

NOTE: Left Hand (LH) side shown, Right Hand (RH) side similar.

 

4. Remove the rear wheel speed sensor bolt, spacer and the sensor on both sides of the vehicle. See Figure 3.

 

5. Remove both wheel hubs. Follow the WSM procedures in Section 205-02B.

  • Discard the axle shaft gasket. See Figure 4.

NOTE: The outer wheel bearing is to be replaced if dropped on the ground on removal. See Figure 5.

 

6. Remove and discard the rear wheel speed sensor bolts and the rear wheel speed sensor rings on both     sides of the vehicle. See Figure 6.

 

7. Using a torque wrench set at 86 lb. ft (117 Nm), check the torque of each rotor to wheel hub bolts     (8 per side) on both sides of the vehicle. See Figure 7. Any movement on a bolt before the torque was       reached does not pass inspection on that wheel hub and rotor assembly. Did either wheel hub     and rotor assembly not pass inspection?

YES – For ONE side –  Proceed to Step 10.

For BOTH sides – Proceed to Step 12

NO – Both wheel hub and rotor assemblies pass inspection. Proceed to Step 8.

 

8. On both wheel hub and rotor assemblies that PASSED inspection, remove and discard the rear hub seals. See Figure 8.

 

9. Using the special tools 205-153 and 205-422 Wheel Hub Oil Seal installer, install the new seal in the rear hubs. See Figure 9. Proceed to Step 16.

NOTE: Rotor removed for clarity.

 

10. On the wheel hub and rotor assembly that PASSED inspection, remove the rear hub seal and inner rear wheel bearing.  Discard the rear hub seal. See Figure 10.

NOTE: Save the inner rear wheel bearing(s) for installation.

 

11. On the wheel hub and rotor assembly that PASSED inspection, remove the 8 bolts and separate the rotor from the wheel hub. Discard the rotor and rotor bolts. See Figure 11.

 

12. On the wheel hub and rotor assembly or assemblies that DID NOT PASS inspection, remove the rear hub seal(s) and the inner rear wheel bearing(s). Discard the rear hub seal(s) and the wheel hub/rotor assembly or assemblies that DID NOT PASS inspection. See Figure 12.

NOTE: Save the inner rear wheel bearing(s) for installation.

 

13. On the rear wheel bearing(s) that were removed from a wheel hub and rotor assembly, inspect the bearing races and rollers for pitting, galling or erratic wear patterns. Check the rollers for end wear. Replace the bearings, if necessary. See Figure 13.

1. A typical new bearing roller.
2. A worn bearing roller.

 

14. For a wheel hub and rotor assembly that PASSED inspection, install the rear inner wheel hub bearing and the new rear hub seal in the original rear wheel hub using special tools 205-153 and 205-422 Wheel Hub Oil Seal installer. See Figure 14.

For a wheel hub and rotor assembly or assemblies that DID NOT PASS inspection, install the inner rear wheel bearing(s) and a new rear hub seal(s) into the new wheel hub(s) using special tools 205-153 and 205-422 Wheel Hub Oil Seal installer. See Figure 14.

 

NOTE: For a wheel hub that PASSED inspection, install a new rotor and bolts to the passed wheel hub.

15. Position the new rotor(s) on the new rear wheel hub(s) and install the new bolts. See Figure 15.

  • Torque: 94 lb. ft (128 Nm)

 

16. Position the new rear wheel speed sensor ring(s) and install the new rear wheel speed sensor bolts  See Figure 16.

  • Torque: 133 lb.in (15 Nm)

 

17. Install both wheel hubs. Follow the WSM procedures in Section 205-02B.

  • Install new axle shaft gaskets.

NOTE: The axle bearing is to be replaced if dropped on the ground on removal.

NOTICE: Before installing the sensor, inspect the sensor housing to make sure the sensor cavity is clean and free of foreign material or damage to the sensor may occur.

18. Clean the sensor cavity with Motorcraft® Metal Brake Parts Cleaner / PM-4-A, PM-4-B. See Figure 17.

 

19. Install the rear wheel speed sensor, spacer and bolt on both sides of the vehicle. S ee Figure 18.

  • Torque: 18 lb.ft (25 Nm)

 

20. Install both rear wheels and tires. Follow the WSM procedures in Section 204-04A.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Federal law prohibits selling motor vehicle parts or components that are under safety, compliance, or emissions recall. Unless a part is requested to be returned to Ford, all parts replaced under this FSA must be scrapped in accordance with all applicable local, state and federal environmental protection and hazardous material regulations. Refer to the Parts Retention, Return, & Scrapping section of the FSA dealer bulletin for further information.

 


List of Suspect Differential Serial Numbers

The table below contains a list of serial numbers to be used for checking for a suspect axle. Vehicles with a matching serial number on the rear axle will require additional verification.

Note: These serial numbers may contain the letters O and I and the numbers 0 and 1. Make sure to correctly identify the characters used on the differential tag before searching this list.

Follow the instructions outlined in Attachment III to locate the correct serial number of the axle.

Perform a lookup in this attachment using the “ctrl” + “F” keys on your computer’s keyboard. Accurately type in the serial number (without spaces) to see if it is on this list.

 

SUSPECT REAR AXLE SERIAL NUMBERS

Line #/Column A B C D E
1 T9D566A02Y4U T9D566A02YHB T9D566A02YOB TAD567A02YQU TAD567A02YS9
2 T9D566A02Y56 T9D566A02YHD T9D566A02YNO TAD567A02YR1 TAD567A02YS7
3 T9D566A02Y57 T9D566A02YHE T9D566A02YNP TAD567A02YQY T9D566A02CG0
4 T9D566A02Y58 T9D566A02YHF T9D566A02YNQ TAD567A02YR0 T9D566A02YHX
5 T9D566A02Y5A T9D566A02YHA T9D566A02YNS TAD567A02YQZ T9D566A02YT7
6 T9D566A02Y5B T9D566A02YHQ T9D566A02YNT TAD567A02YR4 T9D566A02YT4
7 T9D566A02Y5O T9D566A02YHG T9D566A02YO7 TAD567A02YR3 T9D566A02YT2
8 T9D566A02Y59 T9D566A02YHH T9D566A02YO6 TAD567A02YR5 T9D566A02YT3
9 T9D566A02Y5N T9D566A02YHK T9D566A02YO3 TAD567A02YR2 T9D566A02YSW
10 T9D566A02Y5P T9D566A02YHI T9D566A02YO2 TAD567A02YR6 T9D566A02YSX
11 T9D566A02Y5Q T9D566A02Y7J T9D566A02YO5 TAD567A02YRB T9D566A01W3G
12 T9D566A02Y5S T9D566A02Y7K T9D566A02YNR TAD567A02YRA T9D566A02CEZ
13 T9D566A02Y5R T9D566A02Y6H T9D566A02YNX TAD567A02YR9 T9D566A021ME
14 T9D566A02Y5V T9D566A02Y7H T9D566A02YNU TAD567A02YPR T9D566A02VKW
15 T9D566A02Y5T T9D566A02Y6G T9D566A02YNW TAD567A02YRD T9D566A02VIX
16 T9D566A02Y5Y T9D566A02Y7I T9D566A02YO4 TAD567A02YR8 T9D566A02RG7
17 T9D566A02Y5X T9D566A02YHP T9D566A02YNZ TAD567A02YR7 T9D566A02VHM
18 T9D566A02Y5W T9D566A02YHO T9D566A02YO0 TAD567A02YRE T9D566A02ILC
19 T9D566A02Y5Z T9D566A02YHN T9D566A02YNY TAD567A02YRG T9D566A02YIM
20 T9D566A02Y60 T9D566A02YHL T9D566A02YO1 TAD567A02YRH T9D566A02YIN
21 T9D566A02Y61 TAD567A02YIL T9D566A02YPE TAD567A02YRF T9D566A02YHS
22 T9D566A02Y64 TAD567A02YIK T9D566A02YPD TAD567A02YRC T9D566A02YHU

 

Line #/Column A B C D E
23 T9D566A02Y62 TAD567A02YIH T9D566A02YPC TAD567A02YRI T9D566A02YHT
24 T9D566A02Y63 TAD567A02YIJ T9D566A02YPH TAD567A02YRJ T9D566A02YIO
25 T9D566A02Y67 TAD567A02YIG T9D566A02YPF TAD567A02YRN T9D566A02YHW
26 T9D566A02Y66 TAD567A02YII T9D566A02YPA TAD567A02YRO T9D566A02YSR
27 T9D566A02Y65 TAD567A02YIF T9D566A02YP9 TAD567A02YRP T9D566A02YT1
28 T9D566A02Y68 TAD567A02YIE T9D566A02YPG TAD567A02YRK T9D566A02YSZ
29 T9D566A02Y69 TAD567A02YID T9D566A02YP6 TAD567A02YRL T9D566A02YT0
30 T9D566A02Y6X TAD567A02YI4 T9D566A02YP7 TAD567A02YQ3 T9D566A02YSV
31 T9D566A02Y6V TAD567A02YI6 T9D566A02YPB TAD567A02YRM T9D566A02YST
32 T9D566A02Y6T TAD567A02YI5 TAD567A02YQG TAD567A02YPY T9D566A02YSQ
33 T9D566A02Y6S TAD567A02YIC TAD567A02YQK TAD567A02YQ2 T9D566A02YSN
34 T9D566A02Y6R TAD567A02YIB TAD567A02YQH TAD567A02YQ1 T9D566A02YSP
35 T9D566A02Y6Q TAD567A02YIA TAD567A02YQL TAD567A02YQ0 T9D566A02YSK
36 T9D566A02Y6P TAD567A02YI7 TAD567A02YQI TAD567A02YQ5 T9D566A02YSJ
37 T9D566A02Y6O TAD567A02YI8 TAD567A02YPV TAD567A02YQ6 T9D566A02YSI
38 T9D566A02Y6W TAD567A02YI9 TAD567A02YPO TAD567A02YQ8 T9D566A02YSU
39 T9D566A02Y6C T9D566A02YHM TAD567A02YPX TAD567A02YQ4 T9D566A02YSE
40 T9D566A02Y6A T9D566A02YI3 TAD567A02YPW TAD567A02YPZ T9D566A02YSG
41 T9D566A02Y6B T9D566A02YI2 TAD567A02YPN TAD567A02YQ9 T9D566A02YSF
42 T9D566A02Y6F T9D566A02YI1 TAD567A02YPS TAD567A02YQ7 T9D566A02YTL
43 T9D566A02Y6D T9D566A02YOF TAD567A02YPM TAD567A02YQF T9D566A02YTM
44 T9D566A02Y6E T9D566A02YNV TAD567A02YPT TAD567A02YQD T9D566A02YTO
45 T9D566A02Y6L T9D566A02YOE TAD567A02YPP TAD567A02YQE T9D566A02YTQ
46 T9D566A02Y6N T9D566A02YOH TAD567A02YPQ TAD567A02YQB T9D566A02YTP
47 T9D566A02Y6M T9D566A02YO8 TAD567A02YQV TAD567A02YQC T9D566A02YTF
48 T9D566A02Y6I T9D566A02YOC TAD567A02YQQ TAD567A02YS4 T9D566A02YTH
49 T9D566A02Y6J T9D566A02YOA TAD567A02YQS TAD567A02YQA T9D566A02YTG
50 T9D566A02YHC T9D566A02YO9 TAD567A02YQT TAD567A02YRV T9D566A02YTK
51 T9D566A02YTI T9D566A02YHR

 


SERVICE PROCEDURE

RCMN-22V792-6269

 


Chronology :

August – September 2022: On August 10, 2022, an issue pertaining to loose bolts on rear axle rotor / hub assemblies of 2023 model year E-series vehicles was brought to Ford’s Critical Concern Review Group for review by Ford’s Supplier Technical Assistance (STA) team. The rear axle supplier had identified five subassemblies received from the rear axle rotor / hub subassembly Tier 2 supplier with one of the eight bolts loose. This new inspection process at the rear axle supplier was initiated on August 04, 2022 to monitor incoming quality from the new axle rotor / hub assembly Tier 2 supplier which had just begun supplying assemblies in July 2022.

CCRG’s investigation found that an improperly torqued bolt in the rotor/ hub assembly can result in slippage at this joint, potentially resulting in fracture of the rotor hat which could lead to wheel separation. A review of supplier records found that 234 suspect hub/rotor sets were manufactured and installed into axles and shipped to Ford. Containment efforts were undertaken at Ford’s assembly plant to identify potentially suspect axle assemblies. Assembly plant review of production records found that suspect axles had been installed on vehicles and shipped beyond Ford’s control.

Ford is not aware of any reports of accident or injury related to this condition.

On October 13, 2022, Ford’s Field Review Committee reviewed the concern and approved a field action.

 


1 Affected Product

Vehicle

MAKE MODEL YEAR
FORD E-450 2023

 


7 Associated Documents

Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – Advance Notice re NEW VEHICLE DEMONSTRATION / DELIVERY HOLD – Advance Notice – Safety Recall 22S68 Certain 2023 Model Year E-Series Rear Axle Rotor to Wheel Hub Assembly Bolt Inspection and Torque

RCMN-22V792-5376.pdf 64.806KB

RCMN-22V792-5376

 


Defect Notice 573 Report

RCLRPT-22V792-8081.PDF 215.339KB

RCLRPT-22V792-8081

 


Recall Acknowledgement

RCAK-22V792-1274.pdf 645.225KB

RCAK-22V792-1274

 


ISSUED Interim Owner Notification Letter(Part 577)

RIONL-22V792-2798.pdf 44.715KB

RIONL-22V792-2798

 


Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – Dealer Bulletin re NEW VEHICLE DEMONSTRATION / DELIVERY HOLD – Safety Recall 22S68 Certain 2023 Model Year E-Series Rear Axle Rotor to Wheel Hub Assembly Bolt Inspection and Torque

RCMN-22V792-6269.pdf 2191.619KB

RCMN-22V792-6269

 


ISSUED Owner Notification Letter(Part 577)

RCONL-22V792-3074.pdf 51.94KB

RCONL-22V792-3074

 


Recall Quarterly Report #1, 2023-2

RCLQRT-22V792-2021.PDF 211.133KB

RCLQRT-22V792-2021

 


Latest Recalls Documents

For the Latest and Most Recent Recalls Information Visit the link below…

https://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/acms/cs/documentList.xhtml?docId=22V792&docType=RCL

 


 

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  • ADDED COMFORT: Comfortable handle with ergonomic styling and provides a sure grip
SaleBestseller No. 8
CRAFTSMAN Torque Wrench, 1/2" Drive (CMMT99434)
  • PORTABILITY: Torque wrench 1/2 inch drive has a durable case for portability or storage
  • ADDED COMFORT: Bi-material handle for comfort and grip of the 1/2 torque wrench
  • HASSLE FREE USE: Locking feature adjusts quick and easily for hassle free use
  • QUICK IDENTIFICATION: Scales stamped into housing showing inch and metric torque settings
  • Meets or Exceeds ASME Specifications
Bestseller No. 9
ANPUDS 3/8-Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench, 5-45 Ft-Lb/6.8-61 Nm, Dual-Direction Torque Wrench, Lightweight Aluminum 72-Tooth Dual Range Scales Torque Wrench for Bike, Motorcycle, Car Spark
  • 【High Accuracy】This 3/8 inch torque wrench features precise dual scales of 5-45 ft.lb/6.8-61Nm. The torque wrench body is made of lightweight aluminum material, more accurate than ordinary chrome vanadium steel. It tests for accuracy to industry standards within ±3%.
  • 【Lightweight and Durable】The bike torque wrench head is made of chrome-molybdenum alloy, the body and handle is made of 6061 aviation aluminum within compression resistance and oxidation resistance. The torque wrench weight is only 390g. It is lighter and higher hardness than chrome-vanadium steel. Easier to use it to tighten nuts and bolts.
  • 【Easy to Use】 Our torque wrench 3/8 drive is simple to use. Pull down the lock knob and hold it until the torque setting is completed. Release the hand, and the lock knob will automatically rebound back to lock the value. You will feel the vibrating handle or hear a ‘click’ from the wrench when the preset torque value is reached to remind you not to apply any more force.
  • 【Dual-Direction with 72 Tooth】The torque wrench has a 72-tooth quick release reversible ratchet head, easily install and remove the socket, and firmly grasp the socket to prevent it from falling off. The paddle of the torque wrench head can adjust the direction of use at any time, it can be used both clockwise and counterclockwise directions.
  • 【Wide Application】 This Motorcycle torque wrench can be widely applied. It is suitable for nuts and bolts on various occasions, such as bike, motorcycle, car spark. Every torque wrench set includes a calibration certificate with traceable serial number.
SaleBestseller No. 10
LEXIVON Inch Pound Torque Wrench 1/4-Inch Drive | 20~200 in-lb/2.26~22.6 Nm (LX-181)
  • PRECISION - Ships pre-calibrated to +/- 4% accuracy and ready to use. Include calibration certificate with traceable serial number.
  • DURABLE - Reinforced ratchet gear head constructed from hardened, heat treated Chrome Vanadium alloy steel.
  • LONG-LASTING - Rust & corrosion protection with our unique and newly invented Electro-Black finish treatment.
  • PERFORMANCE - Features an easy-to-read, highlighted yellow print dual-range scale. Identify the markings even in low-light conditions.
  • COMFORTABLE - Comes with a reversible ratchet head that drives in both directions and measure torque in a clockwise direction.

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