22N01 – Rear Wheel Knuckle Replacement – 2011-2017 Ford Explorer

2017 Ford Explorer

NHTSA ID Number: 10208271 Manufacturer Communication Number: 22N01 Summary This program provides a no-cost, one-time repair (if needed) to the rear wheel knuckles for six (6) months from the Repair Order (RO) opening date for field service actions 21S32 or 21S43 provided that the RO opening date occurs on or before July 31, 2023. This is a … Read more

15B32 – Traffic, Directions, and Information Application Update – 2015-2016 Ford & Lincoln

Ford & Lincoln

NHTSA ID Number: 10204993 Manufacturer Communication Number: CSC15B32 Summary Demonstration/Delivery Hold – Customer Satisfaction Program 15B32 Certain 2015 Model Year F-150, MKS, and 2016 Explorer, F-Super Duty, and     PROGRAM TERMS   This program will be in effect through April 15, 2016.  There is no mileage limit for this program.   AFFECTED VEHICLES Vehicle  Model Year Assembly … Read more

SSM March 2016 – Ford & Lincoln

Ford & Lincoln

NHTSA ID Number: 10204994 Manufacturer Communication Number: Service Summary Online automotive service information system for March 2016       45681 2016 Transit vehicles with dual sliding side doors are intentionally equipped with a grab handle on the passenger side b-pillar but no grab handle on the driver side b-pillar and is not a mis-built condition.   … Read more

21M01 – Reductant Heater and Sender Assembly Repair – 2013-2016 Ford F-250-F-550

2016 Ford F-Super Duty

NHTSA ID Number: 10206862 Manufacturer Communication Number: 21M01 Summary Customer Satisfaction Program 21M01 Certain 2013-2016 Model Year F-250F-550 Vehicles Equipped with a 6.7L Diesel Engine – Reductant Heater and Sender Assembly Repair     PROGRAM TERMS This program extends the warranty coverage of the reductant heater and sender assembly to 11 years of service or 120,000 miles … Read more

Inoperative Roof Opening Panel Motor – 2011-2022 Ford Explorer, 2020-2022 Lincoln Aviator

2022 Ford Explorer

NHTSA ID Number: 10207049 Manufacturer Communication Number: SSM 50379 Summary Some 2011-2022 Explorer and 2020-2022 Aviator vehicles may experience an inoperative roof opening panel motor. If diagnostics lead to a motor replacement, visually inspect the original motor for signs of water intrusion. If found, determine source of water leak prior to replacing the motor. Refer to Workshop … Read more