21C18 – Passenger Seat Belt Automatic Locking Retractor – 2021-2022 Ford Transit & 2021 Ford Transit Connect

2022 Ford Transit

July 30, 2021 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 21V592000 Seat Belt Locking Retractor Malfunction/FMVSS 208 An unsecured child restraint system can increase the risk of injury during a crash.   NHTSA Campaign Number: 21V592 Manufacturer Ford Motor Company Components SEAT BELTS Potential Number of Units Affected 42,493   Summary Ford Motor Company (Ford) is recalling certain 2021-2022 Transit and 2021 Transit ConnectRead more

6.2L/7.3L Engine – Illuminated MIL – DTC P0457 – 2021 Ford F-Super Duty/F-650/F-750 & 2021-2022 E-Series

2021 Ford F-Super Duty

NHTSA ID Number: 10194388 Manufacturer Communication Number: SSM 49778   Summary Some 2021 F-Super Duty/F-650/F-750 and 2021-2022 E-Series vehicles equipped with a 6.2L or 7.3L gasoline engine may exhibit an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble code (DTC) P0457 stored in the powertrain control module (PCM). This may be due to a loose fuel filler … Read more

Service Advance Trac Message With DTC C0051 And Inoperable Cruise Control – 2021-2022 Ford E-Series

2021 Ford E-Series

NHTSA ID Number: 10189583 Manufacturer Communication Number: SSM 49692   Summary Some 2021-2022 E-Series vehicles built on or before 09-Mar-2021 may exhibit a Service Advance Trac and Pre-Collision Assist Not Available message in the cluster with diagnostic trouble code (DTC) C0051 stored in the anti-lock brake system (ABS) module. Cruise control may also be inoperable. To correct … Read more

10R140 Automatic Transmission – Customer Perception Of Missing Shifts – Normal Skip Shift Strategy – 2020-2022 Ford F-Super Duty

2020 Ford F-Super Duty

NHTSA ID Number: 10203852 Manufacturer Communication Number: SSM 50259   Summary 2020-2022 F-Super Duty vehicles equipped with a 10R140 automatic transmission at times may exhibit a normal skip shift upshifting and downshifting strategy. Typical examples are 1-3 or 3-5 upshift or a 6-4 coasting downshift. This is a normal characteristic and no repairs should be attempted for … Read more