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Recall: No. 4 of 6
Recall Ref: R/2011/067
Exact Model: Focus and C-MAX
Description: RISK OF FIRE
VIN:
Build Date: 19 Feb 2004 to 25 Jan 2007( Focus), 1 Jun 2006 to 25 May 2007(CMAX)
Numbers: 26500
Defect: Due to high road salt usage in winter, the engine cooling fan module may suffer from corrosion and may overheat and ignite.
Action: Recall affected vehicles to modify wiring loom and to fit water shield to module.
Launch Date: 13 July 2011
   
Recall: No. 5 of 6
Recall Ref: R/2009/050
Exact Model: Focus, C-Max, S-Max, Kuga, Galaxy & Mondeo fitted with 2.0L Duratourq TDCi Engine
Description: HARD BRAKE PEDAL MAY OCCUR DURING ENGINE WARM UP
VIN:
Build Date: 1 November 2008 to 12 March 2009
Numbers: 13029
Defect: During engine warm up it is possible that the non return valve within the vacuum pump may stick. It is possible that if sufficient brake applications are made before the valve releases, the vacuum stored within the brake booster will be used up and a hard brake pedal and longer stopping distances may result.
Action: Recall the vehicles that are likely to be affected to fit a revised design of non return valve to the brake vacuum pump.
Launch Date: 21 May 2009
   
Recall: No. 6 of 6
Recall Ref: R/2011/040
Exact Model: Mondeo, Galaxy and C-Max
Description: HEADLIGHTS AND INDICATORS MAY MALFUNTION
VIN:
Build Date:
Numbers: 3
Defect: Vehicles affected could demonstrate symptoms such as headlamps and indicators flashing unintentionally and/or headlamps switching off. The concern is due to software errors.
Action: The vehicles that are likely to be affected are to be recalled to have modified software applied to the Body Control Module and Power Train Control Module.
Launch Date: 18 May 2011
   
 

Manufacturer contact details:
Ford Motor Company Ltd
Eagle Way, Brentwood, Essex, CM13 3BW
020 3564 4444
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