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Recall: No. 1 of 16
Recall Ref: R1996/095
Exact Model: All variants
Description: BRAKING SYSTEM MAY OVERHEAT
VIN:
Build Date: 29 April 1996 to 19 July 1996 (Setubal plant)
Numbers: 4004
Defect: Vehicles built during the period covered by the recall may have been fitted with a brake servo which incorporates an out of specification seal on the output shaft. This could result in excessive drag on the brake pushrod preventing the brake pedal returning to the fully released position and may cause overheating of the braking system.
Action: Recall the affected vehicles for the fitment of a supplementary return spring between the brake pedal and the brake servo housing.
Launch Date: 21 October 1996
   
Recall: No. 2 of 16
Recall Ref: R1998/93
Exact Model: ER
Description: ALTERNATOR WIRING CONNECTOR MAY FAIL WITHOUT ANY WARNING TO DRIVER
VIN: VG, VC, VK, VD, VE, WL & WY
Build Date: 1 August 1997 to 13 February 1998
Numbers: 286
Defect: The power supply of the vehicle can be disrupted without warning (the alternator warning light does not illuminate) due to a break in the wiring loom at the alternator connector.
Action: Recall affected vehicles and fit new wiring loom.
Launch Date: 13 November 1998
   
Recall: No. 3 of 16
Recall Ref: R/2007/133
Exact Model: FOCUS C-MAX S-MAX AND GALAXY
Description: IN LOW AMBIENT TEMPERATURE HARD BRAKE PEDAL MAY OCCUR
VIN:
Build Date: 01 Aug 2005 to 28 Dec 2006
Numbers: 17972
Defect: Hard brake pedal may occur in low ambient temperatures which is caused by a non return valve in the vacuum pump sticking.
Action: Recall the vehicles that are likely to be affected to fit a revised non return valve to the brake vacuum pump.
Launch Date: 05 December 2007
   
 

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