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Ford Frenzy: Recall Leaves 1.8 Million Vehicles Facing Pit Stop

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Ford Motor is recalling 2.24 million older Explorer sport utility vehicles worldwide due to potential issues with trim retention clips.

The recall covers model years 2011 through 2019 and includes 1.89 million SUVs in the United States.

The company stated that it is unaware of any crashes or injuries related to the recall.

Owners of affected vehicles may notice gaps or hear rattles from the A-pillar area.

Ford will inspect and replace the A-pillar trim as necessary.

The issue was first raised in 2018, and after a review, Ford initially determined no recall was needed.

However, following further investigations, the recall was initiated.

NHTSA highlighted the road safety hazard posed by the trim detachment while driving.

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