As all know Ford Motor Company is the third large manufacturer of cars from the United States. The signing of the blue oval has managed, in its years of history, be a reference on aspects such as security, or the manufacture of vehicles. In this case, until the great crash of 2007 get her in trouble as of its neighbouring General Motors or Chrysler decided to put the scissors and make tough but necessary adjustments.
Mercury was a firm “semi premium” that was halfway between Lincoln and Ford. He problem of this brand is that never was capable of lifting passions between them customers of United States and finally ended up disappearing. However, before his death could share various models with Ford and now, by a problem in your system of braking is sees resurrected to solve this inconvenient in security.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) the previous Ford Fusion (our Mondeo) and Mercury Milan have been called to review for possible faults in the braking system. According to the Security Agency probe that records the parameters of the ABS could fail if it does not detect well on that surface is circulating the vehicle. Models that have been called upon to review are those that they were manufactured between 2007 to 2009 and in principle only units that were sold in the United States are affected.
Ford said that three accidents have happened, but in which there have been no victims of great importance. Upon notification of these incidents opened an incidence and these cars ABS module must be checked. In addition, both models were called to review because of the airbags of the manufacturer Takata. Finally, units manufactured between the years 2010 and 2011 were withdrawn from the market that its fuel tank could crack and cause a fire.
Signature and NHTSA will be responsible for calling the owners so they pass through the closest shop to check the car. As always, this preventive measure will not have any cost for customers.
Source – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)