If you have a newer model of a Ford F-150 pickup truck, you should be aware of a major recall.

According to WGRZ, Ford is recalling nearly 170,000 F-150 pickup trucks because of a loose cable that can cause stalling or even fires.

The models in question are 2019 and 2020, built starting June 24th to October 1st. The positive battery terminal fastener may not be properly secured, resulting in a malfunction in power braking, steering assist and instrument panel displays.

Owners will be notified by November 25th. Dealers from there will fix the problem.

Read the story at WGRZ.


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