U.S. Reviewing Reports Of Exhaust-gas Leak In Ford Explorers
The National Highway Safety Traffic Administration said on Friday it was reviewing reports that exhaust gases, including carbon monoxide, may enter the passenger compartment of some Ford Explorers, a potential safety issue that has prompted customer complaints and a recent lawsuit. The agency said it was aware of complaints involving Ford Motor Co’s Explorers from model years 2011 through 2014 from owners who claim they experienced exhaust fumes or other strange odors in the cabin. In a statement, NHTSA said it was “reviewing all available data and will take appropriate action as warranted.”
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