Ford calls 6,000 vehicles in Mexico Review
MEXICO CITY (EFE) - Ford said Wednesday that 6,089 of its vehicles sold in the Mexican market suffer damage, so called for its immediate repair. In a statement, the company said that models with defects in the Mexican market are Explorer Police Interceptor and the years 2011-2013. The flaw in these models is related to the springs that control the inner door handles, so that they may open in case of a collision. He also called for repair in 54 of its models F-Series and F-Series Super Duty 2011-2013, used as ambulances. The flaw in this case is related to the exhaust temperature sensors, which could cause the vehicle erroneously identify high temperatures. The automaker said that in neither case is aware of accidents or injuries related to these flaws. The call for reparation for the Mexican market is part of a notice of defects in North America, involving just over 220,000 vehicles sold in the three countries in the region.