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NHTSA Launches Investigation into 154 Complaints of Exhaust Fumes Inside Ford Explorers

The New York Times reports the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is conducting an investigation involving more than 600,000 Ford Explorers, in model years 2011 to 2015, due to 154 reported complaints of exhaust odor inside the vehicle during times when the car was driven in full throttle or when the air-conditioning was in re-circulation mode. Tech Times adds that in the past Ford has issued two technical safety bulletins to alert dealers to the possibility of this problem, however, unlike a recall TSBs do not require car owners to be notified of the issue. The NHTSA investigation could lead to a recall of these Ford Explorers.

From the news release of the American Association for Justice.

Bob Kraft

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