Recall Alert: Ford, Acura Recall More Than 3,500 Vehicles

Ford and Acura are the latest vehicles to be recalled, following reports of loose bolts in certain Acura models and faulty fuel lines affecting some Fords.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has recalled 27,933 Ford Edge Crossovers from 2012-2013. Only those vehicles with the smaller, 2.0-liter turbocharged EcoBoost engines are affected. These vehicles contain a damper in the fuel line housing due to faulty manufacturing, which could leak and cause the vehicle to catch on fire.

Acura is also recalling vehicles due to faulty manufacturing; so far, the brand has recalled 7,387 of its flagship RLX sedans from 2014. The recall concerns a loose bolt that connects a piece of the rear suspension to the car’s frame. This bolt could become loose during transportation to dealerships.

Keep yourself up-to-date on all vehicular recalls by visiting the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s website.

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