Ford Recalls 1.9 Million Explorers for ‘Flying Trim’

A piece of “flying trim” has Ford recalling nearly 2 million Explorer SUVs.

The NHTAS says a faulty clip can cause a piece of trim to come loose and fly off, potentially endangering other cars on the road.

A total of 164 complaints have been filed over the issue.

The recall applies to 1.9 million Explorers, with model years 2011 through 2019.

Ford estimates that only 5% of vehicles will be affected.

Owners will be notified beginning March 13th.

Shouldn’t the notices go out, faster?  How often do you trade in your vehicle for a new one?

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