Ford Edge, Lincoln MKK Recall

An improper fuel tank weld that could lead to a fire has been discovered in some new Ford Edge and Lincoln MKK vehicles, causing Ford to recall a number of the "crossover" models.

Federal safety investigators announced that the fuel tank weld fixture may have been "exposed to a contaminant" during production that could result in a fuel tank leak. Leaking fuel can cause a fire, obviously.

Ford dealers will replace the damaged tanks during the recall.

Not sure if you're Ford Edge or Lincoln MKK is covered by this recall? Call your local Ford dealer and find out.

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