Ford Escape Recall, Ford Fusion Recall, Fire Danger

Vehicle Make / Model:   Model Year(s):
     FORD ESCAPE   2013
     FORD FUSION   2013
Manufacturer: Ford Motor CompanyReport Receipt Date: DEC 03, 2012
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 12V551000NHTSA Action Number: N/A
Potential Number of Units Affected: 80,057
  Ford is recalling certain 2013 Escape vehicles manufactured from October 5, 2011, through November 26, 2012 equipped with 1.6L engines; and 2013 Fusion vehicles manufactured from February 3, 2012, through November 29, 2012 equipped with 1.6L engines. The engines may overheat leading to fluid leaks that may come in contact with the hot exhaust system.
  Fluid leaks in the presence of an ignition source such as a hot exhaust system may result in a fire.
2013 Ford Fusion Recalled for Fluid and Fire Danger

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