Ford is Recalling Certain 2018 Vehicles Due to Incorrect Brake Hoses May Chafe

NHTSA Campaign Number: 18V104000
Manufacturer Ford Motor Company
Potential Number of Units Affected 88
Ford Motor Company (Ford) is recalling certain 2018 Ford Escape and Lincoln MKC vehicles. These vehicles may be equipped with incorrect front brake hoses that may chafe against other components, possibly resulting in a brake fluid leak.
Ford will notify owners, and dealers will inspect the brake hoses, replacing any that are incorrect, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin March 5, 2018. Owners may contact Ford customer service at 1-866-436-7332. Ford's number for this recall is 18S04.

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