Ford Is Recalling Certain Vehicles Due To Driveshaft May Separate From Rear Axle

NHTSA Campaign Number: 20V099000
Manufacturer Ford Motor Company
Components POWER TRAIN
Potential Number of Units Affected 319
Ford Motor Company (Ford) is recalling certain 2020 F-550 and 2021 E-350 and E-450 vehicles. The rear axle differential fluid may be below the minimum level, possibly resulting in a failure of the rear axle assembly and driveshaft separation.
Ford will notify owners, and dealers will inspect the rear axle differential fluid level and adjust it, or replace the rear axle as necessary, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin March 23, 2020. Owners may contact Ford customer service at 1-866-436-7332. Ford's number for this recall is 20S09.
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