Ford recalls 1.3M F-150, Super Duty trucks in North America

2017 Ford F-150

Ford is recalling 1.3 million vehicles to fix a problem with doors and waterproofing

The recalled vehicles are model years 2015, 2016 and 2017 F-150 pickups, along with model year 2017 Super Duty pickups.

Ford said the cost of the new recall would be reflected in its fourth-quarter results.

Ford says it has no reports of accidents or injuries associated with the problem.

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The company's dealers will install water shields over door latches and inspect and fix door latch actuation cables if necessary free of charge to customers. If a person is able to open and close the door regardless of these conditions, the door may not latch properly and could pop open while driving, "increasing the risk of injury".

Customers will be notified by letter to let them know they are part of the recall beginning the week of November 13.

Weigandt said Ford's decision to issue a recall is driven by data.

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Affected vehicles include certain 2015-17 Ford F-150 and 2017 Ford Super Duty trucks. Ford said it continues to expect full-year adjusted earnings in the range of $1.65 to $1.85‍ per share.

The F-Series has been the company's best-selling vehicle, and the Super Duty, made exclusively at Kentucky Truck Plant, has helped prop up profits because consumers increasingly are opting for higher-end models of the work truck.

The recall affects Ford's F-Series pickups. It shares were flat at $12.20.

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