Ford recalling 2010 Fusion, Explorer & Milan
Ford is recalling 33,256 cars in the United States, including the 2010 Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan twins as well as all variants of the 2010 Ford Explorer and Mercury Mountaineer SUVs, because front seats and head rests may collapse back during a crash.
The voluntary recall affects only 2010 editions of the Explorer, Explorer Sport Trac, Mountaineer, Fusion and Milan models, according to the U.S. NHTSA safety agency.
The affected seats manually recline and will be replaced by manual seats without the defect or even with power seats.
There have been no reports of injuries due to the defect. The automaker will notify owners by April 30 to bring their cars to dealers for free repairs. About 80 cars are affected in the UAE.