DETROIT (AP) — Ford is providing to examine and restore about 1.three million civilian variations of its Explorer SUV without charge to house owners in response to complaints of exhaust fumes leaking into passenger cabins.
The corporate maintains the automobiles are protected, however says it is going to do the work as a result of some clients are involved.
Ford says it’ll ship letters to house owners of 2011 by way of 2017 Explorers beginning the week of Nov. thirteen. Sellers will examine for leaks in rear carry gate gaskets and seal them if needed. They’ll additionally reprogram the air con to let in additional recent air.
Spokesman Mike Levine says the work will probably be completed no matter mileage or whether or not the SUVs are beneath guarantee.
U.S. security regulators are investigating complaints of exhaust fumes and carbon monoxide inside Explorers.