There are good reasons the expression “the wheels have come off” inspires trepidation and possibly terror. When accompanied by highway speeds, such partings can be deadly. This is why Ford has recalled nearly 129,000 2010-11 Ford Fusions and Mercury Milans. Defective wheel studs could cause wheels to come loose and fall off. Fusions and Milans Read on! →


Ford is recalling late model versions of its rear-wheel drive vehicles, including the Mustang, F series pickups and Expedition SUV, among others. The issue is with a transmission sensor that is not calibrated correctly, which can cause the reverse gear to malfunction. Back that thing up Ford, according to USA Today, has announced a recall Read on! →


Several U.S. and off-shore-based automakers have announced recalls this week for issues affecting the transmission, head restraints and brake lights. Nissan recall The U.S. arm of Nissan Motor Co. is recalling some 2012 Versa models over issues with the transmission that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says could cause collisions or be a threat Read on! →


Ford Motor Company announced Monday that it will be recalling 1.1 million pickups, including the F150, its most popular model in the U.S. The recall concerns corrosion of the fuel tank straps. If the fuel tank falls, there is a risk of fire. Investigation by auto safety regulator The recall comes following a 2010 investigation Read on! →


Ford has announced recalls of the Escape SUV and the Freestar and Mercury Monterey vans, covering almost 500,00 vehicles. The Escape is affected by a brake issue, and the Freestar and Monterey have an issue with the torque converter. Ford Escape has leaking master cylinder The Ford Motor Company, according to the Washington Post, has Read on! →


The Ford Motor Company has announced a recall of more than 140,000 F-15o trucks because of an airbag defect in the 2004 and 2005 F-150 models. This is the second recall of the most popular vehicle in the United States in the past six weeks. The newest recall concerns faulty wires that can cause the Read on! →