2017-19 Ford Ranger, Everest recalled

Ford has recalled the Ranger and Everest to fix a problem with the transmission fluid pump.

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More than 20,000 2017-19 Ford Ranger utes and 2018-19 Everest seven-seaters have been recalled to fix a problem with the transmission fluid pump.

According to Ford, the transmission fluid pump gear could fail while driving. If the problem occurs, the Ranger and Everest could suffer a loss of hydraulic fluid pressure in the transmission, which can make the car lose power.

If the car loses power while driving, there’s a risk of injury to the occupants and other road users.

  • A total of 15,924 examples of the Ranger and 5044 of the Everest are included in the recall
  • VIN lists for the Ranger and the Everest are attached
  • The original recall notice is attached here

Ford will contact owners of the affected vehicles and advise them to organise a free fix for the problem.

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