Home/Car News/Ford/Focus

2019 Ford Focus recalled

The MY19 Ford Focus range has been recalled for a potential stalling issue, affecting more than 2700 vehicles in Australia.

3 weeks ago
Comments
Previous News
Honda debuts electric SUV e concept, plug-in CR-V in China
Honda debuts electric SUV e concept, plug-in CR-V in China
James Wong
Journalist

Ford Australia has issued a recall for 2787 examples of the MY19 Focus small car over concerns of a wiring fault that could lead to the engine stalling.

According to the Blue Oval, “the transmission stud may chafe on the engine wiring loom, the engine warning light may also illuminate”.

“Damage to the wiring loom may lead to reduced engine power and engine stall. This can increase the risk of injury and death of vehicle occupants and other road users in an accident,” Ford Australia adds in its recall notice.

  • 2787 vehicles affected by this recall
  • Vehicles available for sale between 28 September 2018 and 22 May 2019
  • VIN list attached here
  • Original recall notice attached here

Owners of the affected Focus vehicles will be contacted by Ford Australia, and requested to arrange the inspection and repair of their vehicle with their preferred dealer.

Find your nearest Ford dealer via the online look-up tool, or call 1800 503 672 for more information.


Share

Link copied!
Next News
2018-19 Peugeot Expert recalled
2018-19 Peugeot Expert recalled