Customer complaints began coming in years ago to Ford and the NHTSA about the throttle defects. Read more
The Ford throttle body lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California - Janis Benkle, et al. v. Ford Motor Company. Read more
Ford Motor Co. is also having to face claims by nine classes that it sold vehicles with faulty touchscreen systems that failed often. Read more
The jury’s award includes actual damages to compensate his wife and the couple’s four grown children for his wrongful death. Read more
“Ford has known about this problem since at least 2008 as a result of a number of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) complaints.” Read more
Seven automakers have added nearly 4.4 million vehicles in the United States to the huge Takata air bag inflator recall. Read more
Ford sold 225,012 of the affected vehicles in the United States, 43,682 in Canada and 402 in Mexico. Read more
A federal judge in California has rejected an attempt by Ford Motor Co. to deflect implied warranty claims in a proposed class action. Read more
NHTSA has asked Ford to provide a great deal of information by the 20th of this month regarding quality control during the trucks' design and production. Read more
According to NHTSA records, only one driver has reported injury from the possible defect, which was caused when a door rebounded when pushed to close and struck the driver. Read more
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