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Ford Everest (2017 – 2019)

Published on 26 April 2020

The transmission fluid pump gears could fail while driving and the Transmission Control Module (TCM) and Powertrain Control Module (PCM) might not report errors appropriately.

Consequently, the pressure of the transmission fluid could decrease, leading to an inadvertent loss of motive power and increasing the risk of accident.

The Ford Everest models affected by this recall were manufactured between 29. 11. 2017 – 15. 10. 2019.

Ford recall code: 20S10

Source: Rapex Alert 17/2020 A12/00593/20

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Type of alertSerious
MakeFord
ModelEverest
Production period29. 11. 2017 - 15. 10. 2019
RiskAccident
Type/number of modelIndividual type approval
Country of originSouth Africa
Alert submitted byUnited Kingdom
Products were found and measures were taken also insee the source
Measures taken by economic operatorsRecall of the product from end users
Published by Rapex2020-04-24 00:00:00

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