US auto safety regulators likely to investigate Ford over power-loss reports

Corporate developments

NHTSA said it has received two complaints alleging a loss of power or transmission torque of the rear wheels in Explorer vehicles that had received a recall fix

According to a Reuters report dated June 24, US auto safety regulators are going to investigate Ford Motor's prior recalls of 710,000 Explorer sport utility vehicles (SUVs) over power-loss reports to determine if the fix is adequate.

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