Ford to recall 185,000 trucks to inspect steering


DETROIT, May 23 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. said on Friday it would recall 185,000 pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles to inspect a steering part that might have been improperly installed and could lead to a loss of control. Ford said the action covered 1997 model year F-150 and F-250 pickups, as well as Ford Expedition SUVs. It said it has three reports of accidents with two reports of minor injuries relating to the problem. The automaker said an intermediate steering shaft yoke may ...

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