Ford Motor Co. is calling back 424,164 ’00-’02 model Ford Taurus and Mercury Sable passenger cars with adjustable pedals because in some cases the brake pedal may be positioned too close to the accelerator, causing misapplication. Ford says manufacturing variability is to blame for the defect, which could be found on cars built between May 3, 1999 and Sept. 14, 2001. Ford will make adjustments to pedals on the cars as needed. The auto maker says no other vehicles offering the ...
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