Dearborn, MI – June 18, 2022 – Ford (NYSE:F) is recalling 5,247 vehicles whose labels are missing tire information. This could lead to improper tire inflation or the use of incorrect tires or rims, increasing the risk of a crash and injury.
The recall includes the following models:
- 2022 Ford F-250 Super Duty
- 2022 Ford F-350 Super Duty
- 2022 Ford F-450 Super Duty
- 2022 Ford F-550 Super Duty
- 2022 Ford F-600 Super Duty
- 2023 Ford E-Series
- 2022 Ford Transit
Also included in this recall is a small number of the following:
- 2017 Ford Super Duty F-450
- 2019 Ford Super Duty F-450
- 2021 Ford Super Duty F-350
- 2021 Ford Transit
The component in question is the safety certification label, with part number 5U5A-3520472-AA.
The subject vehicles received safety certification labels with missing information pertaining to the tire size, rim type and recommended tire pressure for the front and rear wheels. The issue has been attributed to a supplier error.
Missing tire information could lead to an incorrect tire or rim being installed or incorrect tire pressure. This increases the risk of a crash.
Other recent Ford truck recalls
This is not the first recall that the F-250, F-350, F-450 and F-550 Super Duty vehicles have been subjected to in recent months. In May, the 2020 models were recalled due to an increased risk of rollaway.
Also in same month, the 2022 F-150 trucks were recalled over airbags that may fail to deploy.
In early 2021, Ford had a similar issue with incorrect tire information on labels. That Ford tire recall included nearly 10,000 F-350 trucks.
Ford and Lincoln dealers will replace the safety certification labels at no cost. Owners will be notified of the repair program between June 27, 2022 and July 01, 2022.
Is your vehicle part of this recall?
More than 5,000 Ford vehicles are included in this recall. To perform a Ford recall check on your vehicle, use MotorSafety’s free vehicle lookup tool.