Ford is recalling about 2 million pickup trucks due to an issue with seat belts that could cause a fire.
DETROIT, MI - JANUARY 11: Ford introduces the F150 Raptor at the North American International Auto Show on January 11, 2016 in Detroit, Michigan. The show is open to the public from January 16-24. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
The call covers 2015-2018 Ford F-150 Regular Cab and SuperCrew Cab Trucks.
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According to Ford, the seat belts pretensioners spark when deployed. A pretensioner is the device that locks the seat belt in place in the event of a crash or a short stop.
Ford says the sparks caused by the pretensioners could catch fire when coupled with gas exhaust.
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So far, Ford says there have been 17 reports of smoke or fire caused by the issue, but no accidents or injuries have occurred.
Affected vehicles include:
Ford will make the necessary changes to the trucks at no cost to customers.
Read Ford's full press release on the recall here.