Ford, over an issue with seatbelt installation, is recalling 16,430 F-150 SuperCab trucks from the 2021 model. Moreover, the webbing of the seatbelt may not have been correctly routing through the rubber trim sleeve. This is versus an anchor as it should have been. Then, in the instance of a crash, the seatbelt may be unable to properly restrain the driver and passenger. This does increase the likelihood of an injury.
Ford: Checking Front-Row Seatbelts
In fact, Ford is going to mail owners information advising and instructing them to check their front-row seatbelts. The catch is if the passenger seatbelt does not pass the test, then they should not drive with a passenger. If the driver’s seat has an issue, then they are told not to drive the truck that is until repairs are performing. All repairs are going to be done free of charge.
Recall for F-150 SuperCab Trucks
Ford F-150 SuperCab trucks are the recall designating for. Not regular-cab and crew-cab vehicles are affecting. The carmaker owners are asking to contact their dealership. Then have the truck towing to receive repairs or call the Ford toll-free number, (866-436-7332) for assistance.
Using your VIN (vehicle identification number), can be helpful in finding out if your vehicle has been recalling. You can look it up on the Ford website or on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recalls site.
Ford F-150 SuperCab Trucks Capability
Ford offers a hybrid powertrain with a strudy onboard generator, and it has an updated interior with a new infotainment system. As always, a lot of the F-150’s appeal comes from its seemingly boundless range of configurations. Whether you’re looking for a basic work truck, a fully loaded luxury cruiser, or a go-anywhere off-roader, there’s a version of the F-150 that will meet your needs and budget.