Ford Motor Co. said owners of new Escapes should not drive them because they can catch fire, according to a Thursday report.
The article said a fuel line on the sport utility vehicle could split, leak gasoline, and set fire to the Escape.
While there have reportedly been a few fires no one has been injured and, as long as the vehicle is not running, there is no danger of fire, according to the article.
Ford reportedly said dealers will bring a loaner car to those with the recalled vehicle and take their Escape in to be repaired.
Other Escapes are not at risk. Read more.
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