Ford has launched a recall involving about 12,300 Ford F-150 vehicles made in 2015.
The recall involves a shaft issue that could result in the loss of steering control, according to Ford. There is a chance the upper I-shaft was riveted incorrectly, which could cause it to separate.
Dealers are being told to inspect, and if necessary, replace the upper I-shaft assembly, free of charge to customers.
Injuries or accidents:
One report of loss of steering has been linked to the issue so far but no injuries or accidents as of yet, according to Ford.
The recall is set to begin on May 18. Owners should receive their notices in the mail sometime this month.
Number of Models Affected:
Approximately 12,328 vehicles are affected by the recall in North America.
Who to call?
Owners can reach Ford at 1-866-436-7332.