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2019 Lincoln Nautilus steerage technology may no longer work on some SUVs

2019 Lincoln Nautilus  (picture: Lincoln Motor company)
Affected 2019 Lincoln Nautilus vehicles have been developed at Oakville meeting Plant, Sept. 5, 2018, to Nov. 19, 2018.
buyers will replace the energy steerage manage module software in affected cars, Ford referred to. The reference number for this recollect is 19S02.
New name and new looks and advanced usual safety points energy new luxurious SUV's appeal Mark Phelan, Detroit Free Press Auto Critic
Ford Motor Co. recalled about 2,seven hundred of its brand new 2019 Lincoln Nautilus luxury SUVs on Wednesday as a result of steering control expertise may additionally not work, which may increase the chance of crash.
The business said Wednesday that it isn't aware about any accidents or accidents.
a strong promoting aspect for the Lincoln Nautilus, which fees about $40,000, has been the lane-centering support and adaptive entrance guidance. however the cars may also not properly discover whether a driver has his or her fingers off the steerage wheel, which has led to this don't forget.
If the system fails, the car might also now not alert the driver to region his or her palms back on the steering wheel, which might enhance the possibility of a crash.
The recall affects about 2,700 Lincoln Nautilus vehicles in North america, together with 2,276 in the u.s. and federalized territories and 371 in Canada.


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