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Recall List for the 2011 Ford F-150

Official recalls have been issued for the 2011 Ford F-150 by the NHTSA. The complete details of all recalls are listed below, along with what they cover and the recommended solutions.

Recalls don't cost you anything to get fixed, but most are time-limited, so if your car is affected you should call your local Ford service department immediately!

If you have questions about a recall, write down your VIN & then call Ford customer service.

  1. RECALL: Unexpected Transmission Downshift

    An unexpected downshift into first gear can cause the vehicle to slow down suddenly without warning and the rear tires may slide or lock, increasing the ... Read more »

    Date Announced
    APR 27, 2016
    Vehicles Affected
    153,581
  2. RECALL: "Prndl" Illumination And Backup Lamp Activation

    If this condition exists, the transmission may not go into reverse or when the driver pushes the shift lever in the reverse R position and the vehicle's ... Read more »

    Date Announced
    MAY 03, 2012
    Vehicles Affected
    10,500
  3. RECALL: Transmission Shift Lever

    This will allow the operator to inadvertently shift the vehicle into gear without the brake pedal being depressed, increasing the risk of a crash or injury ... Read more »

    Date Announced
    DEC 08, 2011
    Vehicles Affected
    16,091
  4. RECALL: Body Control Module

    If an electrical short develops, an overheating condition may occur which could result in a vehicle fire. Read more »

    Date Announced
    FEB 24, 2011
    Vehicles Affected
    8,022
  5. RECALL: Body Control Module

    If an electrical short develops, an overheating condition may occur which can result in an unattended vehicle fire. Read more »

    Date Announced
    DEC 29, 2010
    Vehicles Affected
    14,737

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