— A 2019 Lincoln Nautilus recall has been ordered by Ford for nearly 2,700 vehicles equipped with lane-centering assist and adaptive front steering.
The automaker says there are problems with the hands on/off detection systems used to alert drivers to get their hands on the steering wheels.
About 2,276 of the vehicles are located in the U.S. and another 371 are recalled in Canada, and all were built from September 5, 2018, to November 19, 2018.
Ford says it is unaware of any crashes or injuries caused by the hands on/off systems, but dealers will need to update the power steering control modules to ensure drivers receive adequate warnings.
Customers with questions should call 866-436-7332. Ford's recall number is 19S02.
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