— A 2019 Ford Edge recall is in the works as the automaker says dealerships will need to possibly replace the driver's side seat belt pretensioner assemblies if they fall within certain production dates.
Ford says more than 400 model year 2019 Ford Edge SUVs are affected, with 366 vehicles recalled in the U.S. and 65 recalled in Canada.
The seat belt assembly may not restrain a driver in a crash because the seat belt pretensioner anchor wasn't properly crimped.
The Edge SUVs were built between September 18 and 19, 2019, and no reports of crashes or injuries have been received.
Ford didn't say when the 2019 Edge recall will begin, but dealerships will inspect the driver's side seat belt pretensioner assemblies to determine if any components need to be replaced.
Customers may call 866-436-7332 and use recall reference number 19S37.