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Ford has issued the first-ever recall for its F-150 Lightning electric pickup truck.
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A spokesperson for the automaker told FOX Business that the vehicle's tire pressure monitoring system light may not illuminate when intended and may not be able to provide adequate warning of low tire inflation pressure.
"This is because the recommended tire cold inflation pressure value in the Body Control Module (BCM) was incorrectly set to 35 psi rather than the correct inflation pressure of 42 psi," the spokesperson explained. "Low tire inflation pressure may lead to poor vehicle handling and a possible loss of vehicle control, increasing the risk of crash."
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The safety compliance recall covers 2,666 vehicles in the U.S. and 220 in Canada in the 2022 model year with 20-inch or 22-inch all-season tires. There have been no accidents or injuries connected to the recall to date.
Ford has already started notifying dealers and impacted customers. Dealers will update the Body Control Module software for undelivered vehicles and customers who want the remedy immediately, which takes approximately 20 minutes to complete.
The company will also have the remedy available through a software update in 30 days for all current Lightning customers.