Ford Issues Recall for Fuel Tank Leaks. Potential Ford Lemon Law Claims

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Ford Motor Company announced the recall of over 3,000 vehicles due to a potential fuel tank leak.  Leaking fuel and cars pose a substantial risk not only to drivers and passengers in these Ford vehicles, but also to other cars on the road. A car leaking fuel poses a very real risk of fires.
Ford has announced that they are recalling over 3,000 vehicles due to a defective seal in the fuel tank, which is not strong enough to support the fuel in these vehicles.  The vehicles affected by this potential fire hazard are the 2013 Ford Explorer, the 2012 Ford Taurus, and the 2012 Lincoln MKS.  If you are driving any of these Ford vehicles and have had issues with your fuel system, it is possible you are driving a Ford lemon.

To date Ford has not reported any injuries or fires due to this Ford defect, but Ford customers are urged to take their potential Ford lemon into their local dealership as soon as possible to get this issue repaired.  Ford will repair this seal at no cost to the Ford customer.

If you own or lease Ford or Lincoln and have has any issues with your fuel system, and have taken your vehicle in for multiple repairs, you could have a valid lemon law claim and you could actually be driving a Ford lemon or Lincoln lemon.  If you have experienced any problems with your Ford or Lincoln, you should contact the Lemon Law Experts of Consumer Law Experts for a free case evaluation today.