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Ford announced that it will recall over 150,000 select automobiles for air bag and rear suspension issues.WINTER STORM FORCES FORD TO SHUT NORTH AMERICAN PLANTSThe company is remembering 1,666 of its 2021 Bronco Sport cars due to rear suspension modules that might not be correctly connected.”Affected 2021 Ford Bronco Sport lorries were produced with rear suspension modules that may not be totally protected to the subframe,” the automaker stated in a news release. “Rear suspension modules with missing or loose bolts may impact the vehicles stability, increasing risk of a mishap, and may result in minimized rear-impact crash performance, increasing the risk of injury. “The recall impacts 1,640 cars in the U.S. and federal territories, 24 in Canada and 2 in Mexico. The automobiles were integrated in Mexico at Hermosillo Stamping and Assembly Plant from July 22 to Nov. 24, 2020. Ford said it is not knowledgeable about any accidents or injuries related to this problem. Dealers will confirm that the rear suspension bolts are protected properly and replace them, if necessary.GET FOX BUSINESS ON THE GO BY CLICKING HEREIn addition, Ford is issuing a recall for 154,224 cars that may contain formerly recalled Takata air bag modules installed as part of a crash or theft repairs.According to an examination by Ford, 1,117 vehicles that received accident or theft repairs may have used the outdated Takata air bag module after its recall was completed, consisting of 1,067 automobiles in the U.S. and federal areas, 49 in Canada and one in Mexico. The designs impacted by the recall consist of:2004 -11 Ford Ranger2005-14 Ford Mustang2006 Ford GT2008-12 Ford Fusion2009-11 Mercury Milan2010-12 Lincoln MKZ2007-10 Ford Edge 2007-10 Lincoln MKXMeanwhile, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is requesting that Ford recall 153,107 of its 2004-06 Ranger designs which may have been repaired using the outdated Takata airbag prior to its recall, consisting of 144,340 cars produced in the U.S. and federal areas, 8,762 lorries in Canada and 5 cars in Mexico.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE ON FOX BUSINESSFord is not familiar with any reports of accidents or injuries connected to this concern. Customers will receive notices starting the week of March 8 to visit their dealer for an evaluation and, if needed, will receive an airbag inflator replacement.