Automotive recall

Transport Canada Recall - 2022074 - FORD

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Light Truck & Van recalled by FORD
Vehicle - Powertrain
What to do

Please see corrective actions section below

Affected products

2017 | FORD | F-250 SUPER DUTY, 2017 | FORD | F-350 SUPER DUTY, 2018 | FORD | F-250 SUPER DUTY, 2018 | FORD | F-350 SUPER DUTY, 2019 | FORD | F-250 SUPER DUTY, 2019 | FORD | F-350 SUPER DUTY, 2020 | FORD | F-250 SUPER DUTY, 2020 | FORD | F-350 SUPER DUTY, 2021 | FORD | F-250 SUPER DUTY, 2021 | FORD | F-350 SUPER DUTY, 2022 | FORD | F-250 SUPER DUTY, 2022 | FORD | F-350 SUPER DUTY


On certain trucks, the insulation under the truck may loosen and damage the driveshaft. If this happens, the driveshaft could break and cause a loss of power to the wheels. A broken driveshaft could also contact the ground and cause a loss of control. Additionally, the truck could move when the transmission is in Park and the parking brake is not used.
Note: This recall only affects certain SuperCab and Crew Cab models equipped with a gas engine and an aluminum driveshaft.

Safety Risk:
A loss of power to the wheels or a loss of control could increase the risk of a crash. A parked vehicle that rolls away could also create the risk of an injury or a crash.

Corrective Actions:
Ford will notify owners by mail and instruct you to take your truck to a dealer to add new attachments for the underbody insulators. The dealer will also inspect the driveshaft for damage and repair it, as necessary.

Additional information


Visit Transport Canada’s Motor Vehicle Safety Recalls Database for the original recall.

Original published date:
Alert / recall type
Automotive recall
Vehicles - Light Truck & Van
Published by
Transport Canada
General public
Identification number
Transport Canada ID

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