FORD KUGA – OIL SUMP MAY CRACK DUE TO THE ENGINE OVERHEATING

Published on 5 August 2018
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FORD KUGA ( 13/10/2014 –  26/09/2015) DEFECT:  The engine control module calibration may not adequately detect an overheat condition in certain 2.0L Duratorq Diesel engines. In extreme cases an overheated engine can result in a breach of the oil sump leading to loss of the engine oil.


Remedy: Recall the vehicles that are likely to be affected and download revised software for the control module calibration that improves overheat detection and provides an instrument cluster warning indicator to the driver and engine de-rate strategy.





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Recall Launch Date 12/03/2018
Recall No R/2018/053
Make FORD
Model KUGA
Recall Model Information Focus C-MAX Kuga Mondeo Galaxy and S-MAX
Manufacturer Ref 17S45
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Build start 13/10/2014
Build end 26/09/2015
Vehicle numbers 48595

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