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Faulty headlights prompt Ford to recall 313K vehicles

A potential issue with the headlight of certain vehicle models has prompted Ford to recall 313,000 older sedans in the U.S., an article of USA Today reported on December 23.

In the documents submitted to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the recall covers the 2003-2005 models of the Mercury Grand Marquis and Crown Victoria. The headlights in the affected vehicles may reportedly turn off suddenly. The faulty headlights have already been linked to eleven car accidents so far. Investigators believe the problem is caused by faulty wiring connections inside the lighting unit of the vehicles that are prone to deterioration. Many of the recalled vehicles are still being utilized as police patrol vehicles, service vehicles, and taxicabs.

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