Safety Recall


Important Safety Recall Information 

(Ford Motor Company Limited) Canada recently announced a safety recall on Ford vehicles. Years involved are certain 2018 Model Expedition, F-150 and F-650 - F-750 Trucks. (Note: Photo may not depict exact trim levels affected by the Safety Recall)

Regardless of where you purchased your Ford, anyone wanting to know if their vehicle is affected can submit the last eight digits of their VIN below. (Vehicle Identification Number)

To find out if your vehicle is affected by this recall, please complete the form below and submit the last eight digits of your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number. We'll contact you to followup on your inquiry. 


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Questions? (877) 203-8476

NOTE: If you own a Ford vehicle you believe may be affected by any other recall, you can use the same form above to find out.

Owner Notification Mailing Schedule: Owner letters are expected to be mailed mid April 2018. If you receive a letter and you no longer own the vehicle, please contact us immediately below.


What Is The Safety Recall?

On some of the affected vehicles, a clip that locks the gear shift cable to the transmission may not be fully seated. Over time, a partially seated clip or a clip that becomes dislodged may allow the transmission to be in a gear state different from the gear shift position selected by the driver. The Ford reference number for this recall is 18S10.

What Sherwood Ford Will Do:

Dealers will inspect and verify that the shift cable locking clip was properly installed. If the clip is not properly seated, technicians will adjust the shifter cable and secure the locking clip at no cost to the customer.

What You Must Do To Ensure Your Safety:

The parking brake should be applied whenever the vehicle is parked prior to the vehicle repair.  

Where To Find The VIN On Your Ford:

A VIN is the unique identifier for your vehicle. It contains 17 characters composed of numbers and capital letters. The VIN number on your Ford is located on a metal tag affixed above the instrument panel or in your vehicle documentation (registration or insurance policy).