Last week, Ford announced the recall of 425,000 minivans in 22 states. The recall includes Ford Windstar minivans from model years 1999 – 2003. The company reports that cold weather could cause parts to corrode and separate. If that were to happen, a driver could lose control of the vehicle and end up in a serious car accident. This is not the first time that Ford Windstars from these model years have had to be recalled for possible corrosion in cold weather.
Pennsylvania and neighboring states are part of the current recall. If you drive a 1999 – 2003 Ford Windstar that you are urged to see a dealer to have the problem fixed.
If you have been hurt because of a defective Windstar, our Pennsylvania accident lawyers encourage you to contact us for more information.