Ford offers free repairs as Explorer exhaust complaints grow
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The watchdog group, Center for Auto Safety, says anything short of a recall is not enough.
In a major update about ourinto reports of carbon monoxide seeping into Ford Explorers, the automaker is now offering free repairs.
Affecting models from 2011 to 2017, 1.3 million owners of the popular SUV will begin receiving notices today.
But the automaker is stopping short of recalling the Explorer. The watchdog group, Center for Auto Safety, says anything short of a recall is not enough.
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