Ford announced that more than 400,000 F-Series trucks will be recalled to remedy a motor heater failure.
Fox News reports that 2015-2019 F-150 and 2017-2019 F-Concerns are series of super-duty models with block heaters. The parts are either repaired or replaced.
Ford announced the recall on Friday, saying that the 410,289 F-Series trucks are equipped with engine block heaters due to a fire risk.
Another 463,793 trucks in Canada are also present in dismissal.
Ford said it knew of three fires but no accidents or injuries related to it.
Water and contaminants can corrode, damage, and short-circuit the splice connector of the heating cable. Ford says it's just a danger if the truck is connected to a power outlet.