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Hand injuries in 2017 Ford Explorer trigger recall of 338,332 SUVs

USATODAY.com Friday, 13 September 2019 ()
Ford said Friday that the 2017 Ford Explorer "may have seat frames with sharp edges" that have reportedly injured passengers, prompting a new recall.
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News video: Ford Recalling 338,000+ 2017 Ford Explorers Due to Hand Injuries by Sharp Seat Frame Edge

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Ford is recalling more than 338,000 Ford Explorers due to possible sharp seat frame edges. Veuer’s Mercer Morrison has the story.

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