Kia and Lincoln recall 21,178 of their cars

Kia and Ford have announced recalls of a total of 21,178 vehicles in the United States. Starting with Kia, the company is recalling 18,224 Stinger vehicles manufactured between September 29, 2017, and January 20, 2021, equipped with the 2.0-liter Theta II engine due to a potential high-pressure fuel pump issue that could result in power loss.

On the other hand, Ford is recalling 2,941 Lincoln Aviator PHEV vehicles produced between June 18, 2019, and May 23, 2022, as well as 13 Explorer PHEV vehicles manufactured between December 1, 2019, and December 12, 2021. This recall is related to potential high-voltage battery issues that could lead to a short circuit, potentially causing the battery to deactivate completely, resulting in power loss and an increased risk of accidents.

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