DEARBORN, Michigan — Ford is recalling 39 2016 Ford Fusion midsize sedans because of a problem with the driver seat-track assembly, the automaker said.
"In certain vehicles, the seat-mounting bracket attachment to the seat-track rail may have been improperly welded, resulting in reduced seat-track strength," Ford said in a statement.
There are no accidents or injuries linked to the recall.
The affected vehicles were built at Hermosillo Assembly Plant from March 10, 2016 through March 16, 2016.
Ford spokesman John Cangany told Edmunds all of the affected Fusions are either in transit or at dealer locations.
Edmunds says: These Ford Fusions will be repaired before they get into the hands of customers.