2013 Ford Fusion Recalled for Headlight Issue

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Ford has announced another recall for the Fusion sedan, this time the problem is found with the car’s headlights.
"The affected vehicles may not have had the low beam headlamp projector coating properly cured during its manufacturing process," said the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA).

Given enough time, he headlights will become hazy, reducing the brightness of the low-beam bulbs, according to the NHTSA.

To fix the problem, ford will have to replace your headlights, free of charge of course. A total of 19,106 Fusion models regardless of engine or trim level will have to be fixed. They were built between February 3, 2012, through October 20, 2012.

This is the second recall for the new Fusion sedan in about a week. At the end of last month, Ford had to recall 15,833 sedans powered by the new 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine due to a fire risk.
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