Thread regarding Ford layoffs

Why can’t Ford make locks that work?

The answer is that we want to sell you a subscription to the locks that DO work t9 keep intruders out of your vehicle.

Ford Motor Co. filed a report with federal safety regulators this month confirming that 53,103 four-door Bronco vehicles may have a faulty child lock.

The letter dated June 13 and sent to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, with another letter sent to Ford dealers said the child safety lock in the back seat on the passenger side only may indicate it is locked when it is not and allow children to open the vehicle door while inside.

Dealers who have orders pending but haven't delivered the vehicle yet have a stop order on delivery until the defect is fixed.

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Locks are hard. Hard to engineer and test. Locks have been around on cars so long and Ford cannot get it right, thats the proof right there that locks are hard.

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