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Car and Driver: Ford Recalls 225,000 F-150 Pickups for Faulty Brakes

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2014 Ford F-150 Tremor

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Ford is recalling 225,012 F-150 pickups in the U.S. for front brakes that may weaken or fail, the company said Wednesday.

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The 2013–2014 F-150 has a master cylinder that can leak brake fluid into the booster and compromise the front brakes. The rears will remain unaffected, Ford says. Only EcoBoost models with the 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6 need their brake master cylinders replaced, and if fluid has leaked, their brake boosters, too. Dealers will start repairs at an unspecified date.

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Ford says it knows of nine accidents and one separate injury related to the defect. In April, Ford recalled the 2011–2012 F-150 for transmission problems and the 2016 F-150 in February for airbag sensors.

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