Ford Edge Door Locks with “Door Ajar” Failure – Class Action Investigation
McCuneWright is currently investigating a class action lawsuit against Ford for alleged failure of the door locking mechanism and sensor in certain model year 2011-2013 Ford Edge vehicles. It is alleged that these models may contain a defect predisposing the vehicle to display a “Door Ajar” message even when the door is closed. As a result, the door ajar lights located on the instrument clusters stay on all the time even when all doors are closed and fully latched, leaving owners questioning if the doors are really closed. This in turn may cause the vehicle’s battery to completely drain and result in premature battery replacement. Unfortunately, Ford often declines to repair and/or replace the defective locking mechanisms and sensors under warranty. As a result, current and former owners and lessees may be forced to pay for such repairs out-of-pocket.
If you have experienced door lock and/or door sensor failure with your Ford Edge vehicle, please contact the lawyers at McCuneWright LLP by filling out the form to the right.
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