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- LACK OF STEERING WHEEL RETURNABILITY OR VARYING EFFORTS ON LEFT HAND TURNS - BUILT ON OR BEFORE 06/29/2011 (DTP) OR 7/11/2011 (KCAP)
| Publication Date: August 25, 2011 |
Some 2011 F-150 vehicles equipped with electric power assist steering (EPAS) built on or before 6/29/2011 at Dearborn Truck Plant (DTP) or 7/11/2011 at Kansas City Assembly Plant (KCAP) may experience intermittent lack of steering wheel returnability, which may be described by a customer as varied steering effort, on left hand turns with small steering wheel angle inputs at speeds above 56 Km/h (35 MPH) and/or on long, sweeping freeway entry/exit ramps.
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