(Yicai Global) Jun 11 -- Ford Motor's China unit has issued a recall for around 11,000 imported Lincoln Continental cars due to a battery wiring issue that could cause damage to vehicle harnesses.
The car's battery wiring harnesses are in contact with the exhaust heat shield in the engine compartment, which may could cause damage, the Shanghai-based company said in its recall statement.
Ford will inspect the battery wiring harnesses of the cars and will replace those that are damaged. The carmaker will add two cable ties to the battery wiring harnesses in line with maintenance guidelines to ensure separation between the harnesses and heat shield. All cars in the current inventory will also be fixed.
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