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Ford Motor Company is recalling 198,000 SUVs in the U.S. to replace an engine supercharger assembly after reports of 25 fires, Reuters reported, citing a company statement.

The recall applies to 2015-2017 Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator vehicles. Ford said there were three reports of fires involving property damage and one with minor injuries. Ford will notify owners starting September 12th.

The recall is not related to a safety recall approved in July for new 2021 Expedition and Navigator vehicles due to an engine compartment fire risk in the battery junction box, Ford said. Field data showed that the problem in the new recall affects vehicles with high mileage and operating time, the company said.

Ford also said it is recalling 1,175 2022 Mustang Mach-E electric vehicles because the right rear axle shafts may have been improperly manufactured and the part could break. Dealers will inspect and replace the right rear axles as needed.

Ford said it has no reports of faults among owners, but last month it was revealed that two vehicles were found at the Cuautitlan assembly plant in Mexico with broken right rear axle shafts.

Ford leads all automakers in the US with 52 separate recall campaigns covering about 7.4 million vehicles.

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