Ford Issues Sunroof Recall

Ford recently issued a recall on more than 5,000 of its Transit Connect vans made from 2014 to 2017 with panoramic sunroofs. The auto manufacturer stated the sunroofs could leak or even detach from the vans, in a press release.

According to Ford, the problem is the bond between the panoramic roof and the body of the Transit Connect vehicle. The recall includes 5,088 Transit Connects in the U.S. and 45 in Canada, according to the company’s release.

The recalled vans were manufactured July 17, 2014, to October 1, 2016. Auto glass shops working on the impacted vehicles can assure their customers that their sunroof glass will be removed, cleaned and reinstalled at no cost to them. Ford did not provide the recall’s start date.

Auto glass shops who’s customers have additional questions about the recall can contact Ford’s customer service center at 866-436-7332. Ford’s recall reference number is 20S2.

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3 Responses to Ford Issues Sunroof Recall

  1. jeremy Brodecki says:

    My 2017 F-150 sunroof became stuck open and I water flood the interior and pour out of the overhead lighting control box. I called to schedule a repair and had to wait 5 days, through hurricane Zeta, with more flooding before I could get it in the shop. There is a service bulletin issues for this problem and a F-150 forum with data to support around 52% of trucks with this roof have this problem but Ford acts like they’ve never heard of it before. It’s not only damaged my interior and cause me many cold days of driving with the roof open, but potentially damaged the interior electronics and costs a fortune to repair.

  2. Irwin says:

    Is there a recall on f150 sunroof ?

  3. Jessie Ewing says:

    My panoramic roof is leaking also on my 2016 f150 also

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