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Ford Recalling Lincoln SUVs With Push-Button Ignition

 Tuesday, January 6, 2015

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Ford is recalling about 13,500 2015 Lincoln MKC because drivers are shutting the vehicle off by mistake. Drivers are mistakenly touching the crossover SUV’s push-button ignition button while the car is driving, Ford found. The MKC has buttons to put the car in different gears, rather than a traditional gear shift. But drivers who are reaching for the “S” button to put the car in sport mode are sometimes hitting the adjacent start-stop button. The start-stop button is also next to the touch screen which controls the radio, bluetooth phone control and navigation system.
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