Ford Recalls Check

Find the latest news and information on recent Ford recalls

A VIN number, or Vehicle Identification Number is a 17-digit number, that serves as the car's unique identity code.
For most vehicles, you can find the VIN on your front driver’s side interior dashboard or the driver’s side door post. Alternatively, you may find it on the vehicle’s insurance and ownership documents.
Example: 1FTSS34S95HB24647

Ford produces a huge amount of vehicles every year and there are a lot of cars with defects among them, which are recalled to be repaired by the manufacturer.

But what if the car gets in an accident before the recall date, for instance? In such case it doesn't benefit anymore of a free repair by the manufacturer repair service so some irresponsible sellers or car dealers don't worry about the car being fully repaired.

They just don't want to spend too much money and just restore a few details here and there to be able to sell the vehicle at a good price.

You are not going to be a regular customer for them after all, right?

Maybe it's hard to believe for someone, but that's the reality we live in. Otherwise we wouldn't have cars with freezing accelerators or exploding engines on American roads.

What if the shiny car that you just bought breaks down and it turns out that you have to spend big money to restore it and keep it running? Or even worse. What if it breaks down while you are driving on high speed with other vehicles close to yours?

If you want to avoid taking such unnecessary risks, just perform a Ford recall check. You will not only be aware if the car had any recall and what happened after but also receive other useful information about the vehicle history.

Carrying out a recall check Ford is really fast, if you use the tool on our site. So, why don't you give it a try?

Ford Recall Information

To run a check for Ford recalls that involve the car you are evaluating and for its history in general, you just need its VIN number. This is a code of 17 characters which is used in the US to identify a specific vehicle (if it's shorter or longer, it means that the vehicle was not originally designed for the American market).

You can look out for the VIN number on several locations:

  • On the left-bottom corner of the windshield (usually on the outside);
  • On the door jamb on the driver's side;
  • In trailers, on the driver's side, on the side tongue or front part of the frame;
  • On the vehicle title or insurance.

We strongly suggest you also check whether the VIN on the car title and the one on the car parts match.

Checking the recalls with our tool will give you also the following information:

  • Car title, model, engine and body color.
  • Accidents and consequent repair history.
  • Financial issues that involve the vehicle, repossessions and liens included.
  • Car mileage reports (check if the number on the report matches with the one on the car odometer).
  • Records of damages by floods, fire or any other means.
  • Inspection history.

All this information comes from different sources that we have carefully selected. We use such databases like the NMVTIS, car insurance companies, car dealers, car auctions, repair stations and many more trustworthy sources.

If you have any doubt about privacy, no worries. The VIN that you will analyze can't be linked up to you and we don't keep any data about the device you use to connect to our service.

Buying that shiny car could be not such a great deal, after all (at least not for you). Why risk to shell out much more money than you thought when you can easily find out any information you need and prevent yourself from being fooled by some mindless sellers or dealers?

Don't play with your money, time and safety, check Ford recalls now with our tool!