Ford Motor Company has issued two safety recalls affecting more than 200,000 vehicles in North America.
The recall stems from problems with front power seats experiencing looseness in the 2016 Ford F-150 and Ford Explorer.
Ford said the vehicles affected are: the 2016 Ford F-150 vehicles built at the Dearborn Assembly Plant, the F-150 vehicles built at the Kansas City Assembly Plant, and the 2016 Ford Explorer vehicles built at the Chicago Assembly Plant.
In a press release, Ford said they are not aware that the faulty power seats have caused any accidents or injuries.
According to media reports, the Ford F-series of trucks comes in at number one on the list of top 20 best-selling cars and trucks in America.