NHTSA Website - Bronco Specific Issue

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https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls

Click "Vehicle" and then search for "2021 Ford Bronco"

Three results come up and you can see the various numbers or recalls, complaints and manufacturer communications.

For a couple of months now when trying to access any of the information for the full size Bronco; all I get is "Hmm.... something went wrong. We're having technical problems. Refresh the page or try again later. "

I can see there are 6 or 7 new manufacturer communications since the last time I was able to access and I'm quite curious to see what they are....

I have no issues accessing the manufacturer communications for any other vehicle, including the Bronco Sport on the NHTSA website.

Is there any other way for the public to access these communications without having to ask the dealer, or is the NHTSA the only public channel for these?


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I smell a coverup!
For what it's worth, I reworded my post slightly and sent the following email to the webmaster.

I'll update if I get a response.


Good Afternoon,

Below is how to replicate an issue I'm having on your website.

https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls

Click "Vehicle" and then search for "2021 Ford Bronco"

Three results come up and you can see the various numbers of recalls, complaints and manufacturer communications.

For a couple of months now, when trying to access any of the information for the full-size Bronco; all I get is "Hmm.... something went wrong. We're having technical problems. Refresh the page or try again later. "

I own a 2021 Ford Bronco 2 door and I can see there are 6 or 7 new manufacturer communications since the last time I was able to access the information. I'm extremely curious to see what they are if they relate to any of the issues I'm currently experiencing with the vehicle.

I have no issues accessing the manufacturer communications for any other vehicle, including the 2021 Bronco Sport on the NHTSA website.

I just wanted to bring this to your attention, especially if it's unintended behavior as it has persisted for months now.

Thanks,
 

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https://api.nhtsa.gov/vehicles/byYm...e=FORD&model=BRONCO&trim=SUV&series=4WD&name=

JavaScript:
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50314",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10204041,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with the 2.3L engine may exhibit a red brake warning lamp and/or brake system warning message in the instrument panel cluster (IPC) with a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) P050F in the anti-lock brake system (ABS) module and a firm brake pedal. This may be due to contamination in a brake booster vacuum line. To correct this condition, replace the vehicle's vacuum hose (MB3Z-2420-A). Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 206-09 for installation instructions. For claiming, use casual part 2420.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-30T05:00:00Z",
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      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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      "name": "SERVICE BRAKES",
      "description": "030000 BRAKES (PWS)"
    }
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50306",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10204040,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2018-2021 EcoSport, Expedition, Navigator; 2019-2021 Ranger; 2020-2021 Escape, Corsair, Explorer, Transit; 2021 Bronco, Bronco Sport, Edge, Nautilus, F-150, Mustang; 2019-2022 Transit Connect; 2020-2022 Aviator, F-Super Duty; and 2022 Maverick vehicles may exhibit an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) P0496, P0456, P0455, P04F0, and/or P0451. Ford has tested returned EVAP canister purge valves and found them to be fully functional. Prior to replacing the canister purge valve or other EVAP components, perform the following tests using the Ford Diagnosis and Repair System (FDRS) Scan Tool: Full System EVAP Leak Test - FDRS Location: TOOLBOX > PCM > PCM - Evap Emissions System Test and the EVAP Purge Valve Leak Test - FDRS Location: TOOLBOX > PCM > Evap Emission System Toolbox > CPV Check.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-23T05:00:00Z",
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50296",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10204036,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Ranger and Bronco vehicles built on 15-Jun-2021 and through 15-Aug-2021 may exhibit an illuminated anti-lock brake system (ABS) warning indicator lamp with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) C003A, C0036, C0037, and/or C0039 stored in the ABS control module. This may be due to damage or movement of the ABS tone ring on the rear axle. Remove the ABS sensor and inspect the rear ABS tone ring for damage or movement from its original position. If movement or damage has occurred, refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 205-02 to complete the service procedure for axle shaft replacement. If no movement has occurred, refer to WSM, Section 206-09 for normal diagnostics.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-17T05:00:00Z",
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}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2403",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10203652,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may experience a water leak that originates from the left and/or right A-pillars and/or the windshield header. This may be due to excessive gaps in the body seams from the factory. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reseal the affected body gaps and replace the front header seal.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-16T05:00:00Z",
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      "name": "STRUCTURE",
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}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50271",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10203861,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 F-150/Mustang Mach-E/Bronco/Edge/Nautilus customers may experience an inoperative FordPass/LincolnWay app, features in FordPass/LincolnWay are not functioning and/or the customer cannot pair the FordPass/LincolnWay mobile app to the vehicle. If the telematics control unit (TCU) on the vehicle does not exhibit any diagnostic trouble codes (DTC), but the customer is running into these app concerns, this may be due to poor cell signal getting to the TCU. The TCU - Provisioning Application on the Ford Diagnosis and Repair System (FDRS) scan tool will provide cell signal strength information that can help to diagnose the source of the poor cell signal. If poor cell signal is found, refer to WSM 415-00 to help identify an antenna concern. Be sure the vehicle is an open environment.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-08T05:00:00Z",
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      "id": 178,
      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
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      "name": "COMMUNICATION",
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50272",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10203863,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco, Edge/Nautilus customers may be unable to authorize the FordPass/LincolnWay app and the Enable Connected Services prompt is not showing in the SYNC screen with no diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) present in the telematics control unit (TCU) or the gateway module A (GWM). Before any repair attempts, try to authorize the vehicle via FordPass/LincolnWay app in order to verify the concern is still present. If the concern is present, make sure the GWM is at the latest software level. Start a new FDRS session and make sure the TCU is at the latest software level. If no software updates are available, remove the TCU and GWM fuses to reset the modules. Make sure the customer is able to authorize the vehicle from FordPass/LincolnWay to confirm the repair. If the concern is still present, follow normal diagnostics in Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 415-00.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-08T05:00:00Z",
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      "description": "118000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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      "id": 81,
      "name": "COMMUNICATION",
      "description": "346000 COMMUNICATION"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "4WP.09.17.21 DN",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10203792,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Dealer notification executed in conjunction with manufacturer communication 4WP.09.17.21",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-04T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 315,
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}
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2366",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202712,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a 2.7L EcoBoost engine and built on or before 01-Sep-2021 may exhibit an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) P2096 and/or P2098 stored in the powertrain control module (PCM). This may be due to various software parameters within the PCM and/or a catalyst monitor sensor. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reprogram the PCM.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-21T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 194,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
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    }
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
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  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202712&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "21B49-S1",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202718,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Certain 2021 Model Year Bronco Vehicles Equipped with a Hard Top Roof Roof Panel Delamination REASON FOR THIS SUPPLEMENT Technical Information - Dealership: Updated with revised directions regarding hard top panels and rear cap assembly disablement and photo submission requirement. As a result, the Labor Allowances have also been updated.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-20T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162900 STRUCTURE"
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      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
    },
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      "id": 639,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY",
      "description": "356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY"
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  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202718&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50210",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202643,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles built on or before 14-Sep-2021 may experience a loss of power when driving with various illuminated warning indicators displayed in the instrument panel cluster (IPC). This may be due to an improper seating of the wiring harness push pins to the driveshaft loop which can cause an interference condition between the rear driveshaft and the 14405 harness near the C2370/C350 connector. If suspected, inspect the harness and connector for damage and repair as necessary. Once inspected and/or repaired fully, seat the harness push pins to the driveshaft loop.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-18T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 548,
      "name": "ENGINE",
      "description": "060000 ENGINE (PWS)"
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    {
      "id": 644,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "117000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    },
    {
      "id": 213,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
      "description": "105300 POWER TRAIN"
    }
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202643&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50203",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202632,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2019-2021 Ranger vehicles built on or before 09-Aug-2021 and 2021 Bronco vehicles may experience a loss of power when driving in freezing temperatures with an illuminated malfunction indication lamp (MIL) and/or powertrain malfunction indicator (wrench) lamp with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) P2111, P2112, and/or P2119. This may be due to water or ice buildup in the intake manifold behind the throttle body. If suspected, remove the throttle body and inspect for the presence of water or ice in the base of the intake manifold. If water or ice is found, replace the intake manifold with part number KB3Z-9424-B and crankcase vent oil separator hose, part number LB5Z-6A664-D. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM) Sections 303-01 and 303-08. For claiming, use causal part number 9424 and applicable labor times from Section 09 of the Service Labor Times Standard (SLTS) Manual.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-15T04:00:00Z",
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      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
      "description": "100000 POWER TRAIN"
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      "name": "ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING",
      "description": "060000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING"
    }
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
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  "associatedProductsCount": 4,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202632&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50201",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202630,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco, Edge and Nautilus customers may be unable to authorize the\r\nFordPass/LincolnWay app and the Enable Connected Services prompt is not showing in the SYNC\r\nscreen with no diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) present in the telematics control unit (TCU) or the\r\ngateway module A (GWM). Before any repair attempts, try to authorize the vehicle via\r\nFordPass/LincolnWay app in order to verify the customer concern is still present. If the concern is\r\npresent, make sure the GWM is at the latest software level, and then make sure the TCU is at the\r\nlatest software level. If no software updates are available, remove the TCU and GWM fuses to reset\r\nthe modules. Make sure the customer is able to authorize the vehicle from FordPass/LincolnWay to\r\nconfirm the repair. If the concern is still present, follow normal diagnostics in Workshop Manual\r\n(WSM), Section 415-00.",
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      "id": 178,
      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
      "description": "980000 UNKNOWN OR OTHER"
    },
    {
      "id": 81,
      "name": "COMMUNICATION",
      "description": "346000 COMMUNICATION"
    }
  ],
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202630&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2352",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202709,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos built on or before 24-Aug-2021 may exhibit a whistle noise coming from the front center of the vehicle and/or the climate control housing. This may be due to the sealing on the climate control case. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to apply butyl tape to cover small holes in the fresh air inlet door.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-14T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 312,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
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      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202709&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2354",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202711,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles built on or before 23-Aug-2021 may experience a charging system fault message displayed in the instrument panel cluster (IPC) and diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) U012D, U0284 and/or U0285 stored in the powertrain control module (PCM). This may be due to water intrusion in the active grille shutter connector. To correct this condition, follow the Service Procedure to inspect for water intrusion in the active grille shutter harness connector and repair as needed.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-14T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 194,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202711&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202711&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50199",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202627,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos equipped with the Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond and/or Badlands trim levels built on or before 23-Jun-2021 may exhibit a whistle type noise coming from the drivers side mirror area of the vehicle. This may be caused by an excessive gap between the exterior mirror cover and glass housings. If the source of the noise is coming from the drivers door mirror assembly an updated exterior mirror cover is available to correct this condition.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-13T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 621,
      "name": "VISIBILITY",
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
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  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202627&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2345",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202706,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with the Big Bend or Outer Banks trim levels built on or before 06-Aug-2021 may exhibit a whistle noise originating from the front of the hood area when traveling at speeds above 30 mph (50 km/h). If the whistle noise can be eliminated by taping off the gap between the hood and grille opening, this condition may be due to the hood seal design. To correct this condition, replace the hood seal with the improved hood seal.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-11T04:00:00Z",
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      "id": 321,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202706&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50184",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202622,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco/F-150/Explorer/Aviator/Police Interceptor Utility vehicles, excluding hybrid, may exhibit harsh or delayed engagement/shift concerns. Most concerns may be addressed with the PCM/TCM Transmission Accelerated Main Control Break In Routine. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 307-01, DTC Chart and/or Diagnosis By Symptom to identify the clutch(s) to be cycled. This routine cycles the shift solenoids and clutch control valves to remove contamination that may be sticking the valves and must be performed along with an adaptive drive cycle before attempting internal service. Although this routine was developed for low mileage vehicles, it\u001as usage is being expanded for various symptoms across the life of the vehicle.For claiming, use causal part 7A100 and applicable labor operations in Section 7 of the Service Labor Time Standards (SLTS) Manual.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-08T04:00:00Z",
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      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
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}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50169",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202611,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with front parking aid sensors and a Ford Performance and/or aftermarket winch may inhibit the front parking aid sensor warning system and cause it to activate. As a resolution, the front sensors must be turned off by performing the following from the touchscreen; 1. Press Features on the touchscreen. 2. Press Driver Assistance > Park Aid Sensors > Front On, Rear On. 3. Front Sensors (Always) Off > Park Aid Sensors > Front Sensors (Always). Note: trying to adjust the location of the sensor will not resolve this concern. If the front sensors do not stay off after each key cycle monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-04T04:00:00Z",
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      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2339",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202702,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a soft top roof may experience paint scratches on the sports tube due to contact with the soft top roof frame during the open and close operation. This may be due to a lack of protective measures installed on the soft top roof frame. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to apply protective hook and loop fasteners to sections of the soft top roof frame.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-01T04:00:00Z",
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      "description": "162900 STRUCTURE"
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      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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      "name": "EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY",
      "description": "356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "21B49",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201909,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Certain 2021 Model Year Bronco Vehicles Equipped with a Hard Top Roof Roof Panel Delamination; In all of the affected vehicles, the exposed or unsealed edges on the molded in color hard top roof may cause an unsatisfactory appearance when exposed to extreme water and humidity. This concern is strictly an appearance issue as the function of the roof is uncompromised.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-30T04:00:00Z",
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      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
      "description": "980000 UNKNOWN OR OTHER"
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      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162000 STRUCTURE"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50149",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201602,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with front and rear parking aid sensors may set diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) for all 8 parking aid sensors and/or circuits. This may be due to the software within the parking aid module (PAM). To correct the condition, reprogram the PAM using the latest software level of the appropriate Ford diagnostic scan tool. For claiming, use causal part 15K866 and applicable labor operations in Section 10 of the Service Labor Time Standards (SLTS) Manual. After PAM programing check for DTCs and correct as necessary.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-24T04:00:00Z",
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      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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      "id": 639,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY",
      "description": "356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50148",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201601,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may experience multiple warning indicators / messages displayed in the instrument panel cluster (IPC) and/or multiple communication fault diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) setting in and/or related to the HS2-CAN modules. This may be due to a loose and/or improperly seated connector C210. If the vehicle exhibits the above conditions, access and inspect connector C210 for proper attachment and/or damage and repair as necessary. To access the connector, remove the right side lower cowl side panel (follow Workshop Manual, (WSM) Section 415-00 > Removal and Installation > A-Pillar Speaker, Steps 9-10) and the glove compartment (follow WSM Section 501-12 > Removal and Installation > Glove Compartment). If this fault persists, refer to WSM Section 418-00A and continue with normal diagnostics.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-24T04:00:00Z",
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      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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      "id": 639,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY",
      "description": "356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY"
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201601&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2297",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201624,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2020-2021 Explorer/Aviator and 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit an illuminated airbag warning indicator with diagnostic trouble code (DTC) B1404:13 and/or B1407:13. This may be due to contamination and relative movement in the connection between the wiring harness and the side airbag. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure steps to replace the affected connector with a service pigtail and the affected side airbag.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-13T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 70,
      "name": "AIR BAGS",
      "description": "143300 AIR BAGS"
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    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50084",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201578,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco 5 door models equipped with a hard top roof configuration may exhibit poor Sirius XM satellite radio reception and or signal loss in rural areas with dense foliage, tall buildings, or other similar obstructions. No additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution to improve this condition that is expected to be available for service in January 2022. In addition, if the vehicle is equipped with the optional factory roof rails and crossbars this may further degrade the reception. Removing the roof rails and crossbars may improve reception performance. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-03T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
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  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2285",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201065,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a hard top may exhibit a loose and/or sagging headliner. This may be due to the factory installation process. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to re-adhere the headliner.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-31T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 312,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "160000 STRUCTURE"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201065&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50064",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201034,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2013-2021 Ford and Lincoln vehicles may exhibit noise when the brakes are applied. When diagnosing and repairing brake noise conditions, use the Workshop Manual (WSM) and the appropriate pinpoint test in section 206-00. The brake rotors should only be machined if directed by the WSM because one or more of the following conditions are present on the braking surface: scoring, excessive corrosion/rust or pitting, bluing/discoloration and/or heat spots. For additional information, refer to WSM section 206-00.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-25T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 541,
      "name": "SERVICE BRAKES, ELECTRIC",
      "description": "031110 SERVICE BRAKES, ELECTRIC"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50065",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201025,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco 5 door models equipped with a hard top roof configuration may exhibit poor Sirius XM satellite radio reception and or signal loss in rural areas with dense foliage, tall buildings, or other similar obstructions. No additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution for this condition that is expected to be available for service in January 2022. In addition, if the vehicle is equipped with the optional factory roof rails and crossbars this may further degrade the reception. Removing the roof rails and crossbars may improve reception performance. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-25T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "353400 EQUIPMENT"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
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  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50045",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201015,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2018-2021 Ford/Lincoln vehicles equipped with a wireless charging pad may exhibit an inoperative charging pad, slow charging, a notification that the phone has been mispositioned on the charging pad and/or the phone charging icon in the center screen is not showing. This may be due to the customer's phone if they are using an iPhone 12. Vehicles equipped with a wireless charging pad are designed to charge best with phones that follow the Qi standard. The iPhone 12 hardware currently does not follow the Qi standard for wireless charging. This may make it difficult for Ford and Lincoln vehicles to wirelessly charge this specific phone. The phone can still be charged using the USB cable if the vehicle experiences the above symptoms. If the customer is using an iPhone 12, verify the wireless charging pad works with a Qi certified phone prior to any part replacements.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-17T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201015&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201015&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "OTA SU1-Bronco",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200902,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Software Update 1 (SU1) for 2021 Model Year Bronco vehicles is now available.  Involves: Zone Lighting Battery Drain, Remote Start Battery Drain, Contrast improvements to analog rear view camera",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-12T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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    {
      "id": 451,
      "name": "BACK OVER PREVENTION",
      "description": "280000 BACK OVER PREVENTION"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200902&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200902&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "21B49",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201082,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "In all of the affected vehicles, a quality concern on the molded-in color hard top roof was identified during our quality inspections. This concern is strictly an appearance issue as the function of the roof is uncompromised. The exposed or unsealed hard top edges may cause unsatisfactory appearance when exposed to extreme water and humidity.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-12T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 312,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "160000 STRUCTURE"
    },
    {
      "id": 569,
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      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201082&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201082&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50029",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200997,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos equipped with the Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond and/or Badlands trim levels may exhibit a whistle noise coming from the drivers side mirror area of the vehicle. This may be due to an excessive gap between the exterior mirror cover and the glass housing. This condition does not affect vehicle durability and no additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution for this condition that is expected in October 2021. Replacement of the mirror and/or mirror cover will not resolve this condition. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule service appointments for customers once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-10T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 620,
      "name": "VISIBILITY",
      "description": "135000 VISIBILITY"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200997&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2262",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200741,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a 2.3L engine may exhibit an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) P0300, P0301, P0302, P0303 And/Or P0304. These DTCs may be caused by the powertrain control module (PCM) configuration related to the fuel injector operation. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reprogram the PCM.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-10T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 552,
      "name": "ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING",
      "description": "060000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200741&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200741&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50005",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200991,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit a side door window that gets hung up on the upper door weatherstrip when opening the door causing resistance to opening. This may be due to an incorrect alignment of the side door and/or window. To correct this condition, ensure no damage exists to the door, latch or related components and make necessary repairs before continuing. If concern persists, perform the Up/Down, Fore/Aft Adjustment (steps 1-15), refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 501-11, Front/Rear Door Window Glass Adjustment Procedure. If the concern has not been resolved, perform Pinpoint Test K located in Section 501-11 of the WSM.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-04T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 608,
      "name": "VISIBILITY",
      "description": "130000 VISIBILITY"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200991&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200991&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50003",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200986,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit a creak/pop type noise when any of the side doors are opened and closed. This may be due to incorrect door installation, alignment and/or incorrect tightening of the two bolts which hold the door to the vehicle body. To correct this condition, inspect for and address any damage to the door and/or latch components, then remove and reinstall the suspect door following the instructions located in the Digital Owners Manual, Removable Vehicle Components > Removable Doors > Removing and Installing the Doors. In this section you \u001all also find a detailed tutorial video of the process. If the noise persists, perform the Front/Rear Door Alignment procedure located in the Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 501-03 Body Closures.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-04T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 312,
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
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  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200986&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2251",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200737,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles built on or before 09-Jul-2021 may exhibit an intermittent No Key Detected message displayed in the instrument cluster followed by a double horn chirp immediately after starting the vehicle. This may be due to a software parameter in the driver door module (DDM) and/or the passenger door module (PDM). To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reprogram the DDM and PDM.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-02T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 749,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "114600 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200737&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200737&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49979",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10199513,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with Big Bend and Outer Bank trim levels may exhibit a whistle noise originating from the front of the hood area when traveling at speeds above 30 mph (50 Km/h). If the whistle noise can be eliminated by taping off the gap between the hood and grill opening, this condition may be due to the hood seal design. Hood seal replacement will not resolve this condition. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and Ford is currently working to release an improved seal design that will be available in October 2021. Follow up with the customer to schedule an appointment once OASIS confirms part availability.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-07-26T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 388,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "114100 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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      "description": "162820 STRUCTURE"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10199513&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10199513&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49920",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10199494,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with front and rear parking aid sensors may set diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) for all 8 parking aid sensors/circuits if 2 or more rear parking aid sensors/circuits have a concern. This is due to the software within the parking aid module (PAM), and module replacement will not resolve this condition. If the PAM sets DTCs for all 8 parking aid sensors/circuits, diagnose the rear parking aid sensor and circuit DTCs first. Reference Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 413-13A for parking aid diagnostic information. Ford is currently working on a software update that is expected to be available August 2021. The customer can continue to drive the vehicle and schedule a follow-up appointment for October, when software is expected to be available. Follow up with the customer to confirm the appointment once OASIS confirms software availability.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-07-01T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
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      "id": 672,
      "name": "PARKING BRAKE",
      "description": "054000 PARKING BRAKE"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49925",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10199498,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with exterior zone lighting may experience an intermittent single hazard lamp flash when hazards are off. This condition is due to the body control module (BCM) software. This condition occurs when zone lighting is activated then deactivated while the engine is OFF, or during an engine auto-start-stop event. This condition may be temporarily suppressed by activating then deactivating the zone lighting feature while the engine is running. Module replacement will not resolve this condition. Ford is currently working on a software update that is expected to be available October 2021. The customer can continue to drive the vehicle and schedule a follow-up appointment for October, when repairs are expected to become available. Follow up with the customer to confirm the appointment once OASIS confirms software availability.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-07-01T00:00:00Z",
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      "id": 407,
      "name": "EXTERIOR LIGHTING",
      "description": "120000 EXTERIOR LIGHTING"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49928",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10199500,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Mustang Mach-E, F-150, Edge/Nautilus or Bronco vehicles equipped with SYNC 4 may have a customer symptom of the SYNC voice commands being activated without pushing the steering wheel switch. This may be due to the feature called Wake Word within SYNC 4. This feature allows the driver to activate the SYNC 4 system without pushing the steering wheel switch. Under the touchscreen Settings > Voice Settings the preferred Wake Word can be changed. The feature can also be disabled if the customer does not want the SYNC voice commands being activated without touching the steering wheel switch. This feature is not a defect. Do not submit a claim for this condition.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-07-01T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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      "id": 715,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
      "description": "102640 POWER TRAIN"
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  "associatedProductsCount": 6,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10199500&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49911",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10198654,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos equipped with exterior zone lighting may experience an intermittent single hazard lamp flash when hazards are turned off. This condition is due to a software issue within the vehicles body control module (BCM). This fault is induced anytime a customer activates then deactivates exterior zone lighting lamps while the engine is OFF. This may generate a single hazard lamp flash when the engine is shut off or during an engine auto-start-stop event. Inform customers that this condition can be temporarily corrected by activating then deactivating the exterior zone lighting feature while the engine is running. Engineering is currently working on new software to correct the condition that is expected to be available in October 2021. Let the customer know they can continue to drive the vehicle and schedule a follow-up appointment for repair in November 2021. Monitor OASIS for updates.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-06-25T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10198654&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10198654&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49909",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10198652,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit a No Key Detected message displayed in the instrument cluster followed by a double horn chirp immediately after starting the vehicle. The condition is due to a software issue in the driver door module (DDM) and/or the passenger door module (PDM). Replacement or reprogramming of the DDM and/or PDM will not resolve the issue. This condition does not affect vehicle durability and no additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution for this condition that is expected to be available for service in July 2021. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-06-24T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49895",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10198649,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with front and rear parking aid sensors may set diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) for all 8 parking aid sensors and/or circuits if 2 or more rear parking aid sensors and/or circuits have a fault. This is due to the software within the parking aid module (PAM). If the PAM sets DTCs for all 8 parking aid sensors and/or circuits, diagnose the rear parking aid sensor and circuit DTCs first. Reference Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 413-13A for all parking aid diagnostic information. An update to the PAM software will be available in August 2021. Monitor OASIS for updates.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-06-18T00:00:00Z",
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    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10198649&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10198649&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "20B56",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10184651,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "There is expected to be a low number of vehicles found with a concern door handle.  In some of the affected vehicles, the interior door handle may have excessive material present on the door handle cavity. This can cause the door handle cable to bind during operation.  If the cable binds, it may result in a door that cannot be opened from the inside. The door can still be opened using the exterior door handle. It is also possible that the door cannot be closed. If the door will not close, the instrument cluster will illuminate with a Door Ajar warning",
  "communicationDate": "2020-12-21T00:00:00Z",
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      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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      "id": 317,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162310 STRUCTURE"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50314",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10204041,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with the 2.3L engine may exhibit a red brake warning lamp and/or brake system warning message in the instrument panel cluster (IPC) with a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) P050F in the anti-lock brake system (ABS) module and a firm brake pedal. This may be due to contamination in a brake booster vacuum line. To correct this condition, replace the vehicle's vacuum hose (MB3Z-2420-A). Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 206-09 for installation instructions. For claiming, use casual part 2420.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-30T05:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    },
    {
      "id": 547,
      "name": "SERVICE BRAKES",
      "description": "030000 BRAKES (PWS)"
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10204041&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10204041&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50306",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10204040,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2018-2021 EcoSport, Expedition, Navigator; 2019-2021 Ranger; 2020-2021 Escape, Corsair, Explorer, Transit; 2021 Bronco, Bronco Sport, Edge, Nautilus, F-150, Mustang; 2019-2022 Transit Connect; 2020-2022 Aviator, F-Super Duty; and 2022 Maverick vehicles may exhibit an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) P0496, P0456, P0455, P04F0, and/or P0451. Ford has tested returned EVAP canister purge valves and found them to be fully functional. Prior to replacing the canister purge valve or other EVAP components, perform the following tests using the Ford Diagnosis and Repair System (FDRS) Scan Tool: Full System EVAP Leak Test - FDRS Location: TOOLBOX > PCM > PCM - Evap Emissions System Test and the EVAP Purge Valve Leak Test - FDRS Location: TOOLBOX > PCM > Evap Emission System Toolbox > CPV Check.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-23T05:00:00Z",
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      "id": 552,
      "name": "ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING",
      "description": "060000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10204040&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10204040&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50296",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10204036,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Ranger and Bronco vehicles built on 15-Jun-2021 and through 15-Aug-2021 may exhibit an illuminated anti-lock brake system (ABS) warning indicator lamp with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) C003A, C0036, C0037, and/or C0039 stored in the ABS control module. This may be due to damage or movement of the ABS tone ring on the rear axle. Remove the ABS sensor and inspect the rear ABS tone ring for damage or movement from its original position. If movement or damage has occurred, refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 205-02 to complete the service procedure for axle shaft replacement. If no movement has occurred, refer to WSM, Section 206-09 for normal diagnostics.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-17T05:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 547,
      "name": "SERVICE BRAKES",
      "description": "030000 BRAKES (PWS)"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10204036&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 2,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10204036&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2403",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10203652,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may experience a water leak that originates from the left and/or right A-pillars and/or the windshield header. This may be due to excessive gaps in the body seams from the factory. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reseal the affected body gaps and replace the front header seal.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-16T05:00:00Z",
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      "id": 323,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162900 STRUCTURE"
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10203652&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10203652&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50271",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10203861,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 F-150/Mustang Mach-E/Bronco/Edge/Nautilus customers may experience an inoperative FordPass/LincolnWay app, features in FordPass/LincolnWay are not functioning and/or the customer cannot pair the FordPass/LincolnWay mobile app to the vehicle. If the telematics control unit (TCU) on the vehicle does not exhibit any diagnostic trouble codes (DTC), but the customer is running into these app concerns, this may be due to poor cell signal getting to the TCU. The TCU - Provisioning Application on the Ford Diagnosis and Repair System (FDRS) scan tool will provide cell signal strength information that can help to diagnose the source of the poor cell signal. If poor cell signal is found, refer to WSM 415-00 to help identify an antenna concern. Be sure the vehicle is an open environment.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-08T05:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 178,
      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
      "description": "980000 UNKNOWN OR OTHER"
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      "id": 81,
      "name": "COMMUNICATION",
      "description": "346000 COMMUNICATION"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50272",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10203863,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco, Edge/Nautilus customers may be unable to authorize the FordPass/LincolnWay app and the Enable Connected Services prompt is not showing in the SYNC screen with no diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) present in the telematics control unit (TCU) or the gateway module A (GWM). Before any repair attempts, try to authorize the vehicle via FordPass/LincolnWay app in order to verify the concern is still present. If the concern is present, make sure the GWM is at the latest software level. Start a new FDRS session and make sure the TCU is at the latest software level. If no software updates are available, remove the TCU and GWM fuses to reset the modules. Make sure the customer is able to authorize the vehicle from FordPass/LincolnWay to confirm the repair. If the concern is still present, follow normal diagnostics in Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 415-00.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-08T05:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 399,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "355200 EQUIPMENT"
    },
    {
      "id": 178,
      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
      "description": "980000 UNKNOWN OR OTHER"
    },
    {
      "id": 655,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "118000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    },
    {
      "id": 81,
      "name": "COMMUNICATION",
      "description": "346000 COMMUNICATION"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "4WP.09.17.21 DN",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10203792,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Dealer notification executed in conjunction with manufacturer communication 4WP.09.17.21",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-04T04:00:00Z",
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    {
      "id": 315,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162200 STRUCTURE"
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      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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}
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2366",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202712,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a 2.7L EcoBoost engine and built on or before 01-Sep-2021 may exhibit an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) P2096 and/or P2098 stored in the powertrain control module (PCM). This may be due to various software parameters within the PCM and/or a catalyst monitor sensor. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reprogram the PCM.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-21T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 194,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
      "description": "103100 POWER TRAIN"
    },
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      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    }
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202712&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202712&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "21B49-S1",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202718,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Certain 2021 Model Year Bronco Vehicles Equipped with a Hard Top Roof Roof Panel Delamination REASON FOR THIS SUPPLEMENT Technical Information - Dealership: Updated with revised directions regarding hard top panels and rear cap assembly disablement and photo submission requirement. As a result, the Labor Allowances have also been updated.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-20T04:00:00Z",
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      "id": 323,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162900 STRUCTURE"
    },
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      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
    },
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      "id": 639,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY",
      "description": "356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY"
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202718&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202718&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50210",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202643,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles built on or before 14-Sep-2021 may experience a loss of power when driving with various illuminated warning indicators displayed in the instrument panel cluster (IPC). This may be due to an improper seating of the wiring harness push pins to the driveshaft loop which can cause an interference condition between the rear driveshaft and the 14405 harness near the C2370/C350 connector. If suspected, inspect the harness and connector for damage and repair as necessary. Once inspected and/or repaired fully, seat the harness push pins to the driveshaft loop.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-18T04:00:00Z",
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      "id": 548,
      "name": "ENGINE",
      "description": "060000 ENGINE (PWS)"
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    {
      "id": 644,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "117000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    },
    {
      "id": 213,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
      "description": "105300 POWER TRAIN"
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202643&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202643&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50203",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202632,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2019-2021 Ranger vehicles built on or before 09-Aug-2021 and 2021 Bronco vehicles may experience a loss of power when driving in freezing temperatures with an illuminated malfunction indication lamp (MIL) and/or powertrain malfunction indicator (wrench) lamp with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) P2111, P2112, and/or P2119. This may be due to water or ice buildup in the intake manifold behind the throttle body. If suspected, remove the throttle body and inspect for the presence of water or ice in the base of the intake manifold. If water or ice is found, replace the intake manifold with part number KB3Z-9424-B and crankcase vent oil separator hose, part number LB5Z-6A664-D. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM) Sections 303-01 and 303-08. For claiming, use causal part number 9424 and applicable labor times from Section 09 of the Service Labor Times Standard (SLTS) Manual.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-15T04:00:00Z",
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    {
      "id": 192,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
      "description": "100000 POWER TRAIN"
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      "id": 552,
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      "description": "060000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING"
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202632&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50201",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202630,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco, Edge and Nautilus customers may be unable to authorize the\r\nFordPass/LincolnWay app and the Enable Connected Services prompt is not showing in the SYNC\r\nscreen with no diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) present in the telematics control unit (TCU) or the\r\ngateway module A (GWM). Before any repair attempts, try to authorize the vehicle via\r\nFordPass/LincolnWay app in order to verify the customer concern is still present. If the concern is\r\npresent, make sure the GWM is at the latest software level, and then make sure the TCU is at the\r\nlatest software level. If no software updates are available, remove the TCU and GWM fuses to reset\r\nthe modules. Make sure the customer is able to authorize the vehicle from FordPass/LincolnWay to\r\nconfirm the repair. If the concern is still present, follow normal diagnostics in Workshop Manual\r\n(WSM), Section 415-00.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-14T04:00:00Z",
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      "id": 178,
      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
      "description": "980000 UNKNOWN OR OTHER"
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    {
      "id": 81,
      "name": "COMMUNICATION",
      "description": "346000 COMMUNICATION"
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202630&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2352",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202709,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos built on or before 24-Aug-2021 may exhibit a whistle noise coming from the front center of the vehicle and/or the climate control housing. This may be due to the sealing on the climate control case. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to apply butyl tape to cover small holes in the fresh air inlet door.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-14T04:00:00Z",
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      "id": 569,
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      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2354",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202711,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles built on or before 23-Aug-2021 may experience a charging system fault message displayed in the instrument panel cluster (IPC) and diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) U012D, U0284 and/or U0285 stored in the powertrain control module (PCM). This may be due to water intrusion in the active grille shutter connector. To correct this condition, follow the Service Procedure to inspect for water intrusion in the active grille shutter harness connector and repair as needed.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-14T04:00:00Z",
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      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
      "description": "103100 POWER TRAIN"
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    {
      "id": 644,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "117000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50199",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202627,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos equipped with the Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond and/or Badlands trim levels built on or before 23-Jun-2021 may exhibit a whistle type noise coming from the drivers side mirror area of the vehicle. This may be caused by an excessive gap between the exterior mirror cover and glass housings. If the source of the noise is coming from the drivers door mirror assembly an updated exterior mirror cover is available to correct this condition.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-13T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 621,
      "name": "VISIBILITY",
      "description": "135200 VISIBILITY"
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202627&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2345",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202706,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with the Big Bend or Outer Banks trim levels built on or before 06-Aug-2021 may exhibit a whistle noise originating from the front of the hood area when traveling at speeds above 30 mph (50 km/h). If the whistle noise can be eliminated by taping off the gap between the hood and grille opening, this condition may be due to the hood seal design. To correct this condition, replace the hood seal with the improved hood seal.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-11T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 321,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162800 STRUCTURE"
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    {
      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202706&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202706&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50184",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202622,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco/F-150/Explorer/Aviator/Police Interceptor Utility vehicles, excluding hybrid, may exhibit harsh or delayed engagement/shift concerns. Most concerns may be addressed with the PCM/TCM Transmission Accelerated Main Control Break In Routine. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 307-01, DTC Chart and/or Diagnosis By Symptom to identify the clutch(s) to be cycled. This routine cycles the shift solenoids and clutch control valves to remove contamination that may be sticking the valves and must be performed along with an adaptive drive cycle before attempting internal service. Although this routine was developed for low mileage vehicles, it\u001as usage is being expanded for various symptoms across the life of the vehicle.For claiming, use causal part 7A100 and applicable labor operations in Section 7 of the Service Labor Time Standards (SLTS) Manual.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-08T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 192,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
      "description": "100000 POWER TRAIN"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202622&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 5,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202622&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50169",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202611,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with front parking aid sensors and a Ford Performance and/or aftermarket winch may inhibit the front parking aid sensor warning system and cause it to activate. As a resolution, the front sensors must be turned off by performing the following from the touchscreen; 1. Press Features on the touchscreen. 2. Press Driver Assistance > Park Aid Sensors > Front On, Rear On. 3. Front Sensors (Always) Off > Park Aid Sensors > Front Sensors (Always). Note: trying to adjust the location of the sensor will not resolve this concern. If the front sensors do not stay off after each key cycle monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-04T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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    {
      "id": 178,
      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
      "description": "980000 UNKNOWN OR OTHER"
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202611&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202611&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2339",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202702,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a soft top roof may experience paint scratches on the sports tube due to contact with the soft top roof frame during the open and close operation. This may be due to a lack of protective measures installed on the soft top roof frame. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to apply protective hook and loop fasteners to sections of the soft top roof frame.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-01T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 323,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162900 STRUCTURE"
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    {
      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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    {
      "id": 639,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY",
      "description": "356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202702&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202702&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "21B49",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201909,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Certain 2021 Model Year Bronco Vehicles Equipped with a Hard Top Roof Roof Panel Delamination; In all of the affected vehicles, the exposed or unsealed edges on the molded in color hard top roof may cause an unsatisfactory appearance when exposed to extreme water and humidity. This concern is strictly an appearance issue as the function of the roof is uncompromised.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-30T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 178,
      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
      "description": "980000 UNKNOWN OR OTHER"
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    {
      "id": 314,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162000 STRUCTURE"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201909&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201909&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50149",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201602,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with front and rear parking aid sensors may set diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) for all 8 parking aid sensors and/or circuits. This may be due to the software within the parking aid module (PAM). To correct the condition, reprogram the PAM using the latest software level of the appropriate Ford diagnostic scan tool. For claiming, use causal part 15K866 and applicable labor operations in Section 10 of the Service Labor Time Standards (SLTS) Manual. After PAM programing check for DTCs and correct as necessary.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-24T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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    {
      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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    {
      "id": 639,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY",
      "description": "356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
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  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201602&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50148",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201601,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may experience multiple warning indicators / messages displayed in the instrument panel cluster (IPC) and/or multiple communication fault diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) setting in and/or related to the HS2-CAN modules. This may be due to a loose and/or improperly seated connector C210. If the vehicle exhibits the above conditions, access and inspect connector C210 for proper attachment and/or damage and repair as necessary. To access the connector, remove the right side lower cowl side panel (follow Workshop Manual, (WSM) Section 415-00 > Removal and Installation > A-Pillar Speaker, Steps 9-10) and the glove compartment (follow WSM Section 501-12 > Removal and Installation > Glove Compartment). If this fault persists, refer to WSM Section 418-00A and continue with normal diagnostics.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-24T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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    {
      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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    {
      "id": 639,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY",
      "description": "356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY"
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  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201601&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2297",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201624,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2020-2021 Explorer/Aviator and 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit an illuminated airbag warning indicator with diagnostic trouble code (DTC) B1404:13 and/or B1407:13. This may be due to contamination and relative movement in the connection between the wiring harness and the side airbag. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure steps to replace the affected connector with a service pigtail and the affected side airbag.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-13T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 70,
      "name": "AIR BAGS",
      "description": "143300 AIR BAGS"
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    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  "associatedProductsCount": 5,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201624&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50084",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201578,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco 5 door models equipped with a hard top roof configuration may exhibit poor Sirius XM satellite radio reception and or signal loss in rural areas with dense foliage, tall buildings, or other similar obstructions. No additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution to improve this condition that is expected to be available for service in January 2022. In addition, if the vehicle is equipped with the optional factory roof rails and crossbars this may further degrade the reception. Removing the roof rails and crossbars may improve reception performance. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-03T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201578&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2285",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201065,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a hard top may exhibit a loose and/or sagging headliner. This may be due to the factory installation process. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to re-adhere the headliner.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-31T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 312,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "160000 STRUCTURE"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201065&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201065&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50064",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201034,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2013-2021 Ford and Lincoln vehicles may exhibit noise when the brakes are applied. When diagnosing and repairing brake noise conditions, use the Workshop Manual (WSM) and the appropriate pinpoint test in section 206-00. The brake rotors should only be machined if directed by the WSM because one or more of the following conditions are present on the braking surface: scoring, excessive corrosion/rust or pitting, bluing/discoloration and/or heat spots. For additional information, refer to WSM section 206-00.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-25T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 541,
      "name": "SERVICE BRAKES, ELECTRIC",
      "description": "031110 SERVICE BRAKES, ELECTRIC"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201034&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 124,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201034&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50065",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201025,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco 5 door models equipped with a hard top roof configuration may exhibit poor Sirius XM satellite radio reception and or signal loss in rural areas with dense foliage, tall buildings, or other similar obstructions. No additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution for this condition that is expected to be available for service in January 2022. In addition, if the vehicle is equipped with the optional factory roof rails and crossbars this may further degrade the reception. Removing the roof rails and crossbars may improve reception performance. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-25T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 390,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "353400 EQUIPMENT"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201025&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201025&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50045",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201015,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2018-2021 Ford/Lincoln vehicles equipped with a wireless charging pad may exhibit an inoperative charging pad, slow charging, a notification that the phone has been mispositioned on the charging pad and/or the phone charging icon in the center screen is not showing. This may be due to the customer's phone if they are using an iPhone 12. Vehicles equipped with a wireless charging pad are designed to charge best with phones that follow the Qi standard. The iPhone 12 hardware currently does not follow the Qi standard for wireless charging. This may make it difficult for Ford and Lincoln vehicles to wirelessly charge this specific phone. The phone can still be charged using the USB cable if the vehicle experiences the above symptoms. If the customer is using an iPhone 12, verify the wireless charging pad works with a Qi certified phone prior to any part replacements.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-17T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201015&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 41,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201015&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "OTA SU1-Bronco",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200902,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Software Update 1 (SU1) for 2021 Model Year Bronco vehicles is now available.  Involves: Zone Lighting Battery Drain, Remote Start Battery Drain, Contrast improvements to analog rear view camera",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-12T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    },
    {
      "id": 451,
      "name": "BACK OVER PREVENTION",
      "description": "280000 BACK OVER PREVENTION"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200902&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200902&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "21B49",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201082,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "In all of the affected vehicles, a quality concern on the molded-in color hard top roof was identified during our quality inspections. This concern is strictly an appearance issue as the function of the roof is uncompromised. The exposed or unsealed hard top edges may cause unsatisfactory appearance when exposed to extreme water and humidity.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-12T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 312,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "160000 STRUCTURE"
    },
    {
      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201082&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201082&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50029",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200997,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos equipped with the Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond and/or Badlands trim levels may exhibit a whistle noise coming from the drivers side mirror area of the vehicle. This may be due to an excessive gap between the exterior mirror cover and the glass housing. This condition does not affect vehicle durability and no additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution for this condition that is expected in October 2021. Replacement of the mirror and/or mirror cover will not resolve this condition. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule service appointments for customers once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-10T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 620,
      "name": "VISIBILITY",
      "description": "135000 VISIBILITY"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200997&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200997&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2262",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200741,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a 2.3L engine may exhibit an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) P0300, P0301, P0302, P0303 And/Or P0304. These DTCs may be caused by the powertrain control module (PCM) configuration related to the fuel injector operation. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reprogram the PCM.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-10T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 552,
      "name": "ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING",
      "description": "060000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200741&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200741&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50005",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200991,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit a side door window that gets hung up on the upper door weatherstrip when opening the door causing resistance to opening. This may be due to an incorrect alignment of the side door and/or window. To correct this condition, ensure no damage exists to the door, latch or related components and make necessary repairs before continuing. If concern persists, perform the Up/Down, Fore/Aft Adjustment (steps 1-15), refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 501-11, Front/Rear Door Window Glass Adjustment Procedure. If the concern has not been resolved, perform Pinpoint Test K located in Section 501-11 of the WSM.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-04T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 608,
      "name": "VISIBILITY",
      "description": "130000 VISIBILITY"
    }
  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200991&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200991&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50003",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200986,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit a creak/pop type noise when any of the side doors are opened and closed. This may be due to incorrect door installation, alignment and/or incorrect tightening of the two bolts which hold the door to the vehicle body. To correct this condition, inspect for and address any damage to the door and/or latch components, then remove and reinstall the suspect door following the instructions located in the Digital Owners Manual, Removable Vehicle Components > Removable Doors > Removing and Installing the Doors. In this section you \u001all also find a detailed tutorial video of the process. If the noise persists, perform the Front/Rear Door Alignment procedure located in the Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 501-03 Body Closures.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-04T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 312,
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  "summary": "Some 2021 Mustang Mach-E, F-150, Edge/Nautilus or Bronco vehicles equipped with SYNC 4 may have a customer symptom of the SYNC voice commands being activated without pushing the steering wheel switch. This may be due to the feature called Wake Word within SYNC 4. This feature allows the driver to activate the SYNC 4 system without pushing the steering wheel switch. Under the touchscreen Settings > Voice Settings the preferred Wake Word can be changed. The feature can also be disabled if the customer does not want the SYNC voice commands being activated without touching the steering wheel switch. This feature is not a defect. Do not submit a claim for this condition.",
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  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos equipped with exterior zone lighting may experience an intermittent single hazard lamp flash when hazards are turned off. This condition is due to a software issue within the vehicles body control module (BCM). This fault is induced anytime a customer activates then deactivates exterior zone lighting lamps while the engine is OFF. This may generate a single hazard lamp flash when the engine is shut off or during an engine auto-start-stop event. Inform customers that this condition can be temporarily corrected by activating then deactivating the exterior zone lighting feature while the engine is running. Engineering is currently working on new software to correct the condition that is expected to be available in October 2021. Let the customer know they can continue to drive the vehicle and schedule a follow-up appointment for repair in November 2021. Monitor OASIS for updates.",
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  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit a No Key Detected message displayed in the instrument cluster followed by a double horn chirp immediately after starting the vehicle. The condition is due to a software issue in the driver door module (DDM) and/or the passenger door module (PDM). Replacement or reprogramming of the DDM and/or PDM will not resolve the issue. This condition does not affect vehicle durability and no additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution for this condition that is expected to be available for service in July 2021. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
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  "summary": "There is expected to be a low number of vehicles found with a concern door handle.  In some of the affected vehicles, the interior door handle may have excessive material present on the door handle cavity. This can cause the door handle cable to bind during operation.  If the cable binds, it may result in a door that cannot be opened from the inside. The door can still be opened using the exterior door handle. It is also possible that the door cannot be closed. If the door will not close, the instrument cluster will illuminate with a Door Ajar warning",
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boxwood

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Looks like even the NHTSA fell for the “I saw a Bronco on the road yesterday!!” marketing nonsense
There are actually two recalls
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There are actually two recalls
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            "correctiveAction": "Dealers will replace the passenger air bag, free of charge.  An interim owner notification letter was mailed on November 24, 2021.  Owner notification letters are expected to be mailed November 15, 2021.  Owners may contact Ford customer service at 1-866-436-7332.  Ford's number for this recall is 21C23.",
            "potentialNumberOfUnitsAffected": 553,
            "notes": "Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.nhtsa.gov.",
            "associatedDocumentsCount": 5,
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            "associatedProductsCount": 1,
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      "class": null,
      "manufacturer": "FORD MOTOR CO.",
      "vehiclePicture": "https://static.nhtsa.gov/images/vehicles/14837_st0640_046.png",
      "ncapRated": true,
      "complaintsCount": 6,
      "recallsCount": 2,
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            "mfrCampaignNumber": "21S52",
            "nhtsaCampaignNumber": "21V982000",
            "reportReceivedDate": "2021-12-16T05:00:00Z",
            "subject": "Radar Module Misaligned",
            "summary": "Ford Motor Company (Ford) is recalling certain 2021 Ranger and Bronco vehicles.  The cruise control radar module was misaligned during production.",
            "consequence": "A misaligned radar module may prevent the vehicle from maintaining a safe distance from other vehicles when adaptive cruise control is active.  In addition, the automatic emergency braking (AEB) system may react slowly, or not react at all, during a pre-collision assist braking event.  Any of these scenarios can increase the risk of a crash.",
            "correctiveAction": "Dealers will adjust the angle of the cruise control radar module, free of charge.  Owner notification letters are expected to be mailed February 7, 2022.  Owners may contact Ford customer service at 1-866-436-7332.  Ford's number for this recall is 21S52.",
            "potentialNumberOfUnitsAffected": 839,
            "notes": "Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.nhtsa.gov.",
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            "associatedProductsCount": 2,
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            "components": [
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            "reportReceivedDate": "2021-10-01T04:00:00Z",
            "subject": "Passenger Air Bag May Deploy Improperly/FMVSS 208",
            "summary": "Ford Motor Company (Ford) is recalling certain 2021 Bronco vehicles.  During passenger air bag deployment, an air bag vent could open prematurely and result in an improper deployment.  As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard number 208, \"Occupant Crash Protection.\"",
            "consequence": "Improper air bag deployment increases the risk of injury during a crash.",
            "correctiveAction": "Dealers will replace the passenger air bag, free of charge.  An interim owner notification letter was mailed on November 24, 2021.  Owner notification letters are expected to be mailed November 15, 2021.  Owners may contact Ford customer service at 1-866-436-7332.  Ford's number for this recall is 21C23.",
            "potentialNumberOfUnitsAffected": 553,
            "notes": "Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.nhtsa.gov.",
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            "associatedProductsCount": 1,
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To be clear, I searched by VIN — neither of those affect my somewhat recent build
 

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To be clear, I searched by VIN — neither of those affect my somewhat recent build
realizing you were commenting on the bronco sport photo now ...lol
 
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https://api.nhtsa.gov/vehicles/byYm...e=FORD&model=BRONCO&trim=SUV&series=4WD&name=

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  "summary": "Some 2021 Ranger and Bronco vehicles built on 15-Jun-2021 and through 15-Aug-2021 may exhibit an illuminated anti-lock brake system (ABS) warning indicator lamp with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) C003A, C0036, C0037, and/or C0039 stored in the ABS control module. This may be due to damage or movement of the ABS tone ring on the rear axle. Remove the ABS sensor and inspect the rear ABS tone ring for damage or movement from its original position. If movement or damage has occurred, refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 205-02 to complete the service procedure for axle shaft replacement. If no movement has occurred, refer to WSM, Section 206-09 for normal diagnostics.",
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2403",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10203652,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may experience a water leak that originates from the left and/or right A-pillars and/or the windshield header. This may be due to excessive gaps in the body seams from the factory. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reseal the affected body gaps and replace the front header seal.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-16T05:00:00Z",
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      "name": "STRUCTURE",
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  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10203861,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 F-150/Mustang Mach-E/Bronco/Edge/Nautilus customers may experience an inoperative FordPass/LincolnWay app, features in FordPass/LincolnWay are not functioning and/or the customer cannot pair the FordPass/LincolnWay mobile app to the vehicle. If the telematics control unit (TCU) on the vehicle does not exhibit any diagnostic trouble codes (DTC), but the customer is running into these app concerns, this may be due to poor cell signal getting to the TCU. The TCU - Provisioning Application on the Ford Diagnosis and Repair System (FDRS) scan tool will provide cell signal strength information that can help to diagnose the source of the poor cell signal. If poor cell signal is found, refer to WSM 415-00 to help identify an antenna concern. Be sure the vehicle is an open environment.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-08T05:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 178,
      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
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  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10203863,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco, Edge/Nautilus customers may be unable to authorize the FordPass/LincolnWay app and the Enable Connected Services prompt is not showing in the SYNC screen with no diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) present in the telematics control unit (TCU) or the gateway module A (GWM). Before any repair attempts, try to authorize the vehicle via FordPass/LincolnWay app in order to verify the concern is still present. If the concern is present, make sure the GWM is at the latest software level. Start a new FDRS session and make sure the TCU is at the latest software level. If no software updates are available, remove the TCU and GWM fuses to reset the modules. Make sure the customer is able to authorize the vehicle from FordPass/LincolnWay to confirm the repair. If the concern is still present, follow normal diagnostics in Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 415-00.",
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  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202712,
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  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a 2.7L EcoBoost engine and built on or before 01-Sep-2021 may exhibit an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) P2096 and/or P2098 stored in the powertrain control module (PCM). This may be due to various software parameters within the PCM and/or a catalyst monitor sensor. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reprogram the PCM.",
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  "summary": "Certain 2021 Model Year Bronco Vehicles Equipped with a Hard Top Roof Roof Panel Delamination REASON FOR THIS SUPPLEMENT Technical Information - Dealership: Updated with revised directions regarding hard top panels and rear cap assembly disablement and photo submission requirement. As a result, the Labor Allowances have also been updated.",
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50210",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202643,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles built on or before 14-Sep-2021 may experience a loss of power when driving with various illuminated warning indicators displayed in the instrument panel cluster (IPC). This may be due to an improper seating of the wiring harness push pins to the driveshaft loop which can cause an interference condition between the rear driveshaft and the 14405 harness near the C2370/C350 connector. If suspected, inspect the harness and connector for damage and repair as necessary. Once inspected and/or repaired fully, seat the harness push pins to the driveshaft loop.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-18T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "name": "ENGINE",
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      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
      "description": "105300 POWER TRAIN"
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  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202632,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2019-2021 Ranger vehicles built on or before 09-Aug-2021 and 2021 Bronco vehicles may experience a loss of power when driving in freezing temperatures with an illuminated malfunction indication lamp (MIL) and/or powertrain malfunction indicator (wrench) lamp with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) P2111, P2112, and/or P2119. This may be due to water or ice buildup in the intake manifold behind the throttle body. If suspected, remove the throttle body and inspect for the presence of water or ice in the base of the intake manifold. If water or ice is found, replace the intake manifold with part number KB3Z-9424-B and crankcase vent oil separator hose, part number LB5Z-6A664-D. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM) Sections 303-01 and 303-08. For claiming, use causal part number 9424 and applicable labor times from Section 09 of the Service Labor Times Standard (SLTS) Manual.",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202632&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202630,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco, Edge and Nautilus customers may be unable to authorize the\r\nFordPass/LincolnWay app and the Enable Connected Services prompt is not showing in the SYNC\r\nscreen with no diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) present in the telematics control unit (TCU) or the\r\ngateway module A (GWM). Before any repair attempts, try to authorize the vehicle via\r\nFordPass/LincolnWay app in order to verify the customer concern is still present. If the concern is\r\npresent, make sure the GWM is at the latest software level, and then make sure the TCU is at the\r\nlatest software level. If no software updates are available, remove the TCU and GWM fuses to reset\r\nthe modules. Make sure the customer is able to authorize the vehicle from FordPass/LincolnWay to\r\nconfirm the repair. If the concern is still present, follow normal diagnostics in Workshop Manual\r\n(WSM), Section 415-00.",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202630&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202709,
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  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos built on or before 24-Aug-2021 may exhibit a whistle noise coming from the front center of the vehicle and/or the climate control housing. This may be due to the sealing on the climate control case. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to apply butyl tape to cover small holes in the fresh air inlet door.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-14T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 312,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
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}
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2354",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202711,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles built on or before 23-Aug-2021 may experience a charging system fault message displayed in the instrument panel cluster (IPC) and diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) U012D, U0284 and/or U0285 stored in the powertrain control module (PCM). This may be due to water intrusion in the active grille shutter connector. To correct this condition, follow the Service Procedure to inspect for water intrusion in the active grille shutter harness connector and repair as needed.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-14T04:00:00Z",
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      "id": 194,
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50199",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202627,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos equipped with the Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond and/or Badlands trim levels built on or before 23-Jun-2021 may exhibit a whistle type noise coming from the drivers side mirror area of the vehicle. This may be caused by an excessive gap between the exterior mirror cover and glass housings. If the source of the noise is coming from the drivers door mirror assembly an updated exterior mirror cover is available to correct this condition.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-13T04:00:00Z",
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2345",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202706,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with the Big Bend or Outer Banks trim levels built on or before 06-Aug-2021 may exhibit a whistle noise originating from the front of the hood area when traveling at speeds above 30 mph (50 km/h). If the whistle noise can be eliminated by taping off the gap between the hood and grille opening, this condition may be due to the hood seal design. To correct this condition, replace the hood seal with the improved hood seal.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-11T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162800 STRUCTURE"
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      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50184",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202622,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco/F-150/Explorer/Aviator/Police Interceptor Utility vehicles, excluding hybrid, may exhibit harsh or delayed engagement/shift concerns. Most concerns may be addressed with the PCM/TCM Transmission Accelerated Main Control Break In Routine. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 307-01, DTC Chart and/or Diagnosis By Symptom to identify the clutch(s) to be cycled. This routine cycles the shift solenoids and clutch control valves to remove contamination that may be sticking the valves and must be performed along with an adaptive drive cycle before attempting internal service. Although this routine was developed for low mileage vehicles, it\u001as usage is being expanded for various symptoms across the life of the vehicle.For claiming, use causal part 7A100 and applicable labor operations in Section 7 of the Service Labor Time Standards (SLTS) Manual.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-08T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 192,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
      "description": "100000 POWER TRAIN"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202622&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202622&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50169",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202611,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with front parking aid sensors and a Ford Performance and/or aftermarket winch may inhibit the front parking aid sensor warning system and cause it to activate. As a resolution, the front sensors must be turned off by performing the following from the touchscreen; 1. Press Features on the touchscreen. 2. Press Driver Assistance > Park Aid Sensors > Front On, Rear On. 3. Front Sensors (Always) Off > Park Aid Sensors > Front Sensors (Always). Note: trying to adjust the location of the sensor will not resolve this concern. If the front sensors do not stay off after each key cycle monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-04T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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    {
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      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
      "description": "980000 UNKNOWN OR OTHER"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2339",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202702,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a soft top roof may experience paint scratches on the sports tube due to contact with the soft top roof frame during the open and close operation. This may be due to a lack of protective measures installed on the soft top roof frame. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to apply protective hook and loop fasteners to sections of the soft top roof frame.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-01T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162900 STRUCTURE"
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      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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      "name": "EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY",
      "description": "356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY"
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202702&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "21B49",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201909,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Certain 2021 Model Year Bronco Vehicles Equipped with a Hard Top Roof Roof Panel Delamination; In all of the affected vehicles, the exposed or unsealed edges on the molded in color hard top roof may cause an unsatisfactory appearance when exposed to extreme water and humidity. This concern is strictly an appearance issue as the function of the roof is uncompromised.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-30T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 178,
      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
      "description": "980000 UNKNOWN OR OTHER"
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    {
      "id": 314,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162000 STRUCTURE"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50149",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201602,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with front and rear parking aid sensors may set diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) for all 8 parking aid sensors and/or circuits. This may be due to the software within the parking aid module (PAM). To correct the condition, reprogram the PAM using the latest software level of the appropriate Ford diagnostic scan tool. For claiming, use causal part 15K866 and applicable labor operations in Section 10 of the Service Labor Time Standards (SLTS) Manual. After PAM programing check for DTCs and correct as necessary.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-24T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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    {
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      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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    {
      "id": 639,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY",
      "description": "356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50148",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201601,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may experience multiple warning indicators / messages displayed in the instrument panel cluster (IPC) and/or multiple communication fault diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) setting in and/or related to the HS2-CAN modules. This may be due to a loose and/or improperly seated connector C210. If the vehicle exhibits the above conditions, access and inspect connector C210 for proper attachment and/or damage and repair as necessary. To access the connector, remove the right side lower cowl side panel (follow Workshop Manual, (WSM) Section 415-00 > Removal and Installation > A-Pillar Speaker, Steps 9-10) and the glove compartment (follow WSM Section 501-12 > Removal and Installation > Glove Compartment). If this fault persists, refer to WSM Section 418-00A and continue with normal diagnostics.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-24T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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    {
      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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    {
      "id": 639,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY",
      "description": "356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2297",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201624,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2020-2021 Explorer/Aviator and 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit an illuminated airbag warning indicator with diagnostic trouble code (DTC) B1404:13 and/or B1407:13. This may be due to contamination and relative movement in the connection between the wiring harness and the side airbag. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure steps to replace the affected connector with a service pigtail and the affected side airbag.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-13T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 70,
      "name": "AIR BAGS",
      "description": "143300 AIR BAGS"
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    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50084",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201578,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco 5 door models equipped with a hard top roof configuration may exhibit poor Sirius XM satellite radio reception and or signal loss in rural areas with dense foliage, tall buildings, or other similar obstructions. No additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution to improve this condition that is expected to be available for service in January 2022. In addition, if the vehicle is equipped with the optional factory roof rails and crossbars this may further degrade the reception. Removing the roof rails and crossbars may improve reception performance. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-03T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2285",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201065,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a hard top may exhibit a loose and/or sagging headliner. This may be due to the factory installation process. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to re-adhere the headliner.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-31T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 312,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "160000 STRUCTURE"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201065&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50064",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201034,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2013-2021 Ford and Lincoln vehicles may exhibit noise when the brakes are applied. When diagnosing and repairing brake noise conditions, use the Workshop Manual (WSM) and the appropriate pinpoint test in section 206-00. The brake rotors should only be machined if directed by the WSM because one or more of the following conditions are present on the braking surface: scoring, excessive corrosion/rust or pitting, bluing/discoloration and/or heat spots. For additional information, refer to WSM section 206-00.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-25T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 541,
      "name": "SERVICE BRAKES, ELECTRIC",
      "description": "031110 SERVICE BRAKES, ELECTRIC"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201034&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50065",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201025,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco 5 door models equipped with a hard top roof configuration may exhibit poor Sirius XM satellite radio reception and or signal loss in rural areas with dense foliage, tall buildings, or other similar obstructions. No additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution for this condition that is expected to be available for service in January 2022. In addition, if the vehicle is equipped with the optional factory roof rails and crossbars this may further degrade the reception. Removing the roof rails and crossbars may improve reception performance. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-25T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 390,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "353400 EQUIPMENT"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201025&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201025&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50045",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201015,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2018-2021 Ford/Lincoln vehicles equipped with a wireless charging pad may exhibit an inoperative charging pad, slow charging, a notification that the phone has been mispositioned on the charging pad and/or the phone charging icon in the center screen is not showing. This may be due to the customer's phone if they are using an iPhone 12. Vehicles equipped with a wireless charging pad are designed to charge best with phones that follow the Qi standard. The iPhone 12 hardware currently does not follow the Qi standard for wireless charging. This may make it difficult for Ford and Lincoln vehicles to wirelessly charge this specific phone. The phone can still be charged using the USB cable if the vehicle experiences the above symptoms. If the customer is using an iPhone 12, verify the wireless charging pad works with a Qi certified phone prior to any part replacements.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-17T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201015&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 41,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201015&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "OTA SU1-Bronco",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200902,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Software Update 1 (SU1) for 2021 Model Year Bronco vehicles is now available.  Involves: Zone Lighting Battery Drain, Remote Start Battery Drain, Contrast improvements to analog rear view camera",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-12T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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    {
      "id": 451,
      "name": "BACK OVER PREVENTION",
      "description": "280000 BACK OVER PREVENTION"
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200902&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "21B49",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201082,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "In all of the affected vehicles, a quality concern on the molded-in color hard top roof was identified during our quality inspections. This concern is strictly an appearance issue as the function of the roof is uncompromised. The exposed or unsealed hard top edges may cause unsatisfactory appearance when exposed to extreme water and humidity.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-12T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 312,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "160000 STRUCTURE"
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    {
      "id": 569,
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      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201082&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201082&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50029",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200997,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos equipped with the Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond and/or Badlands trim levels may exhibit a whistle noise coming from the drivers side mirror area of the vehicle. This may be due to an excessive gap between the exterior mirror cover and the glass housing. This condition does not affect vehicle durability and no additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution for this condition that is expected in October 2021. Replacement of the mirror and/or mirror cover will not resolve this condition. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule service appointments for customers once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-10T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 620,
      "name": "VISIBILITY",
      "description": "135000 VISIBILITY"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
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  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200997&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2262",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200741,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a 2.3L engine may exhibit an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) P0300, P0301, P0302, P0303 And/Or P0304. These DTCs may be caused by the powertrain control module (PCM) configuration related to the fuel injector operation. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reprogram the PCM.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-10T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 552,
      "name": "ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING",
      "description": "060000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200741&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200741&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50005",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200991,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit a side door window that gets hung up on the upper door weatherstrip when opening the door causing resistance to opening. This may be due to an incorrect alignment of the side door and/or window. To correct this condition, ensure no damage exists to the door, latch or related components and make necessary repairs before continuing. If concern persists, perform the Up/Down, Fore/Aft Adjustment (steps 1-15), refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 501-11, Front/Rear Door Window Glass Adjustment Procedure. If the concern has not been resolved, perform Pinpoint Test K located in Section 501-11 of the WSM.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-04T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 608,
      "name": "VISIBILITY",
      "description": "130000 VISIBILITY"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200991&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200991&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50003",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200986,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit a creak/pop type noise when any of the side doors are opened and closed. This may be due to incorrect door installation, alignment and/or incorrect tightening of the two bolts which hold the door to the vehicle body. To correct this condition, inspect for and address any damage to the door and/or latch components, then remove and reinstall the suspect door following the instructions located in the Digital Owners Manual, Removable Vehicle Components > Removable Doors > Removing and Installing the Doors. In this section you \u001all also find a detailed tutorial video of the process. If the noise persists, perform the Front/Rear Door Alignment procedure located in the Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 501-03 Body Closures.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-04T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 312,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "160000 STRUCTURE"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200986&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200986&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2251",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200737,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles built on or before 09-Jul-2021 may exhibit an intermittent No Key Detected message displayed in the instrument cluster followed by a double horn chirp immediately after starting the vehicle. This may be due to a software parameter in the driver door module (DDM) and/or the passenger door module (PDM). To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reprogram the DDM and PDM.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-02T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 749,
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49979",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10199513,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with Big Bend and Outer Bank trim levels may exhibit a whistle noise originating from the front of the hood area when traveling at speeds above 30 mph (50 Km/h). If the whistle noise can be eliminated by taping off the gap between the hood and grill opening, this condition may be due to the hood seal design. Hood seal replacement will not resolve this condition. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and Ford is currently working to release an improved seal design that will be available in October 2021. Follow up with the customer to schedule an appointment once OASIS confirms part availability.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-07-26T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "114100 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162820 STRUCTURE"
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10199513&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10199513&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49920",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10199494,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with front and rear parking aid sensors may set diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) for all 8 parking aid sensors/circuits if 2 or more rear parking aid sensors/circuits have a concern. This is due to the software within the parking aid module (PAM), and module replacement will not resolve this condition. If the PAM sets DTCs for all 8 parking aid sensors/circuits, diagnose the rear parking aid sensor and circuit DTCs first. Reference Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 413-13A for parking aid diagnostic information. Ford is currently working on a software update that is expected to be available August 2021. The customer can continue to drive the vehicle and schedule a follow-up appointment for October, when software is expected to be available. Follow up with the customer to confirm the appointment once OASIS confirms software availability.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-07-01T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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    {
      "id": 672,
      "name": "PARKING BRAKE",
      "description": "054000 PARKING BRAKE"
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      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49925",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10199498,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with exterior zone lighting may experience an intermittent single hazard lamp flash when hazards are off. This condition is due to the body control module (BCM) software. This condition occurs when zone lighting is activated then deactivated while the engine is OFF, or during an engine auto-start-stop event. This condition may be temporarily suppressed by activating then deactivating the zone lighting feature while the engine is running. Module replacement will not resolve this condition. Ford is currently working on a software update that is expected to be available October 2021. The customer can continue to drive the vehicle and schedule a follow-up appointment for October, when repairs are expected to become available. Follow up with the customer to confirm the appointment once OASIS confirms software availability.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-07-01T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 407,
      "name": "EXTERIOR LIGHTING",
      "description": "120000 EXTERIOR LIGHTING"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49928",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10199500,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Mustang Mach-E, F-150, Edge/Nautilus or Bronco vehicles equipped with SYNC 4 may have a customer symptom of the SYNC voice commands being activated without pushing the steering wheel switch. This may be due to the feature called Wake Word within SYNC 4. This feature allows the driver to activate the SYNC 4 system without pushing the steering wheel switch. Under the touchscreen Settings > Voice Settings the preferred Wake Word can be changed. The feature can also be disabled if the customer does not want the SYNC voice commands being activated without touching the steering wheel switch. This feature is not a defect. Do not submit a claim for this condition.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-07-01T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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      "id": 715,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
      "description": "102640 POWER TRAIN"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49911",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10198654,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos equipped with exterior zone lighting may experience an intermittent single hazard lamp flash when hazards are turned off. This condition is due to a software issue within the vehicles body control module (BCM). This fault is induced anytime a customer activates then deactivates exterior zone lighting lamps while the engine is OFF. This may generate a single hazard lamp flash when the engine is shut off or during an engine auto-start-stop event. Inform customers that this condition can be temporarily corrected by activating then deactivating the exterior zone lighting feature while the engine is running. Engineering is currently working on new software to correct the condition that is expected to be available in October 2021. Let the customer know they can continue to drive the vehicle and schedule a follow-up appointment for repair in November 2021. Monitor OASIS for updates.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-06-25T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10198654&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10198654&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49909",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10198652,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit a No Key Detected message displayed in the instrument cluster followed by a double horn chirp immediately after starting the vehicle. The condition is due to a software issue in the driver door module (DDM) and/or the passenger door module (PDM). Replacement or reprogramming of the DDM and/or PDM will not resolve the issue. This condition does not affect vehicle durability and no additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution for this condition that is expected to be available for service in July 2021. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-06-24T00:00:00Z",
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      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49895",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10198649,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with front and rear parking aid sensors may set diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) for all 8 parking aid sensors and/or circuits if 2 or more rear parking aid sensors and/or circuits have a fault. This is due to the software within the parking aid module (PAM). If the PAM sets DTCs for all 8 parking aid sensors and/or circuits, diagnose the rear parking aid sensor and circuit DTCs first. Reference Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 413-13A for all parking aid diagnostic information. An update to the PAM software will be available in August 2021. Monitor OASIS for updates.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-06-18T00:00:00Z",
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    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "20B56",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10184651,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "There is expected to be a low number of vehicles found with a concern door handle.  In some of the affected vehicles, the interior door handle may have excessive material present on the door handle cavity. This can cause the door handle cable to bind during operation.  If the cable binds, it may result in a door that cannot be opened from the inside. The door can still be opened using the exterior door handle. It is also possible that the door cannot be closed. If the door will not close, the instrument cluster will illuminate with a Door Ajar warning",
  "communicationDate": "2020-12-21T00:00:00Z",
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      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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      "id": 317,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162310 STRUCTURE"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50314",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10204041,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with the 2.3L engine may exhibit a red brake warning lamp and/or brake system warning message in the instrument panel cluster (IPC) with a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) P050F in the anti-lock brake system (ABS) module and a firm brake pedal. This may be due to contamination in a brake booster vacuum line. To correct this condition, replace the vehicle's vacuum hose (MB3Z-2420-A). Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 206-09 for installation instructions. For claiming, use casual part 2420.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-30T05:00:00Z",
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    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    },
    {
      "id": 547,
      "name": "SERVICE BRAKES",
      "description": "030000 BRAKES (PWS)"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50306",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10204040,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2018-2021 EcoSport, Expedition, Navigator; 2019-2021 Ranger; 2020-2021 Escape, Corsair, Explorer, Transit; 2021 Bronco, Bronco Sport, Edge, Nautilus, F-150, Mustang; 2019-2022 Transit Connect; 2020-2022 Aviator, F-Super Duty; and 2022 Maverick vehicles may exhibit an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) P0496, P0456, P0455, P04F0, and/or P0451. Ford has tested returned EVAP canister purge valves and found them to be fully functional. Prior to replacing the canister purge valve or other EVAP components, perform the following tests using the Ford Diagnosis and Repair System (FDRS) Scan Tool: Full System EVAP Leak Test - FDRS Location: TOOLBOX > PCM > PCM - Evap Emissions System Test and the EVAP Purge Valve Leak Test - FDRS Location: TOOLBOX > PCM > Evap Emission System Toolbox > CPV Check.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-23T05:00:00Z",
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      "id": 552,
      "name": "ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING",
      "description": "060000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING"
    }
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10204040&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50296",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10204036,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Ranger and Bronco vehicles built on 15-Jun-2021 and through 15-Aug-2021 may exhibit an illuminated anti-lock brake system (ABS) warning indicator lamp with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) C003A, C0036, C0037, and/or C0039 stored in the ABS control module. This may be due to damage or movement of the ABS tone ring on the rear axle. Remove the ABS sensor and inspect the rear ABS tone ring for damage or movement from its original position. If movement or damage has occurred, refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 205-02 to complete the service procedure for axle shaft replacement. If no movement has occurred, refer to WSM, Section 206-09 for normal diagnostics.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-17T05:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 547,
      "name": "SERVICE BRAKES",
      "description": "030000 BRAKES (PWS)"
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10204036&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2403",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10203652,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may experience a water leak that originates from the left and/or right A-pillars and/or the windshield header. This may be due to excessive gaps in the body seams from the factory. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reseal the affected body gaps and replace the front header seal.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-16T05:00:00Z",
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      "id": 323,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162900 STRUCTURE"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10203652&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10203652&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50271",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10203861,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 F-150/Mustang Mach-E/Bronco/Edge/Nautilus customers may experience an inoperative FordPass/LincolnWay app, features in FordPass/LincolnWay are not functioning and/or the customer cannot pair the FordPass/LincolnWay mobile app to the vehicle. If the telematics control unit (TCU) on the vehicle does not exhibit any diagnostic trouble codes (DTC), but the customer is running into these app concerns, this may be due to poor cell signal getting to the TCU. The TCU - Provisioning Application on the Ford Diagnosis and Repair System (FDRS) scan tool will provide cell signal strength information that can help to diagnose the source of the poor cell signal. If poor cell signal is found, refer to WSM 415-00 to help identify an antenna concern. Be sure the vehicle is an open environment.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-08T05:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 178,
      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
      "description": "980000 UNKNOWN OR OTHER"
    },
    {
      "id": 81,
      "name": "COMMUNICATION",
      "description": "346000 COMMUNICATION"
    }
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10203861&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50272",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10203863,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco, Edge/Nautilus customers may be unable to authorize the FordPass/LincolnWay app and the Enable Connected Services prompt is not showing in the SYNC screen with no diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) present in the telematics control unit (TCU) or the gateway module A (GWM). Before any repair attempts, try to authorize the vehicle via FordPass/LincolnWay app in order to verify the concern is still present. If the concern is present, make sure the GWM is at the latest software level. Start a new FDRS session and make sure the TCU is at the latest software level. If no software updates are available, remove the TCU and GWM fuses to reset the modules. Make sure the customer is able to authorize the vehicle from FordPass/LincolnWay to confirm the repair. If the concern is still present, follow normal diagnostics in Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 415-00.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-08T05:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 399,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "355200 EQUIPMENT"
    },
    {
      "id": 178,
      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
      "description": "980000 UNKNOWN OR OTHER"
    },
    {
      "id": 655,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "118000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    },
    {
      "id": 81,
      "name": "COMMUNICATION",
      "description": "346000 COMMUNICATION"
    }
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "4WP.09.17.21 DN",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10203792,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Dealer notification executed in conjunction with manufacturer communication 4WP.09.17.21",
  "communicationDate": "2021-11-04T04:00:00Z",
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    {
      "id": 315,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162200 STRUCTURE"
    },
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      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2366",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202712,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a 2.7L EcoBoost engine and built on or before 01-Sep-2021 may exhibit an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) P2096 and/or P2098 stored in the powertrain control module (PCM). This may be due to various software parameters within the PCM and/or a catalyst monitor sensor. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reprogram the PCM.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-21T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 194,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
      "description": "103100 POWER TRAIN"
    },
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    }
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  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202712&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "21B49-S1",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202718,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Certain 2021 Model Year Bronco Vehicles Equipped with a Hard Top Roof Roof Panel Delamination REASON FOR THIS SUPPLEMENT Technical Information - Dealership: Updated with revised directions regarding hard top panels and rear cap assembly disablement and photo submission requirement. As a result, the Labor Allowances have also been updated.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-20T04:00:00Z",
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      "id": 323,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162900 STRUCTURE"
    },
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      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
    },
    {
      "id": 639,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY",
      "description": "356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY"
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202718&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50210",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202643,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles built on or before 14-Sep-2021 may experience a loss of power when driving with various illuminated warning indicators displayed in the instrument panel cluster (IPC). This may be due to an improper seating of the wiring harness push pins to the driveshaft loop which can cause an interference condition between the rear driveshaft and the 14405 harness near the C2370/C350 connector. If suspected, inspect the harness and connector for damage and repair as necessary. Once inspected and/or repaired fully, seat the harness push pins to the driveshaft loop.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-18T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 548,
      "name": "ENGINE",
      "description": "060000 ENGINE (PWS)"
    },
    {
      "id": 644,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "117000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    },
    {
      "id": 213,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
      "description": "105300 POWER TRAIN"
    }
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202643&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202643&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50203",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202632,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2019-2021 Ranger vehicles built on or before 09-Aug-2021 and 2021 Bronco vehicles may experience a loss of power when driving in freezing temperatures with an illuminated malfunction indication lamp (MIL) and/or powertrain malfunction indicator (wrench) lamp with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) P2111, P2112, and/or P2119. This may be due to water or ice buildup in the intake manifold behind the throttle body. If suspected, remove the throttle body and inspect for the presence of water or ice in the base of the intake manifold. If water or ice is found, replace the intake manifold with part number KB3Z-9424-B and crankcase vent oil separator hose, part number LB5Z-6A664-D. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM) Sections 303-01 and 303-08. For claiming, use causal part number 9424 and applicable labor times from Section 09 of the Service Labor Times Standard (SLTS) Manual.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-15T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 192,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
      "description": "100000 POWER TRAIN"
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      "name": "ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING",
      "description": "060000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50201",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202630,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco, Edge and Nautilus customers may be unable to authorize the\r\nFordPass/LincolnWay app and the Enable Connected Services prompt is not showing in the SYNC\r\nscreen with no diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) present in the telematics control unit (TCU) or the\r\ngateway module A (GWM). Before any repair attempts, try to authorize the vehicle via\r\nFordPass/LincolnWay app in order to verify the customer concern is still present. If the concern is\r\npresent, make sure the GWM is at the latest software level, and then make sure the TCU is at the\r\nlatest software level. If no software updates are available, remove the TCU and GWM fuses to reset\r\nthe modules. Make sure the customer is able to authorize the vehicle from FordPass/LincolnWay to\r\nconfirm the repair. If the concern is still present, follow normal diagnostics in Workshop Manual\r\n(WSM), Section 415-00.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-14T04:00:00Z",
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      "description": "980000 UNKNOWN OR OTHER"
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    {
      "id": 81,
      "name": "COMMUNICATION",
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2352",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202709,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos built on or before 24-Aug-2021 may exhibit a whistle noise coming from the front center of the vehicle and/or the climate control housing. This may be due to the sealing on the climate control case. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to apply butyl tape to cover small holes in the fresh air inlet door.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-14T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 312,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "160000 STRUCTURE"
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      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202709&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2354",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202711,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles built on or before 23-Aug-2021 may experience a charging system fault message displayed in the instrument panel cluster (IPC) and diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) U012D, U0284 and/or U0285 stored in the powertrain control module (PCM). This may be due to water intrusion in the active grille shutter connector. To correct this condition, follow the Service Procedure to inspect for water intrusion in the active grille shutter harness connector and repair as needed.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-14T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 194,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
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      "id": 644,
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202711&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202711&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50199",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202627,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos equipped with the Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond and/or Badlands trim levels built on or before 23-Jun-2021 may exhibit a whistle type noise coming from the drivers side mirror area of the vehicle. This may be caused by an excessive gap between the exterior mirror cover and glass housings. If the source of the noise is coming from the drivers door mirror assembly an updated exterior mirror cover is available to correct this condition.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-13T04:00:00Z",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202627&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2345",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202706,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with the Big Bend or Outer Banks trim levels built on or before 06-Aug-2021 may exhibit a whistle noise originating from the front of the hood area when traveling at speeds above 30 mph (50 km/h). If the whistle noise can be eliminated by taping off the gap between the hood and grille opening, this condition may be due to the hood seal design. To correct this condition, replace the hood seal with the improved hood seal.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-11T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 321,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
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  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202706&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202706&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50184",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202622,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco/F-150/Explorer/Aviator/Police Interceptor Utility vehicles, excluding hybrid, may exhibit harsh or delayed engagement/shift concerns. Most concerns may be addressed with the PCM/TCM Transmission Accelerated Main Control Break In Routine. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 307-01, DTC Chart and/or Diagnosis By Symptom to identify the clutch(s) to be cycled. This routine cycles the shift solenoids and clutch control valves to remove contamination that may be sticking the valves and must be performed along with an adaptive drive cycle before attempting internal service. Although this routine was developed for low mileage vehicles, it\u001as usage is being expanded for various symptoms across the life of the vehicle.For claiming, use causal part 7A100 and applicable labor operations in Section 7 of the Service Labor Time Standards (SLTS) Manual.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-08T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 192,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202622&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50169",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202611,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with front parking aid sensors and a Ford Performance and/or aftermarket winch may inhibit the front parking aid sensor warning system and cause it to activate. As a resolution, the front sensors must be turned off by performing the following from the touchscreen; 1. Press Features on the touchscreen. 2. Press Driver Assistance > Park Aid Sensors > Front On, Rear On. 3. Front Sensors (Always) Off > Park Aid Sensors > Front Sensors (Always). Note: trying to adjust the location of the sensor will not resolve this concern. If the front sensors do not stay off after each key cycle monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-04T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202611&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2339",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10202702,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a soft top roof may experience paint scratches on the sports tube due to contact with the soft top roof frame during the open and close operation. This may be due to a lack of protective measures installed on the soft top roof frame. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to apply protective hook and loop fasteners to sections of the soft top roof frame.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-10-01T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
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      "id": 323,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162900 STRUCTURE"
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      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
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      "id": 639,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY",
      "description": "356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202702&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10202702&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "21B49",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201909,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Certain 2021 Model Year Bronco Vehicles Equipped with a Hard Top Roof Roof Panel Delamination; In all of the affected vehicles, the exposed or unsealed edges on the molded in color hard top roof may cause an unsatisfactory appearance when exposed to extreme water and humidity. This concern is strictly an appearance issue as the function of the roof is uncompromised.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-30T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 178,
      "name": "UNKNOWN OR OTHER",
      "description": "980000 UNKNOWN OR OTHER"
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    {
      "id": 314,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162000 STRUCTURE"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201909&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201909&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50149",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201602,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with front and rear parking aid sensors may set diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) for all 8 parking aid sensors and/or circuits. This may be due to the software within the parking aid module (PAM). To correct the condition, reprogram the PAM using the latest software level of the appropriate Ford diagnostic scan tool. For claiming, use causal part 15K866 and applicable labor operations in Section 10 of the Service Labor Time Standards (SLTS) Manual. After PAM programing check for DTCs and correct as necessary.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-24T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
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    {
      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
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    {
      "id": 639,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY",
      "description": "356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY"
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  ],
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201602&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50148",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201601,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may experience multiple warning indicators / messages displayed in the instrument panel cluster (IPC) and/or multiple communication fault diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) setting in and/or related to the HS2-CAN modules. This may be due to a loose and/or improperly seated connector C210. If the vehicle exhibits the above conditions, access and inspect connector C210 for proper attachment and/or damage and repair as necessary. To access the connector, remove the right side lower cowl side panel (follow Workshop Manual, (WSM) Section 415-00 > Removal and Installation > A-Pillar Speaker, Steps 9-10) and the glove compartment (follow WSM Section 501-12 > Removal and Installation > Glove Compartment). If this fault persists, refer to WSM Section 418-00A and continue with normal diagnostics.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-24T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
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    {
      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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    {
      "id": 639,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY",
      "description": "356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE/MOBILITY"
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201601&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2297",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201624,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2020-2021 Explorer/Aviator and 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit an illuminated airbag warning indicator with diagnostic trouble code (DTC) B1404:13 and/or B1407:13. This may be due to contamination and relative movement in the connection between the wiring harness and the side airbag. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure steps to replace the affected connector with a service pigtail and the affected side airbag.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-13T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 70,
      "name": "AIR BAGS",
      "description": "143300 AIR BAGS"
    },
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201624&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201624&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50084",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201578,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco 5 door models equipped with a hard top roof configuration may exhibit poor Sirius XM satellite radio reception and or signal loss in rural areas with dense foliage, tall buildings, or other similar obstructions. No additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution to improve this condition that is expected to be available for service in January 2022. In addition, if the vehicle is equipped with the optional factory roof rails and crossbars this may further degrade the reception. Removing the roof rails and crossbars may improve reception performance. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-09-03T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201578&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201578&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2285",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201065,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a hard top may exhibit a loose and/or sagging headliner. This may be due to the factory installation process. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to re-adhere the headliner.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-31T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 312,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "160000 STRUCTURE"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201065&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201065&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50064",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201034,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2013-2021 Ford and Lincoln vehicles may exhibit noise when the brakes are applied. When diagnosing and repairing brake noise conditions, use the Workshop Manual (WSM) and the appropriate pinpoint test in section 206-00. The brake rotors should only be machined if directed by the WSM because one or more of the following conditions are present on the braking surface: scoring, excessive corrosion/rust or pitting, bluing/discoloration and/or heat spots. For additional information, refer to WSM section 206-00.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-25T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 541,
      "name": "SERVICE BRAKES, ELECTRIC",
      "description": "031110 SERVICE BRAKES, ELECTRIC"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201034&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 124,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201034&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50065",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201025,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco 5 door models equipped with a hard top roof configuration may exhibit poor Sirius XM satellite radio reception and or signal loss in rural areas with dense foliage, tall buildings, or other similar obstructions. No additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution for this condition that is expected to be available for service in January 2022. In addition, if the vehicle is equipped with the optional factory roof rails and crossbars this may further degrade the reception. Removing the roof rails and crossbars may improve reception performance. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-25T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 390,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "353400 EQUIPMENT"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201025&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201025&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50045",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201015,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2018-2021 Ford/Lincoln vehicles equipped with a wireless charging pad may exhibit an inoperative charging pad, slow charging, a notification that the phone has been mispositioned on the charging pad and/or the phone charging icon in the center screen is not showing. This may be due to the customer's phone if they are using an iPhone 12. Vehicles equipped with a wireless charging pad are designed to charge best with phones that follow the Qi standard. The iPhone 12 hardware currently does not follow the Qi standard for wireless charging. This may make it difficult for Ford and Lincoln vehicles to wirelessly charge this specific phone. The phone can still be charged using the USB cable if the vehicle experiences the above symptoms. If the customer is using an iPhone 12, verify the wireless charging pad works with a Qi certified phone prior to any part replacements.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-17T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
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  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201015&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 41,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201015&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "OTA SU1-Bronco",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200902,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Software Update 1 (SU1) for 2021 Model Year Bronco vehicles is now available.  Involves: Zone Lighting Battery Drain, Remote Start Battery Drain, Contrast improvements to analog rear view camera",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-12T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    },
    {
      "id": 451,
      "name": "BACK OVER PREVENTION",
      "description": "280000 BACK OVER PREVENTION"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200902&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200902&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "21B49",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10201082,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "In all of the affected vehicles, a quality concern on the molded-in color hard top roof was identified during our quality inspections. This concern is strictly an appearance issue as the function of the roof is uncompromised. The exposed or unsealed hard top edges may cause unsatisfactory appearance when exposed to extreme water and humidity.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-12T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 312,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "160000 STRUCTURE"
    },
    {
      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
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  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201082&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10201082&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
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  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50029",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200997,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos equipped with the Base, Big Bend, Black Diamond and/or Badlands trim levels may exhibit a whistle noise coming from the drivers side mirror area of the vehicle. This may be due to an excessive gap between the exterior mirror cover and the glass housing. This condition does not affect vehicle durability and no additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution for this condition that is expected in October 2021. Replacement of the mirror and/or mirror cover will not resolve this condition. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule service appointments for customers once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-10T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 620,
      "name": "VISIBILITY",
      "description": "135000 VISIBILITY"
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2262",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200741,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with a 2.3L engine may exhibit an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) P0300, P0301, P0302, P0303 And/Or P0304. These DTCs may be caused by the powertrain control module (PCM) configuration related to the fuel injector operation. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reprogram the PCM.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-10T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 552,
      "name": "ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING",
      "description": "060000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING"
    }
  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200741&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
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{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50005",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200991,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit a side door window that gets hung up on the upper door weatherstrip when opening the door causing resistance to opening. This may be due to an incorrect alignment of the side door and/or window. To correct this condition, ensure no damage exists to the door, latch or related components and make necessary repairs before continuing. If concern persists, perform the Up/Down, Fore/Aft Adjustment (steps 1-15), refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 501-11, Front/Rear Door Window Glass Adjustment Procedure. If the concern has not been resolved, perform Pinpoint Test K located in Section 501-11 of the WSM.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-04T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 608,
      "name": "VISIBILITY",
      "description": "130000 VISIBILITY"
    }
  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200991&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200991&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 50003",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200986,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit a creak/pop type noise when any of the side doors are opened and closed. This may be due to incorrect door installation, alignment and/or incorrect tightening of the two bolts which hold the door to the vehicle body. To correct this condition, inspect for and address any damage to the door and/or latch components, then remove and reinstall the suspect door following the instructions located in the Digital Owners Manual, Removable Vehicle Components > Removable Doors > Removing and Installing the Doors. In this section you \u001all also find a detailed tutorial video of the process. If the noise persists, perform the Front/Rear Door Alignment procedure located in the Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 501-03 Body Closures.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-04T04:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 312,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "160000 STRUCTURE"
    }
  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200986&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200986&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "TSB 21-2251",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10200737,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles built on or before 09-Jul-2021 may exhibit an intermittent No Key Detected message displayed in the instrument cluster followed by a double horn chirp immediately after starting the vehicle. This may be due to a software parameter in the driver door module (DDM) and/or the passenger door module (PDM). To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reprogram the DDM and PDM.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-08-02T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 749,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "114600 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    }
  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200737&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10200737&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49979",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10199513,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with Big Bend and Outer Bank trim levels may exhibit a whistle noise originating from the front of the hood area when traveling at speeds above 30 mph (50 Km/h). If the whistle noise can be eliminated by taping off the gap between the hood and grill opening, this condition may be due to the hood seal design. Hood seal replacement will not resolve this condition. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and Ford is currently working to release an improved seal design that will be available in October 2021. Follow up with the customer to schedule an appointment once OASIS confirms part availability.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-07-26T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 388,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "114100 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    },
    {
      "id": 889,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162820 STRUCTURE"
    }
  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10199513&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10199513&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49920",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10199494,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with front and rear parking aid sensors may set diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) for all 8 parking aid sensors/circuits if 2 or more rear parking aid sensors/circuits have a concern. This is due to the software within the parking aid module (PAM), and module replacement will not resolve this condition. If the PAM sets DTCs for all 8 parking aid sensors/circuits, diagnose the rear parking aid sensor and circuit DTCs first. Reference Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 413-13A for parking aid diagnostic information. Ford is currently working on a software update that is expected to be available August 2021. The customer can continue to drive the vehicle and schedule a follow-up appointment for October, when software is expected to be available. Follow up with the customer to confirm the appointment once OASIS confirms software availability.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-07-01T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    },
    {
      "id": 672,
      "name": "PARKING BRAKE",
      "description": "054000 PARKING BRAKE"
    },
    {
      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
    }
  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10199494&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10199494&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49925",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10199498,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with exterior zone lighting may experience an intermittent single hazard lamp flash when hazards are off. This condition is due to the body control module (BCM) software. This condition occurs when zone lighting is activated then deactivated while the engine is OFF, or during an engine auto-start-stop event. This condition may be temporarily suppressed by activating then deactivating the zone lighting feature while the engine is running. Module replacement will not resolve this condition. Ford is currently working on a software update that is expected to be available October 2021. The customer can continue to drive the vehicle and schedule a follow-up appointment for October, when repairs are expected to become available. Follow up with the customer to confirm the appointment once OASIS confirms software availability.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-07-01T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 407,
      "name": "EXTERIOR LIGHTING",
      "description": "120000 EXTERIOR LIGHTING"
    }
  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10199498&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10199498&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49928",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10199500,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Mustang Mach-E, F-150, Edge/Nautilus or Bronco vehicles equipped with SYNC 4 may have a customer symptom of the SYNC voice commands being activated without pushing the steering wheel switch. This may be due to the feature called Wake Word within SYNC 4. This feature allows the driver to activate the SYNC 4 system without pushing the steering wheel switch. Under the touchscreen Settings > Voice Settings the preferred Wake Word can be changed. The feature can also be disabled if the customer does not want the SYNC voice commands being activated without touching the steering wheel switch. This feature is not a defect. Do not submit a claim for this condition.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-07-01T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    },
    {
      "id": 715,
      "name": "POWER TRAIN",
      "description": "102640 POWER TRAIN"
    }
  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10199500&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 6,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10199500&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49911",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10198654,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Broncos equipped with exterior zone lighting may experience an intermittent single hazard lamp flash when hazards are turned off. This condition is due to a software issue within the vehicles body control module (BCM). This fault is induced anytime a customer activates then deactivates exterior zone lighting lamps while the engine is OFF. This may generate a single hazard lamp flash when the engine is shut off or during an engine auto-start-stop event. Inform customers that this condition can be temporarily corrected by activating then deactivating the exterior zone lighting feature while the engine is running. Engineering is currently working on new software to correct the condition that is expected to be available in October 2021. Let the customer know they can continue to drive the vehicle and schedule a follow-up appointment for repair in November 2021. Monitor OASIS for updates.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-06-25T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
    }
  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10198654&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10198654&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49909",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10198652,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles may exhibit a No Key Detected message displayed in the instrument cluster followed by a double horn chirp immediately after starting the vehicle. The condition is due to a software issue in the driver door module (DDM) and/or the passenger door module (PDM). Replacement or reprogramming of the DDM and/or PDM will not resolve the issue. This condition does not affect vehicle durability and no additional diagnosis or service is required for this condition at this time. Inform customers that they can continue to drive the vehicle and engineering is currently working on a solution for this condition that is expected to be available for service in July 2021. Monitor OASIS for additional information and schedule a service appointment with the customer once the repair becomes available.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-06-24T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    }
  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
  "associatedDocuments": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10198652&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications",
  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10198652&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "SSM 49895",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10198649,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "Some 2021 Bronco vehicles equipped with front and rear parking aid sensors may set diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) for all 8 parking aid sensors and/or circuits if 2 or more rear parking aid sensors and/or circuits have a fault. This is due to the software within the parking aid module (PAM). If the PAM sets DTCs for all 8 parking aid sensors and/or circuits, diagnose the rear parking aid sensor and circuit DTCs first. Reference Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 413-13A for all parking aid diagnostic information. An update to the PAM software will be available in August 2021. Monitor OASIS for updates.",
  "communicationDate": "2021-06-18T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 374,
      "name": "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM",
      "description": "110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM"
    }
  ],
  "associatedDocumentsCount": 1,
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  "associatedProductsCount": 1,
  "associatedProducts": "https://api.nhtsa.gov/safetyIssues/byNhtsaId?nhtsaId=10198649&filter=issueType&filterValue=manufacturerCommunications"
}
{
  "manufacturerCommunicationNumber": "20B56",
  "nhtsaIdNumber": 10184651,
  "subject": null,
  "summary": "There is expected to be a low number of vehicles found with a concern door handle.  In some of the affected vehicles, the interior door handle may have excessive material present on the door handle cavity. This can cause the door handle cable to bind during operation.  If the cable binds, it may result in a door that cannot be opened from the inside. The door can still be opened using the exterior door handle. It is also possible that the door cannot be closed. If the door will not close, the instrument cluster will illuminate with a Door Ajar warning",
  "communicationDate": "2020-12-21T00:00:00Z",
  "components": [
    {
      "id": 569,
      "name": "EQUIPMENT",
      "description": "350000 EQUIPMENT"
    },
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      "id": 317,
      "name": "STRUCTURE",
      "description": "162310 STRUCTURE"
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