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Ford Recalls 91,000 Cars Over Fuel Pumps, Dangerous Windows

Ford issued a recall today for more than 91,000 vehicles in North America due to a fuel pump issue the automaker said could potentially cause some vehicles to stall.

The fuel pump control module is at risk of failing, which Ford said in the recall notice could cause the engine to not start or "stall without warning while driving."

The recall covers only a subset of certain cars within a model family, including the Ford Taurus, Lincoln MKS, Lincoln MKT SUVs and Ford Police Interceptor sedans, according to a recall notice posted on Ford's website.

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All of the impacted vehicles have model years between 2013 and 2015, along with 3.5-liter turbocharged six-cylinder engines.

In addition, Ford said it would also replace the fuel injection pumps on some 2015-2016 Ford Transit cans.

While the company said it is not aware of any injuries or crashes associated with the fuel pump issue, they will notify affected customers who need to bring in their vehicles for a free repair.

If you want to see if your vehicle is impacted, check out Ford's safety recall page and enter your vehicle identification number (VIN).

The automaker also announced today it would update the power window software for 23,000 2017 Ford Escape vehicles as part of a safety compliance recall.

The power window system "may exceed the regulatory requirement for remote actuation closing force, increasing the risk of injury," the notice said.