Ford Motor Co. has issued a recall for 52,600 F-250 pickup trucks after determining the vehicles can roll after the driver shifts the automatic transmission lever into the park position.
According to reports, the recall affects 2017 model year F-250 vehicles with 6.2-liter gasoline engines. All the recalled trucks were built in Ford’s Louisville, Kentucky truck plant.
In a statement, Ford said they were not aware of any accidents or injuries associated with the defect.
A similar recall involving made headline news last year when Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin was killed in a rollaway accident involving a Jeep Grand Cherokee .
A lawsuit has been filed against Fiat Chrysler by Yelchin’s parents.
Two other recalls were issued by Ford last week.
The first involved 211,000 vehicles equipped with potentially defective door latches. The defective latches could result in car doors opening while the vehicle is in motion.
The second involved 230,000 vehicles that were prone to engine compartment fires. Ford reported 29 fires related to the issue.