Recalls

Find the latest 2000 Lincoln Navigator recalls as issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Manufacturers.

Dates of Manufacture July 1996 - December 1999
Dates of Manufacture March 1999 - November 2000
Manufacturer Recall No. 00L11
Manufacturer Recall No. 00S05
Models Involved Ford Expedition, Lincoln Navigator
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID 00V073
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID 00V396
Potential Number of Units Affected 495000
Potential Number of Units Affected 565800
Remedy Dealers will replace the trailer hitch mounting bolts and nut plates. The manufacturer has reported that owner notification began April 24, 2000. Owners who do not receive the free remedy within a reasonable time should contact Ford at 1-800-392-3673.
Remedy Owners will be provided with revised owner guide inserts providing the required information and instructions for affixing these inserts to their owner guides. Customers will also be advised that if they prefer, their dealer will affix the inserts to their owner guides. The manufacturer has reported that owner notification began on Jan. 2, 2001. Owners who do not receive the free label within a reasonable time should contact Ford at 1-800-392-3673.
Summary Bolts which attach the trailer hitch assembly to the frame in sport utility vehicles could lose the clamp load. The trailer hitch could then separate from the vehicle.
Summary Certain sport utility vehicles, pickup trucks, and passenger vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 225, "Child Restraint Anchorage Systems." The affected Expedition/Navigator owner guides do not identify the locations of seating positions equipped with tether anchorage's and do not provide instructions for securing child seats to these tether anchorage's. The F150 Owner Guides do not provide the procedure for securing child seats to the tether anchorage's. The Taurus/Sable owner guides do not identify the center rear seating position as having LATCH-compatible lower anchorage's. In the event of a crash, the child seat may not be properly attached, increasing the risk of injury to the child.
Dates of Manufacture July 1996 - December 1999
Dates of Manufacture March 1999 - November 2000
Manufacturer Recall No. 00L11
Manufacturer Recall No. 00S05
Models Involved Ford Expedition, Lincoln Navigator
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID 00V073
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID 00V396
Potential Number of Units Affected 495000
Potential Number of Units Affected 565800
Remedy Dealers will replace the trailer hitch mounting bolts and nut plates. The manufacturer has reported that owner notification began April 24, 2000. Owners who do not receive the free remedy within a reasonable time should contact Ford at 1-800-392-3673.
Remedy Owners will be provided with revised owner guide inserts providing the required information and instructions for affixing these inserts to their owner guides. Customers will also be advised that if they prefer, their dealer will affix the inserts to their owner guides. The manufacturer has reported that owner notification began on Jan. 2, 2001. Owners who do not receive the free label within a reasonable time should contact Ford at 1-800-392-3673.
Summary Bolts which attach the trailer hitch assembly to the frame in sport utility vehicles could lose the clamp load. The trailer hitch could then separate from the vehicle.
Summary Certain sport utility vehicles, pickup trucks, and passenger vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 225, "Child Restraint Anchorage Systems." The affected Expedition/Navigator owner guides do not identify the locations of seating positions equipped with tether anchorage's and do not provide instructions for securing child seats to these tether anchorage's. The F150 Owner Guides do not provide the procedure for securing child seats to the tether anchorage's. The Taurus/Sable owner guides do not identify the center rear seating position as having LATCH-compatible lower anchorage's. In the event of a crash, the child seat may not be properly attached, increasing the risk of injury to the child.