Ford Motor Company is recalling 1.3 million trucks over a safety issue that may cause the vehicle's doors to open while driving.
Ford estimates that repairs will cost $267 million.
The Associated Press reports that a frozen door latch or bent cable in the affected vehicles could cause the door not to open or close. While the company said that it is not aware of any accidents or injuries related to the issue, it increases the risk for injury.
The affected models include some of the model year 2015, 2016 and 2017 F-150's, as well as some 2017 Super Duty pickups.
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In the next month, the automaker will install water shields over door latches, and inspect and make any necessary repairs free of charge. The F-Series line of trucks are the best-selling vehicles in America and are also Ford's biggest cash cows. The second-largest US automaker also said its full-year adjusted earnings per share will still be in the range of $1.65 to $1.85 a share.
Ford has previously disclosed plans to spend $935 million on other recalls announced since August 2016.
The recall is for a faulty driver's side door that may allow the door to open unexpectedly while the vehicle is moving.
In September, Ford sold 82,302 F-Series trucks, up 21.4 percent from a year earlier. It shares were flat at $12.20.