Ford Announces Recall Over Rear Camera Lens

Ford SUV display at a dealership. Ford sells traditional gasoline, electric and hybrid SUV models.

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Ford is recalling over 277,000 vehicles over an issue with the rear-view camera.

The company says the anti-reflective lens can degrade, making the image cloudy and reducing visibility.

The recall affects F-250, F-350, and F-450 trucks and Lincoln Continental cars from model years 2017 through 2020, with a 360-degree camera system.

Ford will notify affected owners by letter in September.

The camera can be replaced at a dealer for no charge.

Read the full report on ABC 15.

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