Ford Oil Leaks

Is Your Ford Leaking Oil?

What to Do When Your Ford is Leaking Oil

Is Your Ford Affected By the Ford Oil Leak Recall?

In April of 2022, Ford recalled 73,000 vehicles for oil leaks and problems with trailer braking systems. The affected vehicles were the 2020-2022 Ford Escape and the 2021-2022 Bronco Sport with the 1.5L engine. If your vehicle is part of this recall, you should have received notice from Ford. You should immediately take your vehicle to a certified service shop for repairs and replacement parts.

Why Do Engines Leak Oil?

The vehicles affected by the recall were leaking oil due to housing prone to cracking. The recall service replaced the housing and fixed the oil leak issue. There are other reasons why your engine might leak oil, though. If your gasket or oil pan is worn, it may leak. If you've had engine repairs done, improperly installed engine components can cause an oil leak. Another cause might be faulty valve seals and rings. Any of these issues can lead to an oil leak, regardless of the make and model of your vehicle. One of the best ways to protect your engine and avoid costly and time-consuming repairs is to have regular oil changes performed on your vehicle at a certified service station like Noble Auto Service. The technicians at Noble Auto Service will inspect your engine for the common problems behind the oil leaks mentioned above before draining and refilling your engine with the proper weight oil for your vehicle and driving habits.

Bring Your Vehicle to Noble Auto Service for All Your Ford Repair Needs

Whether you need a major engine repair due to an oil leak or you want to maintain your Ford vehicle with regular oil changes, the team at Noble Auto Service is here for you. Give them a call to make an appointment or stop by the shop in Noblesville to speak with a customer service advisor about what the team can do to get your Ford vehicle on a maintenance service schedule or repair any issues you're having.

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