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2015 Lincoln MKC Recalled for Bubbles in Windshield | Edmunds.com

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edited August 2014 in Lincoln
image2015 Lincoln MKC Recalled for Bubbles in Windshield | Edmunds.com

Ford Motor Co. is recalling 1,274 2015 Lincoln MKC SUVs because bubbles in the windshield could affect driver visibility.

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Comments

  • soakeesoakee Posts: 14

    Would this issue not be normally covered by the warranty?

  • I am seeng the same bubbles in the windshield of my 2015 Lincoln Navigator. The dealership has been less than helpful. The bubbles are getting worse and a particular problem when driving in to the sun. The dealership says that I have been in a sand storm. However, there is no damage to the paint or surrounding windshield rubber gaskets. I have not been in a sandstorm. I need help. Thoughts??
  • berriberri Posts: 9,346
    Ford needs to bring Alan Mullaly back. He left and now Ford quality seems to have now gone backwards and down.
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