Recall ID No. On April 25, , Ford Motor Company recalled 7. In a virtual replay on October 9, , Ford Motor Company announced the last of its six recalls for defective Cruise Control Deactivation Switches that suffered from the same failure mode as the earlier ignition switch — an electrical switch in a continually powered, non-fused circuit. In both cases, the suspect switch was made by Texas Instruments. This latest recall in the series brought the total number of vehicles involved to
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The Ford Pinto is a subcompact car that was manufactured and marketed by Ford Motor Company in North America, sold from the to the model years. The smallest American Ford vehicle since , the Pinto was the first subcompact vehicle produced by Ford in North America. The Pinto was marketed in three body styles through its production: a two-door fastback sedan with a trunk, a three-door hatchback, and a two-door station wagon. Mercury offered rebadged versions of the Pinto as the Mercury Bobcat from to — in Canada . From to , the Ford Mustang II shared a common platform with the Pinto and Bobcat, though with a different unibody and powertrain assortment.