As a growing number of Ford Explorer drivers report incidents of dizziness, nausea and vomiting to federal regulators who are conducting an active investigation into the complaints, Ford dismissed last week the need for a safety recall.
Elizabeth Weingandt, safety communications manager at Ford, said, "Explorers are safe. Ford's investigation and extensive testing has not found carbon monoxide levels that exceed what people are exposed to every day.
"The safety of our customers is paramount," she said. "We encourage customers with carbon monoxide concerns to bring their vehicle to their local Ford dealer for a free service designed to reduce the concern."
More than 1,300 Ford Explorer owners have reported issues to the federal safety officials, who began investigating in 2016.
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