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A "programming issue" prompted Ford to recall 65,000 Fusions Tuesday. The recall covers 2014 and 2015 models and includes gas-electric hybrids.
A software problem allowed the affected cars' ignition keys to be removed as many as as 30 minutes after the ignition switches were turned off if the cars were left in gear, which violates safety regulations, The Associated Press reports, increasing the risk of cars "rolling away unexpectedly."
Ford stated that there haven't been any reported injuries or crashes because of the issue. Of the vehicles recalled, 55,000 are in the U.S., and the rest are in Canada and Mexico.