Ford issues three recalls for GT350 Mustang, Escape, Super Duty Ford loves issuing multiple recalls at once. The automaker has already sent out three whole batches of recalls this year, covering up to five different vehicles at once. That trend continues Tuesday, when the automaker issued three more. Like before, these

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