D.C., Jan. 27 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. (F.N) announced on Friday that it is recalling 462,000 vehicles worldwide due to a potential issue 

The recall, according to the American carmaker, affects 382,000 Explorer, Lincoln Aviator, and Lincoln Corsair models from the 2020 to 2023 model years that use 360-degree cameras.


Ford reported that it has received over 2,100 warranty reports and reports of 17 minor crashes related to the recall issue, but no instances of injuries.

This recall replaces and extends the 228,000 vehicle recall from 2021. Vehicles previously updated under the prior recall will require the new update

After the 2021 recall was finished, Ford claimed that in late 2021 and 2022, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 

After Ford recalled 620,246 vehicles for a different rear camera problem in 2020, the NHTSA launched an inquiry in August of that year. 

In subsequent years, Ford has issued other recalls involving rear cameras, including one involving 47,000 American 2021-2022 Bronco vehicles.

because the driver can be distracted if the image from the rearview camera is still visible after a backing event has completed.