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    Last month my truck was a total loss due to a fire that started under the hood. It was late at night thankfully the dog was on duty other wise my house may have been next. Today we received a recall notice for this reason. What should I do, and what if anything would be covered since the vehicle was on recall for this exact reason ?

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    What you do is up to you but I would contact whomever issued the recall and report what happened to your vehicle. There might already be something in place to handle restitution.
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      Originally posted by ElleMD View Post
      What you do is up to you but I would contact whomever issued the recall and report what happened to your vehicle. There might already be something in place to handle restitution.
      It was the Ford Motor company, I will contact them but I am sure their lawyers have made sure they are protected

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        You still need to contact Ford & go from there. If there was a recall, you "may" certainly prevail in a claim.
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