(WXYZ) - Ford Motor Co. is recalling about 370,000 vehicles due to steering problems.
The company says possible corrosion to the steering shaft could results in the loss of steering.
The recall includes 2005 to 2011 Ford Crown Victoria, Mercury Grand Marquis and Lincoln Towncars.
Dealers will inspect the cars and make repairs. About 355,000 of the cars affected are in the U.S. The other 15,000 are in Canada.
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