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Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP has filed a class action lawsuit against Ford Motor Company (“Ford”) over reports of faulty water pumps causing engine failure.  The complaint alleges that, beginning in 2007 and continuing through the present, Ford has equipped millions of vehicles sold under the Ford, Lincoln and Mercury brand names with the Ford Cyclone Engine, also known as the Duratec engine.  Unbeknownst to purchasers and lessees of these vehicles, the Ford Cyclone Engine contains a defect in design, manufacturing, materials and/or workmanship that causes the water pump to suddenly and prematurely fail—before the end of the useful life of the engine—and can lead to catastrophic engine failure.

Affected Vehicles

Ford Edge 2007–2010
Ford Edge 2015–present
Ford Edge 285 2011–2014
Ford Explorer 2011–present
Ford F-150 282 2015–2017
Ford Flex 2009–present
Ford Fusion Sport 2010–2012
Ford Taurus 2008–present
Ford Taurus X 2008–2009
Lincoln MKX 2007–2010
Lincoln MKZ 2007–2012
Mazda 6 (3.7L) 2009-2013
Mazda CX-9 (3.5L) 2007
Mazda CX9 (3.7L) 2008-2015
Mercury Sable 2008–2009


If you purchased or leased one of the above vehicles and experienced engine failure due to a faulty water pump, and you would like to learn more about our litigation, please fill out our online form, or contact us today at 888-299-7706 or by email at info@ktmc.com.