Ford Police Interceptor Seats problems and reviews: 1.
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Seats Ford 2013
Vehicle Is Not Equipped With Any Headrest For The Second Row Passenger Seat. The Vehicle Was Designed To Withstand A75 Mph Rear Impact But The Rear Seat Was Not Built To Provide Head/ Neck Support For Impact At Any Speed. The Neck And Head Of An Average Height Passenger Sitting In The Rear Will Most Likely Extend Above The Top Portion Of The Second Row Seat Therefore Providing No Support For The Head And Neck During A Sudden Stop Or Impact. The Absence Of The Headrest Could Result In Serious Injuries Or Death. The Current Design Of The Seat Does Not Lead Me To Believe That A Head Rest Can Be Retrofitted. The 2013 ford Explorer, Same As The police Interceptor, Is Equipped With A Second Row Headrest So It Makes No Sense Why The police Interceptor Is Being Sold Without That Critical Safety Feature To Professionals Who Advocates Vehicle Safety And Unfortunately, Witness The Consequences When You Ignore Them. I Appreciate You Speedy Attention To This Matter. *tr
0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died. Ford Police Interceptor 2013 problem was reported in MANCHESTER, CT. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control.
Sept 14, 2012
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