The automaker says approximately 37,221 vehicles equipped with short-arm, manual-fold, power-adjust outside rearview mirrors in six provinces can corrode at the mirror pivot, potentially loosening or breaking the mirror pivot flange.
The affected vehicles are in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, or Quebec.
Because those provinces use deicing salts in the winter months, the vehicles can experience an accumulation of dust deposits which contain the salts, leading to the corrosion.
Ford said in a statement that it is not aware of accidents or injuries related to this problem.
Dealers will replace outside rearview mirror assemblies on affected vehicles.
Customer notifications will begin the week of Aug.16, 2021.