Ford is recalling 1.2 million Explorers over a problem with their suspensions.
The recalled SUVs are from model years 2011 through 2017, CNN reports.
Ford said that cars frequently ride over rough terrain may experience a fractured toe link on their rear suspension, which can affect steering and increase the risk of an accident.
Ford said one customer reported hitting a curb when the toe link broke, but it is not aware of any related injuries.
Ford said it will spend about $180 million to fix the problem, which will be done at no cost to the cars' owners.