Sometimes it's not just a single problem in a single factory that issues like running recall. This is the case with Ford's last major recall.
Ford has issued a revocation covering approximately 550,000 examples of Ford Fusion since 2013-2014 and Ford Escape SUV. The vehicles were built in three separate plants ̵
The problem stems from the transfer – or rather a part associated with it. A bus that is responsible for holding the shifter cable in the transmission can be detached. If that happens, the transfer can be in a different gear than the driver might think it is. For example, you can put the car in Park, and the dashboard would show Park, but the car would still be in exchange.  There is obviously a major safety problem, as accidental vehicle movement can cause damage to the car, a construction in which it is parked in or the driver and passengers. Thankfully, Ford has not received any notifications of accidents or injuries associated with this issue.
Solving the problem is easy. When the car is released at a dealer, the technicians will replace the current shifter cable bush. In the meantime, Ford proposes that owners of affected vehicles use the parking brake every time the car is located in Park. That way, even if it is still in the gearbox, the parking brake will prevent it from moving inadvertently.