Consumer Law

Ford Hit with Class Action Lawsuit Over Allegations of Equipment Disabling Internet Features

Ford Motor Company sold vehicles manufactured with 3G telematics equipment that is now obsolete due to AT&T phasing out 3G technology in 2022, a new class action lawsuit alleges. 

Plaintiff Michael Scriber claims Ford and Lincoln vehicles equipped with the obsolete telematics equipment cannot use internet-enabled features, including roadside emergency safety features. 

Scriber argues Ford, which contracted with AT&T to provide service for its 3G modems, failed to disclose in warranty manuals that the company installed “an inferior 3G modem.” 

Read the source article at topclassactions.com

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