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VEHICLE SAFETY RECALL
Ford Motor Company of Australia Limited is recalling immediately EcoSport
vehicles as described below.
Applicable Vehicle Application/Affected Dates
EcoSport vehicles built from June 15, 2013 through August 26, 2014.
Note: The Build date of the vehicle (month and year) can be found on the Vehicle
Identification Label which is located on the B-pillar below the driver’s door striker.
The curtain airbag, seat belt pre-tensioner and side impact sensor circuits have
been incorrectly orientated in the main wiring harness. In the case of a side impact,
this would mean the side airbags may not deploy as designed.
Action Required by Owners
An owner of a recalled vehicle should, as soon as possible, arrange with an
Authorised Ford Dealer to have the wiring orientation of the main wiring harness
corrected. This service will be performed free of charge (parts and labour) by any
Authorised Ford Dealer. If an owner does not already have a servicing Ford Dealer,
the nearest Authorised Ford Dealer can be located at http://www.ford.com.au.
Each registered owner will be notified by letter from Ford of the actions to be taken
to arrange for this service.
Until the Safety Recall Service is completed the vehicle should be driven with
caution and at moderate speed.
Further Information can be obtained from any Authorised Ford Dealer or from Ford
Motor Company of Australia Limited, Customer Relationship Centre on toll free number
1800 503 672. Ford Motor Company of Australia Limited A.B .N . 30 004 116 223
Registered Office: 1735 Sydney Road, Campbellfield, Victoria 3061
for Australian Product Recall Information
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SCORES of motorcyclists rumbled through
the Riverland on Sunday, bearing toys and
money for the 2014 Toy Run.
About 200 riders participated in the annu-
al Ulysses Club event, which raised more
than $2600 and a large van of toys for the
Riverland Christmas Appeal.
Mallee Branch of the Ulysses Club presi-
dent Graeme Rule said the run was a “mag-
nificent success” and received a “generous
“It was the most we’ve raised for years –
much more than the last two years,” he said.
“The public were coming up to us on
every stop to donate stuff.
“We ended up with a Mercedes van
stuffed from front to back and right to the
roof with toys.”
Starting from either end of the Riverland,
the run departed from Renmark McDonald’s
and the Waikerie Hotel in the morning.
Riders met at Loxton, before travelling
through Berri and then to the Barmera Main
Street Markets, via Glossop.
“The weather was perfect and it contrib-
uted greatly to everyone’s happiness on the
ride,” he said.
“People came out, gave us a wave and
cheered us on.”
Riders report a bright toy story
stop of the
BOXES filled with luxuries
and beauty products will make
this Christmas a more joyous
occasion for abused Riverland
Riverland ministry group
Grace For Women recently
donated 32 ‘boxes of love’ to the
local rape and sexual assault ser-
vice Yarrow Place, as part of its
community outreach program.
The boxes included ‘girly’
treats – toiletries, perfume and
chocolates – and were valued at
Grace For Women team leader
Carolyn Huckel said the group of
volunteers wanted to “bless” the
less fortunate women.
“From what I’ve been told,
the women have been so over-
whelmed – they didn’t realise
there were other women out there
that cared about them,” she said.
“We know it’s not going to
make everything right, but we
just wanted to touch and bless
those women who have been
“We wanted to show them that
we love and care for them with
no strings attached.”
The ministry group plans to
distribute more boxes closer to
Spreading love to violence victims
Yarrow Place sexual assault worker Catherine Schwartzkopff (left) and social worker Sharlene Bevington
(second from right) were thankful for the ‘boxes of love’ donations from Grace For Women volunteers Carolyn
Huckel (second from left) and Mieka Main. Thirty-two boxes were distributed to abused women in the
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