A week after Ford (F) recalled 500,000 pickup trucks for a fire hazard, the automaker has now issued two more recalls affecting 600,250 Fusion, Mercury Milan, and Lincoln MKZ cars and F-150 pickup trucks.

The company is recalling 600,166 select 2006 to 2010 Ford Fusion, Mercury Milan, and Lincoln MKZ cars that may have a valve inside the hydraulic control unit that could stick open. This could cause extended brake pedal travel, which could increase the risk of a crash.

Ford said it is aware of 15 reports of accidents and two injuries related to the issue on the vehicles that were built at its Hermosillo Assembly Plant in Mexico from Feb. 22, 2006 to July 15, 2019.

To repair the value problem, Ford dealers will inspect the hydraulic control unit for any sign of sticking or slow-responding valves, replacing it if necessary. The system will also be pressure flushed with DOT-4 brake fluid, and a new reservoir cap will be added.

The recall number is 19S54.

In a smaller recall, Ford is recalling select 2020 F-150 pickup trucks for spare tire bead damage. The recall affects 84 vehicles that may have head the spare tire bead damage when it was mounted to the wheel assembly, which could lead to corrosion over time. The trucks were built at Ford’s Dearborn Truck Plant in Michigan from Nov. 10 to 21, 2019.

According to Ford, bead wire corrosion can lead to separation of the tire’s bead wire that could cause a rapid loss of air pressure and the tire to detach from the wheel of the truck.

To fix the tire issue, Ford dealers will replace the spare tire.

The recall number is 19S55.

Shares of Ford stock were up 0.74% as of 3:16 p.m. EST on Friday.