After issuing three recalls for several vehicle models in late October, Ford (F) has issued three safety recalls for Ford truck owners and Lincoln MKX owners.

The first recall affects 168,055 2019 to 2020 Ford F-150 pickup trucks in North America that may have an improperly secured positive battery terminal fastener. According to Ford, the fastener may not be secured to the battery terminal due to wiring eyelet adhesive on the surface area of the terminal joint contact of the battery monitoring sensor.

This could cause an intermittent or inoperative vehicle system that could affect the instrument panel displays, braking or steering assist, or cause the engine to stall. The fastener could create a resistive short that could cause smoke, melting or fire.

The affected F-150s were built at Ford’s Dearborn Truck Plant from July 15 to Oct. 1, and at its Kansas City Assembly Plant from June 24 to Oct. 1.

To repair the issue, Ford dealers will inspect the positive battery cable joint for excess sealant adhesive. The excess adhesive will be removed, the joint will be reassembled, and the fastener will be retorqued to specification.

The automaker has not received any reports of accidents or injuries related to the recall.

The recall number is 19S40.

Ford is also recalling 59,664 2016 to 2017 Lincoln MKX vehicles with a 3.7-liter engine in the U.S. and Canada. The MKXs may have a battery cable harness that has a substandard clearance. This could cause the harness to come in contact with the transmission shifter cable bracket, wearing the insulation of the cable, and resulting in cable shorting to ground. This could cause overheating, melting, or fire of the wiring system.

The recalled MKXs were built at Ford’s Oakville Assembly Plant from Nov. 12, 2014 to Sept. 11, 2017.

To remedy the issue, Ford dealers will remove the four battery harness clips at the battery tray and one elbow guide. They will then install a wire channel shield and protective sleeve to the battery cable harness.

Ford has not received any reports of accidents or injuries from the recall. However, the company is aware of three fires that may have been related to the safety issue.

The recall number is 19S41.

Ford has also issued a recall for 100,375 2018 to 2019 Ford F-Series Super Duty trucks with LED headlamps in the U.S. and Canada. The recalled trucks have high-series daytime running lamps that are controlled by an incorrectly configured body control module that is in violation of a federal motor vehicle safety standard.

When the daytime running lamps are operated, and the master lighting switch is moved to the low-beam position, the daytime running lamps do not revert to the parking lamp illumination intensity, violating the safety standard.

The recalled Super Duty trucks were produced at Ford’s Kentucky Truck Plant. The 2018 Ford F-Series Duty trucks were built from May 1, 2017 to July 13, 2018, and the 2019 Ford F-Series Super Duty trucks were built from March 5, 2018 to Oct. 8.

To fix the issue, Ford dealers will update the body control module.

Ford has not received any reports of accidents or injuries related to the recall.

The recall number is 19C10.

Shares of Ford stock were up 1.82% as of 1:47 p.m. EST on Friday.