Two recalls have been issued by Ford (F) in North America for its 2019 Ranger trucks and 2013 to 2016 Fusion vehicles. The recalls affect approximately 2,500 trucks and 259,182 cars in the U.S.

The recall for the Ranger trucks affects select 2019 vehicles that have two fasteners that secure the transmission shift cable bracket to the transmission housing. The fasteners may not have been torqued to specification and could cause the transmission shift cable to come loose. This could lead to the transmission being placed in a different gear shift position than selected by the driver.

Without the proper torque specifications, drivers could remove the ignition key without the vehicle being in park. The instrument panel warning message would not display nor would a chime sound that notifies the driver that the vehicle is not in part.

Trucks that have the issue could move or roll away if the parking brake is not on, which could cause a crash or lead to injury.

The Ranger trucks affected by the recall were built in Ford’s Michigan Assembly Plant from March 5 to 13, 2019. The recalled vehicles can be repaired by a Ford dealer, who will properly torque the two fasteners and examine the transmission selector assembly for proper operation. The recall reference number is 19S15.

Consumers should use the parking brake to park their truck until they receive the recall repairs.

Ford has not received any reports of accident or injury related to the vehicle recall. The recall also affects 260 trucks in Canada.

The recall for 2013 to 2016 Ford Fusion vehicles affects select cars that have a 2.5 L engine. The shifter cable bushing that attaches to the shifter cable may be degraded and could detach from the transmission. This could cause the vehicle to be in a difference gearshift position then was selected by the driver.

The vehicle could allow the driver to set the shift lever in park and remove the ignition key without the transmission being in park. There may be no warning message or chime indicator. This could cause the vehicle to move and result in a crash or injury.

Ford said it is working to confirm the root cause of the recall and the final service repair process. Until then, drivers should use their parking brake. Vehicle owners will be notified by Ford when a remedy has been discovered. Fusion vehicles under safety recall 18S2 are not a part of this recall. The reference number for the recall is 19S16.

The affected Fusion vehicles were produced at Ford’s Flat Rock Assembly Plant from April 12, 2013, to Feb. 29, 2016, and at the Hermosillo Assembly Plant from Feb 9, 2012, to April 4, 2016.

Ford has received three reports of property damage and one report of an injury related to the recall. The recall also affects 10,282 vehicles in Canada, and 3,765 in Mexico.

Shares of Ford stock were up 1.17 percent as of 10:48 a.m. ET on Wednesday.