Following a series of safety recalls for its F-150 and Super Duty pickup trucks and Lincoln MKX SUVs, Ford (F) has recalled its 2019 Ranger pickup trucks for a tail lamp issue.

The recall affects 78,264 vehicles in the U.S. and Canada that were produced at Ford’s Michigan Assembly Plant from June 4 to Aug. 16.

The issue stems from the inline electrical connector terminals that may make the tail lamps misaligned or not properly seated, causing them to work intermittently or become inoperative, so the stop, turn, rear position, and reverse lamps do not work. This could reduce the visibility of the vehicle and fail to notify other drivers that the vehicle is braking, turning, or reversing, increasing the risk of a crash.

To repair the tail lamp issue, Ford dealers will inspect the underbody inline connector, and if the terminal is loose, it will be re-pinned into a replacement connector.

Ford has not received any reports of accidents or injuries related to the recall. Ford also said the high-mounted center stop light is not affected by the recall.

The recall number is 19S43.

Shares of Ford stock were up 0.52% as of 10:29 a.m. EST on Monday.

Ford South America The picture shows the logo of US auto-maker Ford on a car in Blanquefort, southwestern France on Feb. 18, 2019. Photo: Getty Images/GEORGES GOBET