Following a recall for Expedition SUVs for a seat belt buckle malfunction, Ford (F) has issued another recall for certain Lincoln MKZ vehicles for a replacement headlamp issue.

The recall affects 2013 to 2016 models with headlamps that were sold directly to customers or installed on the vehicles by a dealer. Ford said the recall affects 130 headlamps in 37 Lincoln MKZ vehicles.

According to Ford, the replacement headlamps were backorder red in North America, causing some dealers to use assemblies that were meant for the Korea and China markets.

While the headlamps were similar in design to the models used in North American vehicles, they do not comply with the U.S. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards’ beam patterns, illuminated side markers, and horizontal adjustments or the U.S. Department of Transportation’s markings.

To repair the headlamp issue, Ford dealers will inspect the assembly and provide a replacement as needed. Dealers will also contact customers that purchased the headlamps as an over-the-counter part and provide a replacement.

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

Shares of Ford stock were up 6.20% as of 9:38 a.m. EDT on Tuesday.

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The Lincoln MKZ mid-size sedan is seen during a news conference in New York, Dec. 3, 2012. Reuters/Shannon Stapleton