Ford (F) has issued three recalls affecting 350,000 trucks, SUVs, and cars.

The first recall has an urgent warning from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration due to the possibility of the vehicle’s engines catching on fire while parked or driving.

The recall affects over 39,000 2021 Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator SUVs that could have a fire in the engine compartment when the vehicle is driving or parked, even when the ignition is in the “Off” position.

Ford said some drivers have reported a burning smell and smoke coming from the front passenger engine compartment while they were driving, according to the recall notice.

Owners of the impacted SUVs are being advised by Ford to park their vehicles outside and away from any structures until the automaker has determined a repair. The remedy for the safety issue is still under development.

Recall notices are expected to be mailed to affected Expedition and Navigator owners starting on May 23. A second letter will be mailed out once the repair is available, Ford said.

Ford said it has received 16 potentially related reports of underhood fires related to the recall, but no cause or origin has been identified. Of those reports, the automaker is aware of one possible injury related to the condition, it said.

Also being recalled by Ford are over 310,000 F-Series pickup trucks because the airbags may not deploy.

The recall affects certain 2016 Ford Super Duty F-250, F-350, F-450, and F-550 trucks that may have dust that accumulated in the steering wheel clock spring,. This could cause the electrical connection to malfunction and prevent the driver-side airbag from deploying as intended.

To repair the airbag issue, Ford dealers will replace the steering wheel clock spring at no charge to vehicle owners. Affected F-Series truck owners will be notified of the recall by mail starting on July 5.

A third recall was also issued for Ford’s 2021 electric Mustang Mach-E SUVs over a software error that could cause unintended acceleration, declaration, or loss of drive power – all of which are crash risks.

The recall affects 464 Mach-E vehicles with all-wheel drive. In these SUVs, the powertrain control module functional safety software may fail to detect errors.

To fix the error, Ford dealers will update the software, or an over-the-air update will be provided at no charge to vehicle owners. Impacted Mach-E owners will be notified by mail of the recall starting on May 30.

Questions about the recalls can be directed to Ford customer service at 1-866-436-7332.

As of Thursday at 10:57 a.m. ET, shares of Ford were trading at $12.87, down $0.09, or 0.67%.

The Ford name plate is seen on the interior of the Ford F-150 Lightning pickup truck during a press event in New York City, U.S., May 26, 2021.
The Ford name plate is seen on the interior of the Ford F-150 Lightning pickup truck during a press event in New York City, U.S., May 26, 2021. Reuters / BRENDAN MCDERMID