Ford has announced three different recalls in order to fix more than 113,000 of a variety of vehicles.
The first recall affects 88,000 cars made between 2013 and 2015, including the Ford Taurus and Flex, and the Lincoln MKS and MKT.
Ford said the cars' fuel pump control modules could fail, causing the engine to stall without warning, and therefore increasing the risk of a crash.
The second recall is for about 2,500 Ford Transits made between 2015 and 2016, which have faulty fuel injection pumps.
And the third recall is for 23,000 of the company's 2017 Ford Escapes for faulty power window software.
Ford suggests that owners of the recalled vehicles should take them to dealers for repairs.