Ford Focus Hard brake pedal may occur during engine warm up Recall

Recall affects Ford FOCUS
What is the recall for?
During engine warm up it is possible that the non return valve within the vacuum pump may stick. It is possible that if sufficient brake applications are made before the valve releases the vacuum stored within the brake booster will be used up and a hard brake pedal and longer stopping distances may result.
When was it announced?
May 21, 2009
What action are Ford taking?
Recall the vehicles that are likely to be affected to fit a revised design of non return valve to the brake vacuum pump.
Does this affect your Focus?

This issue affects Focus C-Max S-Max Kuga Galaxy & Mondeo fitted with 2.0L Duratourq TDCi Engine, this particular recall is for the Focus.

VIN Numbers
Not provided
Build Dates
Nov 1, 2008 - Mar 12, 2009

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