Ford Motor Company is recalling thousands of its best-selling trucks because they could slam on the brakes when they shouldn't.
The recall involves 37,000 F-150 pick-ups from the 2015 model year.
The problem occurs when the truck is in what's called "adaptive cruise control" mode, which applies the brakes if it detects an obstacle.
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Ford says when the truck passes a large, highly reflective truck, the radar can be fooled into thinking that large truck is in the F-150's lane and then hit the brakes.
Ford said it is aware of one accident that could be a result of the problem, but it's unaware of any injuries.
The problem can be fixed with a software update.