Ford is recalling 661,000 Explorer SUVs in North America over worries that roof rail covers could confine and cause security issues for different drivers out and about, the automaker declared Monday.

The company said it will tell influenced clients starting the seven day stretch of June 28 and that vendors will introduce push pins to get the roof rails.

Ford said it’s not mindful of any mishaps or wounds identified with the broken component.

The automaker said in records posted Sunday that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration previously asked about the issue over a year prior. But since of the slim odds of a roof rail disengaging and the probability that drivers would identify a free roof rail cover before it represented a wellbeing worry out and about, the organization discovered that the issue “didn’t present a nonsensical danger,” the reports show.

Ford said a year ago it would give a one-time fix of the issue for influenced clients, the reports show, yet after surveying more information, the NHTSA mentioned a month ago that Ford issue a review.

Ford said the review remembers 620,483 vehicles for the US, 36,419 in Canada and 4,260 in Mexico.

The recall covers 2016 through 2019 model year Ford Explorers and the organization said it incorporates base and XLT trim levels, just as Police Interceptor and Explorer Sport models with roof rail covers that are painted silver, dark or outright dark.