For the second time in a matter of weeks Ford is recalling 2013 Escapes because of a problem that can cause fires.
This newest recall affects 7,600 Escape SUV's with 1.6-liter four-cylinder engines.
According to Ford, plugs that fill holes in the engine may not have been installed properly and can fall out while the motor is running. Coolant may then leak and cause the engines to overheat. A spokeswoman for the automaker says one leak caused a fire at a dealer when coolant spilled onto hot engine parts.
The company says it will add a sealant and put a secondary cover over the plugs at no cost to owners.
In July Ford recalled 2013 Escapes to fix fuel lines that can crack, leak and cause fires.