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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Ford is taking steps to repair possible problems with its Explorer SUVs, which may cause elevated levels of carbon monoxide inside the vehicle.

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According to a CBS News report, nearly 1,300 people have filed complaints with Ford saying exhaust is leaking in the passenger cabin.

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The company is offering to reprogram the air conditioner, repair the SUV’s drain valves, and check the seals around the back of the vehicle.

However, Ford stopped short of issuing a recall, saying the vehicles are safe.

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More than 1 million Explorers made between 2011 and 2017 are affected.