Ford has released a software update to fix the rear spoiler issue plaguing some of its F150 models.

The company released the update on Tuesday.

The F150 owners forum is now reporting that the rear diffuser has broken.

The forum said the problem has been in Ford’s lineup for about six months and is not related to a specific model, though it does not appear to be related to the Ford F-150 Raptor.

Ford said it has fixed the problem in a software upgrade and that the fix should fix the issue for a few weeks.

Ford has yet to make any comment on the issue.

Ford is the first major automaker to announce a software fix for a rear spoiler that was previously reported to be a problem.

In January, Ford said the issue had been resolved, and in June, the company released a patch that fixed the issue on the 2018 F150.

Ford is also planning to release a new set of front spoiler replacement kits later this year.

The new front spoiler kits will have an integrated plastic component that connects to the spoiler.

The plastic component connects to a rubber plug that is installed in the driver’s side of the front bumper.

The company said the update fixes the issue because it reduces the amount of force on the plastic plug that connects the plastic component to the front spoiler.

The update also addresses the issue by changing the size of the plastic piece that connects with the front diffuser.