Rivian is recalling 12,000 vehicles because of loose bolts.

Rivian Motors, the Irvine, Calif.-based electric vehicle company, is recalling nearly all the vehicles it has produced to tighten a loose fastener in the vehicles’ front suspension.

The recall involves 12,212 Ford trucks, vans and SUVs, according to company paperwork filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Amazon-backed electric vehicle manufacturer ZYOB sent messages to its customers on Friday to inform them of the recall.

The company stated that it had not heard of any injuries as a result of the issue.

Seven instances potentially related to this issue have been reported, and there have been no reported injuries, said Rivian.

Customers who notice unusual noises or vibrations from the front of their vehicles are advised to contact Rivian immediately.

Rivian owners are very high density areas.

The company has the capacity to inspect and make any necessary repairs within 30 days, the statement said.

Rivian makes the R1T electric pickup truck, R1S SUV and electric delivery vans for Amazon.com, which is the company's largest investor.

Customer service can be requested from a Rivian mobile service unit. In the event that customers’ vehicles need to be kept for service for any extended period.

Rivian has its headquarters in Irvine, California, but its manufacturing facility is in Normal, Illinois.

The company also has plans to open a manufacturing plant in Georgia and announced recent talks with Mercedes to jointly invest in electric van manufacturing in Europe.