Ford recollects greater than 330,000 Mustangs in U.S. for digital camera malfunction
Ford Motor Co. is recalling 330,784 Mustang muscle vehicles within the U.S. due to a defect that causes the rearview digital camera to malfunction.
A notice filed with NHTSA on Feb. 16 stated that sure 2015-2017 Ford Mustangs have broken or unfastened digital camera wiring that may trigger a distorted or clean picture on the display screen.
The NHTSA submitting stated that Ford is conscious of two reported minor crashes associated to the defect, though the automaker shouldn’t be conscious of any accidents.
The wire harness inflicting the problem in among the fashions was taken out of manufacturing in 2017, whereas the recalled rearview digital camera was taken out of manufacturing in 2015.
Sellers have been notified of the defect, and affected homeowners will likely be notified by mail on March 7.
Homeowners can take their vehicles into Ford or Lincoln dealerships for an inspection and potential substitute of the wire harness or rearview digital camera.
A Ford spokesman couldn’t be instantly reached for remark.