Ford recalls more than 600 thousand carsOctober 2, 2020
2020 Ford Escape, Explorer, F-150, Mustang, and others are prone to an issue where the rear view camera screen may display distorted images or remain blank.
Ford announced today that it will recall 620,246 vehicles built at U.S. factories between October and November 2019 and May through June 2020. All 2020 models. The problem is with a faulty rear view camera, which may leave the screen blank or distort the screen. Ford said it will replace cameras and begin notifying dealers and customers on November 7, 2020.
According to the revocation notice posted on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) website, the problem is poor electrical connection. Vehicles affected: Ford Escape, Expedition, Explorer, Edge, Mustang and Transit models, and Ford F-150, Super Duty and Ranger pickups. In addition, the recall includes the Lincoln Corsair, MKX and Nautilus.
NHTSA and Ford only reported the total and did not release estimates of how many of these vehicles are being recalled specifically. Owners can check the NHTSA website themselves to see if their vehicle has been affected. According to Ford, no accidents or injuries have been reported related to this problem.
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