Ford recalls over 20 Mustang carsJune 2, 2020
Ford has announced the launch of a North American recall campaign for the Mustang.
As follows from the official press release, the recall is due to the fact that some cars may be equipped with an improperly installed front view camera.
“A front-view camera installed inappropriately can lead to a deterioration in the functionality of the elements during the operation of the car,” the company said. – These features include collision avoidance, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, driver warning, and automatic high beam control. The collision assistance system for detecting a head-on collision may be ineffective, which increases the risk of an accident. “
However, Ford currently has no information about accidents or fatalities due to a defect in the car. It is worth noting that 25 Mustang cars fall under the review, 24 of which are in the United States, and one in Canada.
All defective cars were built at the Flat Rock factory from February 10 to 11, this year. Official representatives of the company will soon contact the owners of the cars being recalled and offer them free calibration of the front view camera.
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