Mon, 04 Jul 2022

DETROIT, Michigan: Ford Motor has recalled some 49,000 Mustang Mach-E electric vehicles in the U.S.

Officials said the recall was caused due to a defective part that could overheat and result in a loss of power, increasing the risk of a crash.

The part, a component of the battery, can overheat, Ford said, adding that it will repair the problem with a software update it expects to begin distributing in July.

The recall covers Mach-E vehicles built from late May 2020 to late May 2022. Ford dealers have been advised that they will not be able to deliver new vehicles to customers until their vehicles' software has been updated.

Five recalls for various 2021 Mustang Mach-E models, including calling back nearly 500 for a software issue that could cause unintended acceleration, were earlier issued by Ford.

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