Ford Recalls 30K+ Mustangs for Steering Issue

Ford Mustang Recall:  There is a recall for over 30,700 Ford Mustangs because of a problem that may result in the steering wheel turning unexpectedly.

Affected Models - This recall applies to vehicles manufactured from September 15, 2022, to April 5, 2023, for the 2022-2023 model years.

Risks Involved - "According to the recall report, a steering wheel that turns unintentionally can lead to a loss of vehicle control and raise the likelihood of a crash."

Ford's Commitment - Ford is dedicated to ensuring top-notch quality and promptly addressing any issues through recalls or service actions to minimize any inconvenience for customers.

Cause of the Issue - It seems that the issue stems from a misalignment in the calibration of the secondary digital torque sensor in the steering gear.

It's possible to resolve this issue by implementing a software update.

Free Update for Customers - Software updates will be provided free of charge by Ford dealers. Customers who have been impacted-

can take advantage of Ford's pickup and delivery service offered at participating dealerships.

Notification Timeline - Ford  will begin sending out notification letters in early August.

Mustang's History - In mid-April, the Mustang marked its 60th birthday. Can you believe it? More than 10 million Mustangs have been sold since it first hit the market.

Recent Sales Figures - Ford managed to sell around 27,400 Mustangs in the U.S. during the first two quarters of 2024.