Ford Mustang Recalled for Backup Camera and Traction Control Issues
Ford is recalling over 25,000 Mustang coupes and convertibles from the 2019 and 2020 model years because their backup cameras, reverse lights, and active safety features may not work properly. The problems are due to a software issue.
In addition to an inoperable backup camera and reverse lights, drivers may also notice a warning light on the dashboard showing which functions are not available. These may include traction control, forward collision warning (FCW), blind spot warning (BSW) and cross traffic warning. The absence of these features increases the risk of a crash.
Ford says it is aware of nearly 200 warranty claims related to this recall, but no crashes or injuries.