Ford Recalls 2015 Mustangs for Fire Risk

Photo of 2015 Mustang courtesy of Ford.
Photo of 2015 Mustang courtesy of Ford.

Ford Motor Co. said it is recalling 728 2015 model-year Mustang vehicles in North America to address a potential fuel line leak that poses a fire risk.

A fuel pressure sensor, which is part of the fuel supply tube assembly, may have been installed incorrectly, the automaker said. This condition might result in a pressurized fuel leak that poses a fire risk.

However, Ford added it is not aware of any fires, accidents or injuries related to the problem.

The recalled vehicles are equipped with 2.3-liter engines built at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant from Sept. 25 to Oct. 9 of this year.

Of the 728 Mustangs recalled, 712 are believed to be in the U.S. and federalized territories. The remaining vehicles are in Canada.

To fix the problem, Ford dealers will replace the fuel supply tube assembly at no cost to the customer.

Comments

  1. Angela [ April 28, 2015 @ 02:24AM ]

    Dear Reservation:

    I would like to rent the 2015 Ford Mustang , is possible arrange pick up the car at San Francisco airport or downtown area on 22-Jun at 15:30pm and return car at Los Angeles airport or downtown areaon 27-Jun at 15:30pm

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