Recall Alert: Mustang Mach-E electric cars
Ford is recalling nearly 50,000 Mustang Mach-E electric cars, according to Yonkers-based Consumer Reports.
Ford officials says they may lose power while they're in motion or they may not start.
Ford explains that they're having an issue with the battery contactor overheating and not sending power where it needs to. As a result the vehicle could lose power while driving and potentially cause a crash.
Also, the battery contactor may overheat after the vehicle has been plugged into a DC fast charger and/or what Ford calls “wide-open pedal events” (i.e., putting the accelerator to the floor for quick acceleration).
The company says they're going to send what they call an "over the air" software update next month or you can get an update done at a Ford dealer.
According to the automaker, there are no open investigations with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
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