Ford has issued another safety recall on the 2015 Mustang, this time for potential fuel line leaks. The recall affects only about 728 cars, Ford says, and is due to an incorrect installation of a fuel pressure sensor. This could result in a pressurized fuel leak, the company says, and this could ultimately result in fire.
No fires, accidents, or injuries have been reported as relating to this condition, the company says, but the recall will be undertaken as a safety precaution.
Affected vehicles include certain 2015 Ford Mustangs equipped with 2.3-liter engines built at Flat Rock Assembly Plant, Sept. 25, 2014 to Oct. 9, 2014. Ford is aware of 712 vehicles in the United States and federalized territories and 16 in Canada. These totals are as of Dec. 3, 2014.
Dealers will replace the fuel supply tube assembly at no cost to the customer.
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