We know that Electric Cars are becoming more popular, but innovative new tech comes with teething issues. The latest recall from Ford involves a risk of overheating batteries.
Which Mach-E Models Are Affected?
The Mustang Mach-E has been around for a few years now. Ford has announced almost 35,000 vehicles needing a recall between the 2021 and 2022 model years. The problem arises from a part within the battery module which could overheat. Potentially causing power loss and risk of crashing.
When accelerating heavily or DC fast charging the internal battery contactors could overheat, which affects the extended-range battery models.
What Ford Will Do For Owners
The vehicles affected should be taken into repair at either a Ford or Lincoln dealership which will replace the part free of charge. This is a recent recall, and all Ford owners should be notified as of November 10th.
But this is not the first time Ford issued a recall, after the May 2023 safety recall causing owners to be out of pocket, Ford has issued a reimbursement plan for these unhappy drivers.
Conclusion and How You Can Take Back Control
EV owners are facing a range of issues, this is no exception with the Mach-E’s overheating battery parts. While recalls and software updates have been initiated, many owners continue to be unhappy with the solutions provided by automakers. These problems have the potential to escalate into further legal action, underlining the importance of protecting consumer rights.
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