Ford has recently announced a new recall for the Mustang Mach E which is affecting around 49,000 cars. Ford has also asked all dealers to pause deliveries of the car until the issue is resolved.
The main issue is that the Mach E could overheat, caused by the high-voltage battery connectors overheating. This could result in the car not starting or to lose power while in motion.
Ford has stated it should be able to fix the issue with a new over-the-air software update, which should come out in July. This is according to Automotive News. If customers preferred, they can be taken to a Ford or Lincoln dealer to have the update installed.
Affected cars are those built between 27th May 2020 and 24th May 2022.