Ford recalls Edge SUVs with faulty rearview cameras

Dearborn, MI – March 24, 2022 – Ford (NYSE:F) is recalling 78,376 vehicles with faulty rearview cameras that may show a blank or distorted image. This increases the risk of a crash. The recall includes the 2021 – 2022 Ford Edge SUVs.

Recall summary

The rearview camera’s main purpose is to increase visibility, as it allows the driver to get a clearer picture of the area behind the vehicle when reversing. These Fords’ rearview cameras may display a distorted or blank image due to a software error.

The affected component is SYNC software with multiple part numbers, including MU5T-14G682-EJ.

Recall risks

A faulty rearview camera can make it harder to back up and increases the risk of a crash or injury.

Other recent Ford recalls

Last month, over 330,000 Ford Mustangs were recalled over a similar issue, as reported.

Prior to that, in January, nearly 20,000 Ford trucks were recalled due to fire risk caused by a potential fuel leak

In December 2020, there was a Ford Edge recall due to possible loss of parking function or a stall while in motion, as reported. The recall also included Ford Explorer and Ford Taurus vehicles.


Dealers are set to perform a free remote software update before the end of the month. Letters with more information are set to be sent to owners on April 25, 2022. 

Is your vehicle part of this recall?

More than 70,000 Ford vehicles are included in this Ford rearview camera recall. To do a Ford recall check, please, use MotorSafety’s free vehicle lookup tool.

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