Dearborn, MI – February 26, 2022 – Ford (NYSE:F) has recalled 330,784 2015 – 2017 Ford Mustang sport cars whose rearview cameras may fail to display an image or distort it. This limits drivers’ field of view while backing up, increasing the risk of crash and injury.
Two different issues could cause the 2015-2017 Mustangs’ rearview camera not to be available. In some cases, the harness that goes from the trunk lid may become damaged, interrupting the feed from the camera. Another possibility is for the camera wiring to become loose, also resulting in a “blank or distorted image.”
The components in question are Body Harness, with part numbers FR3T-14A005, GR3T-14A005 or HR3T-14A005, and the Rear View Camera itself, with part number FR3T-19G490-A.
You can find out more about all potential risks in this Ford rearview camera recall from October 2021.
Other Ford recalls
Among previous Ford Mustang Recalls, there is only one recent, which was caused by brake pedal assembly issues that could result in a vehicle rollaway. This recall only affects certain 2015 Ford Mustangs, as well Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ cars.
Dealers will repair the harnesses and replace the rearview camera if needed. Notifications about the repair will be sent to vehicle owners between March 7 and March 14, 2022.
Is your vehicle part of this recall?
These Ford Mustang rearview camera problems resulted in a recall that includes more than 300,000 vehicles. To do a Ford recall check and see if yours is one of them, use MotorSafety’s free vehicle lookup tool.