Dearborn, MI – April 30, 2022 – Ford (NYSE:F) is recalling 21,904 trucks whose rearview cameras may fail to display an image. This can lead to an accident while backing up, increasing the risk of injury or property damage.
Vehicles affected by this recall include:
- 2019 Ford F-150
- 2019 Ford F-250 SD
- 2019 Ford F-350 SD
- 2019 Ford F-450 SD
- 2019 Ford F-550 SD
All vehicles that are part of this Ford truck recall have a rearview camera which has a wiring connector. The pins inside the connector of the recalled vehicles are deformed due to a supplier error. This causes the camera to display a distorted or blank image.
The component in question is the rearview camera, with multiple part numbers including JC3T-19G490-AD and JC3T-19G490-BD.
Read more about the risks of this recall and the history of rearview cameras in our recent article about a similar Stellantis recall.
Other Ford recalls
Over 78,000 of Ford Edge SUVs were recalled last month also due to malfunctioning rearview cameras, as reported.
There were at least two F-150 recalls in April. Last week, over 47,000 trucks were recalled due to faulty transmission that could cause them to shift into neutral on their own, increasing the risk of a collision. The week before, F-150s were among roughly 650,000 vehicles that were recalled due to inoperable windshield wipers, also as reported.
Dealers will replace the cameras in question with a redesigned version. Notifications to vehicle owners will be sent between May 16, 2022 and May 20, 2022 and all repairs will be done free of charge.
Is your vehicle part of this recall?
This Ford rearview camera recall is affecting more than 20,000 trucks. To do a Ford recall check and see if yours is one of them, use MotorSafety’s free vehicle lookup tool.