Ford announced its first recall of the sixth-generation Mustang today.
The company said the voluntary campaign will affect 53 vehicles that have a potentially defective seat belt buckle assembly. The buckle tension sensor in the recalled models might have been improperly calibrated by Ford’s supplier and could prevent the air bags from functioning as intended during a crash.
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Ford said it isn’t aware of any injuries related to the defect and that it plans to replace the passenger safety belt buckle through its dealer network at no charge to the handful of owners with affected cars.
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