Ford is calling back a small number of 2015 Mustangs.
A total of 728 cars equipped with the new EcoBoost engine are being called back into dealerships, where they will have their fuel pressure sensor inspected. Ford says some of these sensors have been installed incorrectly which can lead to a pressurized fuel leak. Of course, this could lead to a fire.
Ford says it doesn’t know of any fires or injuries as a result of this problem. Only Mustangs built between Sept. 25, 2014 and Oct. 9, 2014 are affected by the issue.
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