The 2015 Ford Mustang is already off to a rough start as Dearborn just issued a recall for 2015 models for leaky fuel lines.
Around 738 examples are being recalled with the 2.3L EcoBoost motor, 712 in the US and the remainder 26 in Canada. The problem is sourced to an improperly installed fuel pressure sensor, which could give way prematurely and cause a fuel leak. That of course raises the risk for fires. The part will be replaced free of charge.
In addition to the Mustang, Ford also issued a statement for 2014 Ford Transit Connect Cargo Vans. Around 19,825 units are being recalled over a problem with the adhesive being used for the plastic on the sliding doors. Dealers will also repair that free of charge.
Check out the press releases after the jump.
Ford Issues Safety Recall for Certain 2015 Mustang Vehicles in North America for Fuel Pressure Sensor Issue
Dec 4, 2014 | DEARBORN, Mich. – Ford is issuing a safety recall for approximately 730 2015 Ford Mustang vehicles in North America (actual 728) for a potential fuel line leak. A fuel pressure sensor, which is part of the fuel supply tube assembly, may have been installed incorrectly, potentially resulting in a pressurized fuel leak. A fuel leak in the presence of an ignition source may result in a fire.
Ford is not aware of any fires, accidents or injuries related to this condition.
Affected vehicles include certain 2015 Ford Mustangs equipped with 2.3-liter engines built at Flat Rock Assembly Plant, Sept. 25, 2014 to Oct. 9, 2014. Ford is aware of 712 vehicles in the United States and federalized territories and 16 in Canada. These totals are as of Dec. 3, 2014.
Dealers will replace the fuel supply tube assembly at no cost to the customer.
Ford Issues Safety Recall for Certain 2014 Transit Connect Cargo Van Vehicles in North America for Issue with the Plastic Panel on the Sliding Doors
Dec 4, 2014 | DEARBORN, Mich. – Ford is issuing a safety recall for approximately 20,000 2014 Transit Connect cargo van vehicles in North America (actual 19,825) for an issue with adhesion of an exterior plastic panel to the sliding doors. This issue may result in noise, a water leak, a loose panel, or separation of the plastic panel from the vehicle while driving, potentially increasing the risk of an accident or injury. Ford is not aware of any accidents or injuries related to this condition.
Affected vehicles include certain 2014 Transit Connect cargo van two-panel vehicles built at Valencia Assembly Plant, Aug. 9, 2013 to Sept. 20, 2014 and certain 2014 Transit Connect cargo van one-panel vehicles built at Valencia Assembly Plant, Aug. 9, 2013 to Sept. 20, 2014.
All of the 19,825 vehicles are located in the United States and federalized territories. These totals are as of Dec. 3, 2014.
Dealers will remove and reinstall the sliding door plastic panels using proper materials and procedures. This will be done at no cost to the customer.