Over 600 Ford Mustangs Recalled in Australia for Emissions Issue

Jacob Brooke
June 10, 2024
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Ford has announced a recall for 610 of its Mustang models spanning the 2021 to 2023 model years in Australia due to an issue with the fuel delivery system.

According to a recall notice released by the Department of Infrastructure on 31 May 2024, the low-pressure fuel delivery line may not meet the required specifications, potentially leading to fuel evaporation that does not comply with the Emissions Standards Regulations.

The affected vehicles, identifiable through VINs available on the Ford website, could breach the Australian Design Rule 79/04 – Emissions Control for Light Vehicles.

Ford has stated that the defect does not pose a safety risk nor does it impact the overall performance of the vehicles.

Owners of the recalled Mustang models are being instructed to contact an authorised Ford dealership to schedule a free repair to address the emissions issue.

For additional information, owners can reach out to the Ford Customer Relationship Centre via their phone number at 133 673 or through email at foacust1@ford.com.

This recall is part of Ford’s compliance efforts to ensure all affected vehicles meet the necessary environmental standards.

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