These repairs, of course, will be done free of charge. Furthermore, Ford will reimburse owners who previously paid for repairs for this now-confirmed defect. So far, Ford says it’s aware of two minor crashes specifically related to the problem. The good news is that there haven’t been any injuries, minor or serious.
Those who own Mustangs, regardless of what’s under the hood, can already go to the NHTSA’s official website to enter their car’s 17-digit VIN number to see if it’s included in the recall. If nothing appears, then you’re all good. If there’s a notification, you’ll be hearing from Ford shortly.