Ford recalls 330,000 Mustangs for rear camera failure that caused crashes

Ford recalls 330,000 Mustangs for rear camera failure that caused crashes

 Ford is recalling more than 330,000 Mustangs in the United States to fix blanking or distorting rear-view camera screens.

The recall covers cars from the years 2015 to 2017.

Documents released Wednesday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration say the rear-view camera wiring may become loose or damaged, causing the problem.

Ford said in documents that it is aware of two minor crashes and that there were no injuries due to the problem.

Dealers will repair the cable panel and possibly replace the camera. Revision notices will be mailed to homeowners beginning March 7. You will receive another letter when the pieces are ready.