The 2021 Ford Mustang is one of its kind and the best among all other sports cars. It offers user-friendly features with a deft blend of straight-line acceleration. Despite all these features, it comes with its issues.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E that was built between February 24 and June 18, 2021 in Cuautitlán Izcalli, Mexico. The car is being recalled due windshield and sunroof issues. Ford recalls Mustang Mach-E due to windshield and glass roof hazards. Ford continues to face problems with its first series-produced electric vehicle, the Mustang Mach-E.
After Ford recalled dozens of early Mach-Es earlier this year for loose screws in the substructure, it now says the windshield and panoramic glass roof can loosen, leak or even blow away while you drive. And that’s not good.
Ford revealed plans to recall 17,692 of its all-electric Mustang Mach-E SUVs because their windshields may not have properly adhered to their frames during production.
Ford Mustang Mach-E has its own issues and was recalled for Windshield and Sunroof Issues. Ford revealed when questioned for the poor quality of the Windshield and Sunroof that the EV SUVs glass may have been improperly bonded during manufacturing which could allow the pieces to detach.
Unfortunately, nearly all of the 18,000 Mustang Mach-E models are at risk and being recalled in the U.S. Ford also claims that only about 13,000 of them are at increased risk of the windshield or roof detaching completely.
The company issued a similar SUV recall for 5,000 models in Canada. It has been reported that the Ford if loose, the SUV’s roof glass could potentially fly off while the vehicle is in use, causing a road hazard. Drivers are highly concerned about the recall because they are at risk.
Ford later confirmed the truck issue of windshield and sunroofs to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. ( NHTSA ) earlier this month, but has yet to identify the issue in production. Ford says impacted owners will be notified starting October 27 and owners are advised to take the car to their local dealer for repair.
That said, while they don’t know the cause of the problem, Ford will begin providing recall instructions to owners in late October. That should give them plenty of time to troubleshoot, find a solution, and replace faulty windshields and sunroofs throughout the Mustang Mach-E lineup.
Owners will most likely be able to bring vehicles in for an inspection and, if necessary, reinstall the items with more automotive grade adhesive or new glass panels. We will be attentive to the situation and will inform you if we obtain more information.