2020 Ford Mustang Recalled Because Brake Pedals Might Snap

The world’s best-selling sports car is in a pickle right now as Ford issues a recall of thousands of 2020 Mustang units due to defective brake pedal bracket assembly. The defect could result in the fracturing of the brake pedal bracket or in worse cases, snapping.

In a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) document, the Blue Oval submitted the recall on September 23, 2020. The recall includes 38,005 units of the pony car – all of which are estimated to be affected by the said defect.

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