Ford has announced it is recalling close to 40,000 Mustang Mach-E battery electric vehicles over concerns improperly bonded windshields and glass roofs could come loose while driving. Ford spokesperson Said Deep said when Ford was made aware of the problem, it immediately contacted NHTSA. The automaker learned that vehicles built between Feb 2020 and July 2021 may have had windshields and optional glass panoramic roofs improperly bonded to the vehicles. All the vehicles impacted were produced at Fords plant in Cuautitlan, Mexico. According to Ford, there have been no reports of accidents or injuries related to the problem. NHSTA has warned however that if wither the windshield or roof glass became detached while driving motorists could be injured and loose glass could hit pedestrians and other vehicles.


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