Ford Australia has issued a recall for over 9,000 Mustangs due to a software issue that can cause a reduction in braking.

Due to a software issue, the brake fluid warning light may not illuminate as intended to warn the driver if the brake fluid level is low. As a result, insufficient brake fluid could lead to a reduction in braking performance.

A reduction in braking performance could increase the risk of an accident-causing injury or death to vehicle occupants and other road users.

9,194 Ford Mustangs are within the recall dating from 2019 to 2023 manufacture year.

A free of charge Body Control Module (BCM) software update will rectify the problem.

Ford said owners will be contacted in writing by the company or call 13 36 73.

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