Well, it was inevitable. The electric revolution has spread throughout the nation more quickly than the words "Check
out my podcast" in the past several years, but there were always going to be some setbacks.
One of the most recent setbacks is a recall that Ford has issued about the Mustang Mach-E.
The recall concerns Mach-E versions manufactured in 2021–2022, possibly affecting 34,762 units overall.
The problem arises from a worry that cars with extended-range batteries may experience high voltage main connection overheating due to a combination of direct current quick charging and frequent wide-open throttle accidents.
The Ford recall states that "a loss of motive power can result from an overheated contactor that is prevented from properly closing while driving, which can increase the risk of a crash."