Ford recalls 462,000 vehicles due to faulty rearview camera
Over the past four years, backup cameras have been Mandatory for new vehicles in U.S.A. However, despite years of practice, it seems that automakers have yet to perfect the art of “showing an image from the camera behind you”. Case in point: Not yet is different backup Camera Recall.
this one iagain from Ford, a company that hass become very familiar with backup camera recall In recent years. This time, the fault is due to the 360-degree camera of the Ford Explorers and Lincoln Aviators 2020-2023, as well as the Lincoln Corsairs 2020-2022. Luckily for the owners, though, the fix is just a software update.
the recall, released earlier this week, said there was a bug with the image processing module in all three vehicles. If you remember Ford’s last major backup camera recall, the company also blamed the same module for those problems. According to the company’s recall document, any blip in the video feed from the rear camera causes the car’s infotainment system to stop working. and never attempt to play back the video from behind the vehicle.
While the crash can be frustrating for owners, it’s far from the severity of backup camera problems caused. Mustang and Super mission truck. Instead of those hardware failures, the Explorers and Lincolns mentioned here have problems with their software. So the fix is simple: If there’s a clipping in the rear camera’s video feed, tell the image processing module to turn the camera off and back on again. A quick software update is all it takes to get owners back on track.
If you think your car may fall victim to this backup camera issue, check out our guide to navigation The world often confuses vehicle recall. A broken rear camera may not be the end of the world, but it’s worth fixing — especially if Ford pays the bill.