2 Open recalls on a mustang a bad sign?

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Looking at this very slightly used 2020 Mustang GT prem, has the color and options I've been looking for but has the brake pedal bracket recall as well as the rear view camera recall. Has anyone gone through the process of these recalls? Would it be worth still looking into?





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Looking at this very slightly used 2020 Mustang GT prem, has the color and options I've been looking for but has the brake pedal bracket recall as well as the rear view camera recall. Has anyone gone through the process of these recalls? Would it be worth still looking into?
Definitely still worth looking into. The recalls are nothing to worry about and can be fixed by the dealer free of charge.
 

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I'd pass on it, pedal recall only affects auto's...
Of the two open recalls, the brake pedal on is by far the more important one to get fixed.

OP hasn't said which transmission the car he's looking at has, but I can't see an open recall for the AT showing up on a MT car. Even if it's there in error, it should still be easy enough to get it removed.


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Of the two open recalls, the brake pedal on is by far the more important one to get fixed.

OP hasn't said which transmission the car he's looking at has, but I can't see an open recall for the AT showing up on a MT car. Even if it's there in error, it should still be easy enough to get it removed.


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Ford didn't issue the recall notice for manual cars. My brother in law got one for his, I did not. I heckle him about the auto then he walks away from me. Lol
 

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Ford didn't issue the recall notice for manual cars.
Understood.

I was just including the possibility - however unlikely - that a recall notice could have somehow been issued in error.


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Looking at this very slightly used 2020 Mustang GT prem, has the color and options I've been looking for but has the brake pedal bracket recall as well as the rear view camera recall. Has anyone gone through the process of these recalls? Would it be worth still looking into?
Go for it, the recall fixes should be relatively painless.
 

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I’ve never gotten one for my 2020 GT A10. I Think it was built in August or September. Of course I have gotten about 18 letters trying to get me to sign up for Ford Pass and an Extended Warranty, neither of which I have any interest in.

Ford must somehow make a ton of money off Ford Pass. They’ve even had the salesman call and harass me about it.
 

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