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Ford has announced that it is recalling some 728 EcoBoost Mustangs for a potential fuel leak.

Ford explains that the problem is a fuel pressure sensor that may have been installed improperly at the factory. The sensor could lead to a pressurized fuel leak, which is obviously not a very good thing to have happen to your brand new car. The problem affects EcoBoost Mustangs built between September 25th and October 9th of this year.

The fix should be quick and comes at no cost to the customer.

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