Ford has recalled over 186,000 newer Mustang models concerning a rather unusual

impacting the coupe’s brake warning system that could result in drivers 

Mustangs manufactured between 2019 and 2023 are included in the recall.

According Ford’s recall, which was issued Oct. 30, 2023, the brake system warning 

illuminate on certain Mustang models when the brake fluid is “depleted from the reservoir.”

As such, these models may not adhere to federal requirements mandated by the Federal Moto

The warning light not illuminating could cause the cars to be driven with low brake fluid, 

“reducing braking performance and increasing the risk of a crash.”

Recall documents show the Body Control Module is responsible for running diagnostics

but the module was updated beginning in 2020 Mustangs and spurred the recall.