The newly redesigned 2015 Mustang ushered in a ton of new performance, suspension, exterior and interior upgrades with its new S550 platform. As with every major redesign, there will surely be plenty of recalls, warranty replacements and TSBs issued. When it comes to redesigns, we all to often find that the first Pony out of the gate has the most bugs to work out.
Some of the earliest 2015 Mustang recalls and TSBs revolved around seat belts and catalytic converters. Now you might be wondering what is the major difference between a TSB and recall. That is actually a great question! A TSB is not a recall! One major difference between a Mustang recall and a technical service bulletin is that a recall typically comes from safety issues reported to and cataloged by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Recall repairs are performed by Ford dealers at no charge to the customer for a pre-determined period of time (usually 10 years) regardless of your Mustang’s warranty coverage status. A TSB repair is not performed at no-charge if your Mustang is out of warranty coverage.
The benefit of a TSB is that they are available to all service departments and shops. They provide an engineering-level description and solution for a problem common to a specific year of Mustang. This means that mechanics and repair technicians save time (ultimately saving you money!) when diagnosing and repairing common problems.
Below you will find a complete list of 2015 Mustang TSBs and recalls. These will help you keep your S550 Mustang current, safe and help it perform like it should. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back often as we will keep this page fresh with all the latest TSB and recall updates! Don’t forget to share it with your friends on social media.
Early recalls have been limited to a small number of vehicles that include 730 2.3L EcoBoost Mustangs and another recall equaled less than 30 S550 Mustangs models. See all of the latest 2015 Mustang Recalls below!
It looks like a very limited run (approximately 730 according to Ford Motor Company) of the 2.3L EcoBoost Mustangs need to get back to the dealership ASAP! Ford has recalled them due to a faulty fuel pressure sensor. These faulty sensor could lead to leaks and could be a potential fire hazard. Luckly for these 2015 Mus... more
Ford Motor Company announced that they are recalling some of the first 2015 Mustangs off the assembly line – less than 50 in total. They are being recalled due to a possible issue with the passenger side air bag and seat belt incorrectly identifying the passenger’s size. In a collision, this could result in the air bag... more