2022 Ford Mustang TSB's

Created by Jay Walling / 3 min read
Date Created: 11/10/2022
Last Updated: 12/13/2022

Find all the latest 2022 Mustang TSB information here! Keep your S550 Mustang up to date with all of the latest TSB information.

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2022 Ford Mustang TSB Information

When it comes to technical service bulletins (TSBs), it is always best to stay on top of the current information on your Mustang. TSBs are when an automaker, in this case, Ford, becomes aware of a common problem with the vehicle. When Ford finds a solution to the problem, Ford will issue a TSB, essentially a "how-to" fix for the issue. TSBs should not be confused with Recalls, as recalls are mandatory repairs that will have to be performed by Ford. TSB will be voluntary solutions to issues that are not safety-related.

Index Of 2022 Ford Mustang TSBs

  • 22-2242 Water Leak Onto Front Carpet From A-Pillar
  • 22-2153 Various Concerns With The Active Exhaust System
  • 22-2104 Seat Pan Looseness, Lateral Movement, Or Clunk/Thump Noise On Turns

  • Ford Mustang TSB #22-2242

    Issue - Some 2015-2022 Mustang vehicles may exhibit a water leak onto the front carpet that originates from either the left or right A-pillar. This may be due to a detached A-pillar body seal. Follow the service procedure to repair the vehicle.

    Ford Mustang TSB #22-2153

    Issue - Some 2018-2022 Mustang vehicles may exhibit various concerns with the active exhaust system. These may include Drive Mode Not Available or Exhaust Mode Not Available messages and/or illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostics trouble codes (DTCs) P26C5, P26C6, P26FE, P2BF9, P2BFB, P26C7, P2BF5, P2BF8, P2BFD and/or P2BFA. This may be due to an improperly seated exhaust system. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to diagnose the tailpipe actuator.

    Ford Mustang TSB #22-2104

    Issue - Some 2013-2018 C-Max, 2013-2020 Fusion/MKZ, 2013-2022 Escape, 2015-2018 Focus, 2015-2019 MKC, 2015-2022 Edge/F-150/Mustang, 2016-2018 MKX, 2016-2019 Explorer, 2017-2022 F-Super Duty, 2018-2022 EcoSport/Expedition, 2019-2022 Ranger/Nautilus, 2021-2022 Bronco/Bronco Sport/Mustang Mach-E, 2022 Maverick vehicles may experience seat pan looseness, lateral movement, or a clunk/thump noise on turns. This may be due to the seat pan tracks. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure steps to install a reinforcement.

    Source: Alldata, Ford Motor Company

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