Ford Bronco Sport SUVs and Maverick Pickups Recalled for Loss of Power While Driving

Vehicles Recalled
• Ford Bronco Sport SUVs manufactured between Feb. 5, 2020, and March 13, 2024
• Ford Maverick pickup trucks manufactured between Feb. 3, 2021, and Oct. 28, 2022

The problem: Both the Body Control Module (BCM) and Powertrain Control Module (PCM) were not calibrated properly. As a result, they could not detect if the vehicle’s 12-volt starter battery had degraded or failed, and the vehicle’s alternators could not keep up with electrical load demand.

The fix: Ford dealerships will recalibrate the BCM and PCM, free of charge.

How to contact the manufacturer: Owners may contact Ford at 866-436-7332.

NHTSA campaign number: 24V267. Ford’s own number for this recall is 24S24.

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