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Ford issued a stop-sale order to its dealers for the Mustang Mach-E electric crossover over concerns that a safety defect may render the vehicle immobile, CNBC reports.

The malfunction involves a potential overheating of the vehicle’s battery high voltage contactors, which can lead to the vehicle failing to start or losing power while in motion. It’s the latest hiccup to affect Ford’s rollout of its mass-market electric vehicle that has helped propel the automaker to second place in EV sales behind Tesla.

The affected vehicles include model year 2021 and 2022 vehicles built between May 27th, 2020, through May 24th, 2022, at the automaker’s Cuautitlan plant in Mexico — potentially every Mustang Mach-E produced so far. It’s unclear…

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