Ford Mustang Mach-E Evs owners realize after charging full vehicles and it’s dead. The software glitch has affected the 12-volt batteries in Mach-E and their battery pack is affected while charging. NHTSA has presented the full report affecting the system to Ford.
The problem arises due to the 12-volt battery supplies the power to an electric motor with high voltage and it is less which has damaged the system and the vehicle can’t be started. The process can be solved by Ford issuing an over-the-air update as it’s a software glitch that cannot be mended by a technician.
The battery is located under the hood that requires the power to open and operate where users can see the two leads with an electronic latch. The users to access the motors has to pull the latch and get the 12-volt battery. The number of defaulted vehicles is high in the United States. Ford should soon launch an update to overcome the issue.