Ford stops sales of its home charging station – Sean O’Kane

Photo by Sean O’Kane / The Verge

Ford has stopped selling its Level 2 home chargers for the Mustang Mach-E after discovering some weren’t working, the company tells The Verge.

The issue, which was first reported by Automotive News, has to do with the wall-box chargers registering a fault and stopping charging altogether. Ford says there are no safety concerns, but it decided to stop selling the $800 home charging stations at the end of February until it figures out the problem. Mach-E owners can still charge their electric Mustangs using 120V or 240V outlets at home, or at public charging stations. (Owners who run into any issues can call Ford at (800) 392-3673.)

Ford’s 48-amp Level 2 charger (officially called the Ford Connected Charge Station) is able to put around…

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