Ford is recalling 330,784 of its Mustangs due to complications with its backup camera displays which go completely blank or show a distorted image.

The recall will affect Mustangs from the model years 2015 to 2017.

The recall posted on Wednesday by The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reads: “the rearview camera wiring may be loose or damaged, which can result in a blank or distorted image.”

The recall report noted that "a loss of electrical conductivity caused by a damaged decklid harness and/or an insufficiently soldered header connector internal to the camera can lead to a loss of rear-view image."

Issues with the rearview camera can cause an increased risk of a crash. All of the affected model-year vehicles are likely affected.

To find out if your vehicle is affected you can enter your vehicles' VIN number on Ford’s website.

Owners of the affected Mustangs can bring their vehicles to a Ford dealer for an inspection. The dealers will “inspect and repair the decklid wiring harness and/or replace the rearview camera, as necessary, free of charge.”

Notices will be mailed to owners beginning March 7.