In another recall by Ford (F), two safety recalls for the 2016-2017 Transit Connect passenger vans and also the 2020 Ford Mustang muscle car have been issued by the automaker.

The company issued the recall for the Ford Transit Connect vehicles because the driver and front passenger seat belt pretensioners may not deploy during a crash when activated. Ford said that even if the primary seat belt is locked and functioning, it could fail, causing injury to the front driver and passenger.

The affected Transit Connect vehicles were produced at its Valencia, California, Assembly Plant from July 17 to 31, 2016. Over 1,700 vans in the U.S. and Canada are impacted by the recall.

To repair the seat belt issue, Ford dealers will inspect the driver and passenger assemblies and replace those that were produced during the suspected date range.

Ford’s 2020 Mustang recall was issued for cars that are equipped with a forward-looking camera that has been misaligned to the vehicle. The misalignment can cause the camera to not function as intended with features, such as the Pre-Collision Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane-Keeping System, Driver Alert, and Auto High-Beam Control, degrading during the operation of the muscle car.

If the Pre-Collision Assist feature is not operating properly, it may not detect a frontal collision, increasing the risk of a car accident, Ford said.

The recall affects 24 2020 Mustang cars in the U.S. and one in Canada, which were built at Ford’s Flat Rock, Michigan, Assembly Plant on Feb 10 to 11.

To remedy the camera problem, Ford dealers will reconfigure the camera by aligning the Lane Departure Warning system camera.

Ford has not received any reports of injuries or accidents from the recalls.

Shares of Ford stock were down 3.93% as of 12:38 a.m. EDT on Friday.

Ford mustang The new Ford Mustang is displayed during the 17th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition. Ford plans to make a big comeback in China. Photo: JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images