Ford Motor Company is recalling nearly 50,000 Mustang Mach-E electric SUVs sold in the US, temporarily halting sales.

The news was delivered via a dealership memo, which further detailed the recall. According to Ford, the Mach-E’s high-voltage battery main contactors had the potential to overheat and, in turn, would cause the vehicle to lose propulsion power during operation. It could also cause the EV to not start.

The recall is said to impact any Mach-E built at the plant in Cuautitlan, Mexico, between May 27th, 2020, through May 24th, 2022-- that’s 48,924 units. A spokesperson from Ford claims the issue can be resolved through a software update, which the company expects to roll out through Ford and Lincoln dealerships next month.