In Ireland, more than 200 Ford vehicles are being towed as unsecured wire can also cause a fire, safety officials warned.
The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission announced the recall of some Ka and Figo passenger models earlier today.
The withdrawal affects 243 vehicles in the Republic of Ireland and those affected by the withdrawal will contact Ford Ireland.
The Commission stated in a statement: "Ford Ireland voluntarily withdraws certain Ka and Figo passenger vehicles.
"There is a risk that the battery monitoring system conductor will become damaged as a result of incorrectly redirected the battery to the vehicle battery.
"Failure to conduct the conductor incorrectly may result in a pinch condition under the battery's metal bracket, which may cause a short circuit that could result in fire."
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The 243 vehicles involved were manufactured between September 8, 2017 and May 15, 2019.
Ford Ireland will write to the owners of the affected vehicles regarding the withdrawal and advise on further steps, a CCPC statement said.
Ford Customer Service can contact 1800 771199 or contact your local retailer for more information.