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Recall roundup: Several Ford vehicles for three different problems


Ford has recently issued three different recalls for several vehicles because of some different problems which are affecting a lot of models across the globe. According to the North American based automaker, the first recall announced is affecting 160,000 units of the 2013 and 2014 Ford Focus ST and Ford Focus Escape, because of bad wiring harnesses which can disrupt the ...
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Ford auctioning the 1964th Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition
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Ford has officially announced a recall affecting more than 100,000 vehicles because of two issues found with the passenger side half-shaft and the panoramic sunroof. According to the National Highway Traffic ...
Ford establishes $1 million scholarship to celebrate retired CEO Mulally
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Ford’s future CEO, Mark Fields, is ready to fill Mulally’s “big shoes”
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