By Tom Brown DETROIT, June 25 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. agreed on Tuesday to work with Arizona's top law enforcement official to investigate safety issues and the possible cause of gas tank fires in its popular Crown Victoria police cruisers. The agreement was announced by Arizona Attorney General Janet Napolitano, who earlier this year urged Ford to recall several model years of Crown Victoria sedans, the vehicle of choice in most U.S. police departments, to fortify their fuel tanks ...
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