Ford Focus hit by new quality glitch

Newswire

DETROIT, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. said on Thursday that it was urging owners of about 671,000 Focus compact sedans to bring the cars into local dealerships for replacement of a component linked to chronic engine stalling problems. The cars affected, from the 2000 and 2001 model years and sold in Canada and Mexico as well as the United States, have already been subject to an embarrassing total of 10 recalls by U.S. federal safety regulators. But Ford spokesman Glenn Ray said the ...

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