Ford recalls 598 natural-gas powered cars


DETROIT, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. said Friday it was recalling 598 natural gas-powered 2002 Ford Crown Victoria sedans to fix a fitting that could leak gas. The sedans are sold to government and business fleets, including some taxi companies, usually as a lower-polluting alternative to regular vehicles. More than half of the affected vehicles are in California, said Ford spokesman Todd Nissen. Nissen said a fitting between two of the vehicles' five natural gas tanks could leak ...

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