DETROIT, Feb 28 (Reuters) -Motor Co. said on Wednesday a Michigan court has ordered Navistar International Corp. to resume shipping diesel engines that power the automaker's key F-Series Super Duty pickup trucks.
Navistar this week had stopped building the 6.4 liter diesels for the Super Duty models because of a contract dispute with the automaker.
"Earlier (Wednesday) we filed a motion with the court seeking a temporary restraining order to reinstate the shipment of 6.4 L Powerstroke diesel engines to our Kentucky Truck Plant,"spokeswoman Becky Sanch said in a statement. "The judge granted the motion and Navistar was ordered to resume production and shipment of engines."
Ford had sued Navistar in January over warranty costs and engine prices.