Workers at Ford Motor Co.'s Wayne, MI, assembly plant and adjacent Michigan Truck plant are working overtime to rework some 5,000 new Focus sedans and wagons with new fuel fill hoses and an engine mount nut. Employees are replacing the fuel fill hose because the material could break down and contaminate the car's fuel filter, eventually harming engine performance and increasing vehicle emissions, Ford says. Under the hood, Ford is replacing an engine mount nut after it was discovered that ...
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