DETROIT – Winter’s biggest storm to date is cooling off one of Ford Motor Co.’s hottest products – Escape. The severe weather, which has left snow and ice piling up in a band stretching from Nevada to New York, spawned a “combination of factors” that has Ford’s Missouri-based Escape plant scrambling to recover from a 2-day shutdown, the auto maker says. General Motors Corp. and DaimlerChrysler Corp. also were affected by the storm, but spokesmen for those companies were still tallying ...

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