A possible fluid leak is behind a Ford Motor Co. recall affecting 3.8 million pickups and SUVs, the fifth-largest recall in U.S. history. An investigation by Ford officials found that brake fluid may leak through a speed control deactivation switch, onto the speed control system's electrical components. In “rare cases,” the auto maker says, the fluid corrodes the electrical components, creating increased resistance and - ultimately - ignition. Affected vehicles are the '94-'02 Ford ...

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