Ford Motor Co. issues a pair of safety recalls on certain ’03-’04 E-Series fullsize vans and is asking dealers to ensure that some of the vehicles not be parked in enclosed structures due to fears of unattended engine fires. The auto maker is calling back E-Series Econoline work vans and Club Wagon passenger vans built between April 23, 2002, and April 30, 2004. The recalls regard two different safety problems, both of which could potentially lead to vehicle fires, according to two ...

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