Ford Motor Co. says it will make electronic stability control standard on all Ford, Lincoln and Mercury retail cars and trucks by the end of 2009. Ford currently has more than 4 million vehicles equipped with ESC on the road globally, the auto maker says. More than 1 million feature Ford’s AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control, a patented system that utilizes two gyroscopic sensors to actively measure and help control yaw and roll movements. Ford’s first application of the technology ...

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