Ford Motor Co. will notify dealers on July 12 of a ’04 Ford Ranger safety recall, the auto maker confirms to Ward's. It is unclear how many Ranger pickups are affected by the pending recall but Ford says the potentially defective trucks were built between June 2-23. A Ford memo leaked to Ward's tells dealers that frames on regular cab models built at the company’s Twin Cities, MN, plant have center rail flanges that were formed incorrectly, leading to potential fuel-tank punctures causing ...
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