CLEVELAND â€“ Ford Motor Co.â€™s newly reopened Cleveland Engine Plant No.1 will begin production of the auto makerâ€™s 3.7L V-6 next year, informed sources tell Wardâ€™s. The 3.7L, used to power the Lincoln MKS sedan and Ford Flex cross/utility vehicle, currently is manufactured at Fordâ€™s Lima, OH, facility. The auto maker is mum on the fate of the engineâ€™s production at the plant, which also builds the normally aspirated 3.5L V-6 engine. Meanwhile, Cleveland Engine Plant No.1, which has been ...
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