CLEVELAND – Ford Motor Co.’s newly reopened Cleveland Engine Plant No.1 will begin production of the auto maker’s 3.7L V-6 next year, informed sources tell Ward’s. The 3.7L, used to power the Lincoln MKS sedan and Ford Flex cross/utility vehicle, currently is manufactured at Ford’s Lima, OH, facility. The auto maker is mum on the fate of the engine’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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