Ford Motor Co. says it is trying to fix engine oil leaks in some of its most popular trucks, including the F-Series pickup and Expedition SUV. The problem, first discovered last June on some of Ford’s 5.4L V-8 engines and the result of a leaky head gasket, was addressed last year by Ford. But a company spokesman now says that "not all of the fixes have worked as well as we had hoped." He emphasizes Ford will continue trying to solve the problem, which he calls minor. Some engines ...

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