Ford Motor Co. and International Truck and Engine Corp. – partners in a successful, nearly decade-long supply arrangement for Ford’s Power Stroke turbodiesel engines – this week spoke cautiously of a reported dispute over costs associated with a new International plant and a discontinued engine program. International builds the new 6L Power Stroke V-8 at its plant in Indianapolis, IN, for Ford medium-duty pickup trucks. Ford and International had for some time been developing a V-6 version ...

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