Ford Motor Co. will reduce production at its Kentucky Truck Plant due to an ongoing dispute with Navistar International Corp., which supplies the auto maker with 6.4L PowerStroke diesels used in the ’08 Super Duty F-Series pickups built there. “Due to the interruption of supply of the 6.4L diesel engine, production at KTP is being impacted,” a spokesman tells Ward’s. “The plant will operate on limited shifts Thursday, not run on Friday and resume one shift of production on Monday.” ...
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