PARIS – Ford Motor Co. will begin using a new version of the diesel particulate filter first introduced by PSA Peugeot Citroen when it begins installing the joint venture’s 1.6L common rail turbodiesel in cars next year. Ford is the second European auto maker to use PSA filter technology. Fiat Auto SpA uses it in the Fiat Ulysse and Lancia Phedra minivans built by PSA (see related story: Ford Adopting New Diesel PM Technology). Ford and PSA also recently announced the second phase of ...

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