NHTSA probes 400,000 Ford F-150 pickups for reduced engine power

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DETROIT, May 28 (Reuters) - U.S. safety regulators have opened an investigation into reports of sharp reductions in engine power in an estimated 400,000 of Ford Motor Co's 2001 to 2013 model-year F-150 pickup trucks. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it opened a preliminary evaluation to assess whether the large pickup trucks have a safety related defect after receiving 95 reports alleging incidents of reduced engine power during hard accelerations at highway ...

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