DETROIT, April 11 (Reuters) - U.S. safety regulators said on Friday they have closed an investigation into complaints of reduced power in Ford F-150 pickup trucks, stopping short of requesting a recall. Ford came up with a protective shield that kept condensation from developing to the point that it caused the engine to misfire in nearly all of F-150s it tested. Dealers were informed through a series of technical service bulletins, and NHTSA was satisfied that the problem was solved without ...
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