Ford Motor Co. will debut an all-new PowerStroke diesel engine for its Super Duty F-Series pickups, using segment-first technology such as a compacted graphite iron engine block and a uniquely designed, faster-acting turbocharger system. The auto maker will begin Job One on the 6.7L V-8 at its Chihuahua, Mexico, engine plant in the fourth-quarter for ‘11 model-year pickups, weighing more than 8,500 lbs. (3,857 kg). Ford’s announcement of its timing for the new diesel and its technology ...

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