Ford Motor Co.’s much-anticipated revisions to its second-quarter North American output schedule show the auto maker cutting some 39,800 trucks from its April-June slate, while boosting the car side of the ledger 19,500 units. The result is a net decline of 20,300 vehicles in the quarter. Ford’s U.S. plants are feeling most of the effects, good and bad, from the latest revisions, with car factories geared for an 18,000-unit, or 21.3%, gain for the quarter, largely the result of soaring ...

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