Ford Motor Co.’s highly-touted ’04 F-150 pickup has hit a bump in the road. The auto maker is recalling F-150s due to potentially faulty fuel tanks, which marks the second time this year a fuel tank issue has led to a F-150 recall. Some of the vehicles were built between March and May at Ford’s Norfolk Assembly plant in Virginia, and the rest were built at its Dearborn Truck Plant between April and June. Some 1,700 trucks are affected, but no injuries or problems have occurred, a Ford ...
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