Ford Motor Co. is recalling 640,975 ’95-model Mustangs, Tauruses and Mercury Sables sold in the U.S. due to a potential problem in the engine cooling system. The engine-cooling fan motor bearings may be too tight, causing the engine to overheat and potentially start a fire, says a Ford spokesman. Ford says eight fires have been reported, but no injuries have occurred. The recall also affects 42,685 models sold in Canada and Mexico.
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