Ford Motor Co. reportedly is calling back nearly 260,000 trucks. The bulk of the recalls come as a result of stalling issues on 6L diesel mills produced by International Truck and Engine Corp. The engines are equipped with a potentially flawed fuel injection control module. A pair of minor injuries have resulted from the problem, Reuters reports. Some 180,100 F-Series Super Duty, Excursion SUV and E-Series vans from the '04-'05 model years carry the engine. Separately, Super Duty ...

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