Ford Motor Co. says it will appeal a ruling by a Texas judge that gave nationwide class action status to a lawsuit filed against the auto maker by owners of Ford F-150 pickups. The lawsuit claims the trucks were supposed to be equipped with an upgraded radiator, but did not receive one. Owners of ’00-’01 F-150 models equipped with Class 3 trailer tow or heavy-duty electrical cooling options say early vehicle information indicated they would receive a super-cooling radiator on their ...

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