Repairs are underway this week at Ford of Canada's Windsor engine plant following a fire Feb. 26 which halted production. Sparks from a contractor's saw ignited dust particles in an air duct. A preliminary probe by fire officials estimates damage at C$50,000. Full production resumed Tuesday, Feb. 27, after nearly three hours of lost engine production while firefighters battled the blaze and two shifts were cancelled to accommodate cleanup. Ten hours of crankshaft production on a parallel ...
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