U.S. regulators probe Ford SUV water-leak reports


DETROIT, June 20 (Reuters) - Federal safety regulators have opened a probe into a possible safety defect involving about 650,000 of Ford Motor Co.'s large Expedition sport utility vehicles from the 1999 through 2001 model years. In an advisory posted on its Web site (www.nhtsa.com) on Monday, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said its investigation was triggered by complaints about water leaking into the vehicles when it rains or snows. NHTSA said it had received 20 ...

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