2008 Ford F Series Super Duty Fires - Fire Reported in Exhaust Tail Pipe
Ford Super Duty Truck Fires
News sources close to Ford report that Ford has temporarily halts sales of certain F-Series diesel trucks on March 21, 2007. Ford told dealers to temporarily stop selling some 2008 diesel F Series Super Duty pickups after receiving reports of flames shooting out of the vehicle's tailpipe.
Ford F-Series Super Duty Truck Fire Recall
Ford says it's recalling 37,000 F-Series Super Duty trucks with six-point-four-liter diesel engines. The company says 29,000 of the F- Series trucks still are on dealer lots.
A Ford spokesman says it got three reports of flames coming from the Ford F-series Super Duty truck's tailpipe, caused by leaking fuel that ignited in the exhaust system's filter. Ford reports that there have been no injuries or vehicle fires connected to the Ford F series Super Duty Fire Recall.
Ford F Series Super Duty Fire Lawsuit
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