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Old 17th June 2005, 20:20   #1
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Default Ford in trouble again. Remember firestone?

Fords having nightmares, and they know that a storm is coming their way.

A silly switch that stays on (or hot) whether the car is running or not is their problem. Its caused fires and potentially a death.

Read the entire story at this CNN linky

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Old 17th June 2005, 22:30   #2
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The last time they got away with blaming the tyre manufacturer....wonder who will take the blame this time around - the poor component manufacturer?
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Scary stuff man. With so much going into cars these days, it's really hard for things to work the way they're expected to. Too much tech = more chances of failure.

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too bad my dad also owns a ford crown victoria in the us but never faced a problem till now
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