Ford settles class-action suit over Navistar diesel engines

DETROIT, Mich. — Automotive News writes that Ford Motor Co. has agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit over claims that it sold defective Navistar diesel engines in its 2003-07 Super Duty pickups and E-series vans.

Automotive News says the now discontinued diesel 6-liter V-8, manufactured Navistar, had a myriad problems with the fuel system, turbochargers and other major components.

According to the settlement, any U.S. purchaser and lessee of any 2003-07 Ford vehicle equipped with a 6-liter Power Stroke diesel engine is covered if the vehicle’s exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) cooler and EGR valve, oil cooler, fuel injectors, or turbocharger was repaired, replaced or adjusted prior to 135,000 miles or six years, writes Automotive News.

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Kelly Cauthorn

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