Ford Class Action
A class action lawsuit has been filed against Ford Motor Company ("Ford Motor" or "Ford") in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana ( 2:11-cv-00403-HGB-DEK Mayfield v. Ford Motor Company) alleging, among other things, that Defendant manufactured, marketed and/or sold Ford's Super Duty trucks and Ford Excursion vehicles for model years 2002-2007 that contained Ford manufactured 6L Power Stroke Diesel Engines that allegedly suffer from manufacturing and design defects that render the engines and vehicles unmerchantable and unsuitable, according to the Ford 6L Power Stroke Diesel Engine class action lawsuit complaint.
Beginning in the fall of 2002, Ford manufactured, sold and distributed certain medium and heavy-duty pickup trucks which utilized the 6.0-liter Power Stroke diesel engine. Since its introduction, numerous problems have arisen with the 6.0-liter Power Stroke diesel engine including, but not limited to, loss of power, Engine Gas Recirculation (EGR) cooler failure, oil cooler failure, blown head gaskets, warped head bolts, and coolant entering the engine ventilation system.
The Ford 6L Power Stroke Diesel Engine class action lawsuit complaint is being brought on behalf of a putative class of all owners and lessees within Louisiana of Ford vehicles equipped with a 6.0 L diesel engine, commonly referred to as the Power Stroke diesel engine, unless otherwise excluded.
For more information on the Ford 6L Power Stroke Diesel Engine class action lawsuit complaint, read the class action lawsuit attached for your ready reference. See complaint.
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