USA: Lawyers want Ford ignition modules replaced
Lawyers representing nearly two million former and current owners of Ford vehicles prone to stalling are recommending the automaker replace what a judge said are faulty ignition devices, Associated Press (AP) reported today. The recommendation, which could cost an estimated $US300 million, came months after a California judge ordered the vehicles recalled as part of a statewide class-action suit.
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