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Federal safety regulators have opened a new safety investigation into 724,000 Ford Escape, Fusion and Mercury models over hundreds of reports of sudden loss of engine power.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Monday it has opened a preliminary investigation into the 2009-2011 Ford Escape and Fusion, and Mercury Mariner and Milan.

NHTSA said it has 123 reports indicating allegations of reduced power or vehicle stall in Escape vehicles under investigation.

Ford made a design change in 2009 to address complaints but did not recall the vehicles.

 


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NHTSA Opens Investigation On 724,000 Ford Vehicles For Stalling Engine Problems

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