Have you experienced problems with a 2003-2007 Ford truck equipped with a 6.0L diesel engine?
The 6.0L diesel engines in these vehicles are defective and can cause such problems as extended periods of engine idle, starting difficulties, lack of adequate air conditioning performance, and air conditioning compression failure. Ford Motor Company sued Navistar, Inc., the engine’s manufacturer, for costs incurred in connection with warranty claims filed by owners and lessees of Ford vehicles equipped with the 6.0L diesel engine. Yet, at the same time, Ford touted the reliability and superiority of its 2003-2007 trucks equipped with the 6.0 diesel engine.
If you’ve experienced problems with your 2003-2007 Ford truck equipped with a 6.0L diesel engine, contact us today to discuss your rights.
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