Ford is recalling nearly 260,000 vehicles to fix safety defects that include the stalling of diesel engines. The stalling problem affects F-Series SuperDuty and E350 and E450 vans as well as Excursions from the 2004-2005 model years. These vehicles that are equipped with the 6.0-liter diesel account for 180,104 of the nearly 260,000. The rest of the recall affects 2005 Superduty pickups and chassis cabs equiped with 5.4-liter or 6.8-liter gasoline engines. 78,675 SuperDuty trucks are being recalled because their fuel line may seperate from the main bundle and cause engine stalling, fuel leakage, or even fire.
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