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6.0 Ford Class Action Lawsuit


Created On Friday August 27, 2010 16:12 Diesel Talk
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Persons,
I heard there is a law firm in Texas considering a class action suit against Ford for the very unreliable 6.0 engine. The link is as follows: http://www.caddellchapman.com/Consumer-Protection-Class-Actions/Defective-Products.shtml

Regards, Mark Blain
markblain57@msn.com

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