Ford Facing New Diesel-Cheating Allegations for its F-250 and F-350 Models

By Ray Prince Allegations of diesel emissions cheating have now hit Ford, with a lawsuit filed Wednesday in Detroit federal court by a group of pickup truck owners.
The lawsuit, led by consumer rights firm Hagens Berman, representing Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty owners, states that Ford rigged its heavy-duty trucks to cheat emissions tests, with an alleged emission of nitrogen oxide 50-times the legal limit.
Early class action participants believe Bosch, Ford’s supplier partner and named defendant, led a colluded effort to tweak software enabling Ford to modify its fuel levels, heavily overseen by regulators including the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and California

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