Ford recalls 121,000 Lincoln and Jaguar sedans

Stoffer, Harry
February 2001
Automotive News;2/26/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5918, p17
Trade Publication
Reports on Ford Motor Co.'s recall of 2000-01 Lincoln LS and Jaguar S-Type sedans. Problems created by the sharing of engineering parts of the luxury brands; Total number of units recalled; Adjustments on the recalled vehicles.


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