DETROIT -- Ford Motor Co. is recalling almost 1.2 million trucks because of problems with stalling engines. The voluntary recall covers 1997-2003 model year F-series Super Duty pickups, E-series vans and Excursion SUVs with 7.3-liter diesel engines.
A sensor in the 7.3-liter diesel is prone to failure, possibly causing the engine to stall. Ford will replace any problematic sensors. It said it has received reports of 14 accidents caused by the stalling. No injuries were reported, Ford said.