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Ford does not acknowledge any deaths that have occurred as a result of fires , but Ford Motor Company is also denying legitimacy of many claims. According to Ford, explosions and fires in engines of unrecalled vehicles could be anything, not necessarily cruise control switch. Ford's assertion is hardly comforting, because these fires have broken out enough times to reflect a solid trend. If all reports of Ford fires are not related to cruise control switch, then numbers reflect a distressing trend of combustible Ford trucks.
This trend could very well be a reality, as this is not only recent case of Fords spontaneously combusting. As recently as May of 2005 Ford announced a recall of 155,700 Crown Victoria sedans used as police cars and taxi cabs because of a fire risk. In these 2003-2005 models fires broke out when a sound insulator under dash slipped and overheated. A few reports of fires have already been filed throughout United States and Canada.
The long and short of it is that if you or somebody you love owns a Ford in any of these models or years, you should take it to a mechanic immediately. See a lawyer about covering costs of such an appointment. Park your Ford on street. If you have been injured or any of your property damaged by these dangerous exploding trucks, see a lawyer immediately. Defective product claims have a limited time period for filing and more people who come together to prosecute these dangerous vehicles, quicker Ford will be to accept responsibility for damages and pull affected vehicles off our roads GA
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