Feds investigate Ford police car steering problem
DETROIT — Government safety regulators are investigating Ford's Crown Victoria police cars due to complaints about defective steering columns.
The probe affects about 195,000 cars from the 2005 through 2008 model years.
The government has received three complaints that part of the steering column can separate and cause loss of steering control. No crashes or injuries were reported, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said in documents posted Saturday on its website.
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