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Ford halts production shipments lightning over

Ford halts production shipments lightning over

Ford halts production shipments lightning over

Buyers waiting for their Ford F-150 Lightning electric truck may have to wait a little longer than expected.

On Tuesday, Ford spokeswoman Emma Bergg confirmed to Motor Authority that both a stop-build and an in-transit stop-ship order have been issued for the F-150 Lightning due to a potential battery issue Ford halts production shipments lightning over.

 

The nature of the battery issue was not disclosed by the automaker.

Bergg said the potential problem was identified as part of Ford’s pre-shipment quality inspections. The automaker is unaware of any incidents or issues related to this potential problem in the field with customer-owned trucks.

Ford halts production shipments lightning over

A final sale has not been issued and all F-150 Lightnings already built and at dealers are cleared for scheduled delivery.

Bergg would not elaborate on the potential battery issue. The engineering team is currently determining the root cause of the potential issue Ford halts production shipments lightning over.

A timeline has not been given for when stop-construction and in-transit orders will be lifted.

”It depends on how long it will take to complete the root cause analysis,” Bergg said.

The Lightning has received three price increases since its launch almost a year ago. Starting at $57,869, the Lightning is now 38.9% more expensive than when it went on sale Ford halts production shipments lightning over.

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