A Michigan judge ruled this morning that Navistar, a subsidiary of International, must keep building diesel Power Stroke engines for Ford.
Ford and Navistar are embroiled in a long-running dispute over payments on the Power Stroke and previous diesels. Navistar has threatened to shut off supplies of the Power Stroke diesel, which goes into Ford’s cash-cow F-Series Super Duty trucks. On Monday Navistar said it had stopped building the engines.
Navistar must supply the engines at least until a March 7 hearing.
Navistar To Continue Making Ford Engines Under Judge's Order--Wall Street Journal
Navistar, Ford Feuding Over Diesel--TheCarConnection.com