Ford Recalling 1.8 Million Diesels For Computer Glitch

Ford is having to recall approximately 1.8 million 7.3-liter PowerStroke diesel-powered trucks due to a computer software problem that has caused engine failures for customers, which we think is how I, Robot originally was supposed to start. According to Ford, the camshaft position sensor could break down and disrupt the flow of air and fuel, thus causing the vehicle to stall. Totally not as much fun as farting fire from the last Ford Recall.

No deaths or serious injuries have been reported, though a few accidents have occurred. Models included in the recall are F-Series Super Duty Trucks, E-Series Vans and Excursions from 1997 to 2003 equipped with the engine. Expect a lawsuit in... 1, 2, 3... [CNN Money]