The Center for Auto Safety is demanding Ford and NHTSA take action on complaints about carbon monoxide leaking into Ford Explorers. NHTSA has investigated the problem for two years, but they have yet to publicly offer answers. The number of complaints has grown into the thousands, and at least 41 alleged injuries have been reported. Kris Van Cleave reports



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