Defective Ford Spark Plug Class Action Lawsuit

So check this out… if you owned any of the following Ford autos and had spark plug problems you could be a member of the Defective Ford Spark Plug Class Action Lawsuit.

2005-2008 Ford Mustang
2004-2008 Ford F-150
2005-2008 Ford F-Super Duty Expedition
2006-2008 Ford Explorer
F-53 Ford Motorhome Chassis
2007-2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
2005-2008 Lincoln Navigator
2006-2008 Lincoln Mark LT
2006-2008 Mercury Mountaineer
The lawsuit is entitled Joshua Brewer v. Ford Motor Co., Case No. 1:11-cv-00222, Eastern District of Texas, Beaumont Division and revolves around claims that when the defective spark plugs are removed in the Ford autos, it causes damage to the spark plug and to the engine because part of the plug remains in the cylinder head.  Joshua Brewer is the lead plaintiff in the case and claims that he spent over $800 replacing spark plugs in his vehicle.  This is about three times as the amount of a normal replacement job.  Josh owns a 2006 Ford F150, which are for the most part a pretty reliable series of trucks by Ford.  Ford is accused of not conducting sufficient recalls, failing to disclose known defects in the engines, failing to effectively repair or replace the engines or parts and failing to reimburse. Causes of action filed against Ford include negligence, breach of implied warranty of merchantability, breach of express warranty and unjust enrichment.  Brewer is represented by Mitchell A. Toups of Weller, Green, Toups & Terrell in Beaumont and Michael A. Caddell, Cynthia B. Chapman and Cory S. Fein of Caddell & Chapman in Houston.  Check back for more details in the case.