Chihuahua Engine

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Chihuahua Engine is a 727,000 square feet (67,500 m2) Engine factory in Chihuahua, Mexico owned by Ford Motor Company. The plant opened in 1983, encompasses 247 acres, and as of 2010 employs 1,264 workers. In the past it has built Ford Penta and Zetec engines but currently builds 2.0L, 2.0L HEV, 2.5L and 2.5L HEV versions of the Duratec I4. In 2010 the factory added capacity and began building the 6.7L Power Stroke Diesel used in Ford Super Duty trucks and the 4.4L diesel V8 for Land Rover.


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Ford Motor Company Facilities Details http://media.ford.com/plant_display.cfm?plant_id=15

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