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Ford said it will start building the F-150 Lightning on March 13, a month after the assembly line was idled due to a recent issue with the electric truck's battery pack.
An F-150 Lighting parked in a lot outside the factory awaiting delivery caught fire on Feb. 4, leading to the discovery of the issue.
Production and shipment of the trucks were suspended while Ford and its battery supplier SK On investigated the problem.
The cause has since been identified and a solution implemented, but it will take a few days before new packs can be shipped to the Dearborn, Michigan, factory that builds the truck.
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