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DETROIT -- Ford Motor Co. said Tuesday that sales were down 3.2 percent in February in what has been a sluggish new year for U.S. automakers.

The country’s second-largest automaker saw its biggest decrease in car sales, which fell 15.2 percent from February 2003. Truck sales for the Ford, Lincoln and Mercury brands were up 3.3 percent, buoyed by the continued success of F-series pickups.

The company said it was cutting second-quarter production at its North American assembly plants by 5 percent from last year, slashing car production by 21 percent and increasing truck production by 2 percent.

First-quarter production will be slightly less -- 1.5 percent -- than previously announced, Ford said.

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