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It's not a fuse , the SJB - smart junction box controls these lights ! This is fords body control module . If the Heater / A/C control panel ,hazard switch ,headlamp switch , message center switch all work, it is not a fuse . The gear shifter I would say the bulb is burnt out . The steering wheel lights could be out because of an open in the clock spring . The clock spring is a device inside the steering column under the steering wheel that keeps your horn , cruise control , radio buttons etc... connected electrically . How cars clock spring works
Try from Servo control follow connection To I beleive Transmission casing . Look for Burnt wiring / frayed / damaged ...Cruise should maintain speed signal Like speedo cable . Computor management black box / ECM may have direct control so Look for engine bay fuse boxes = 2 under hood . More fuses ++ relays 2 check inside cover is diagram of size + what it controls . A Reset 2 ecm may help by disconnecting Battery - Let sit 30 mins.. Older models + 4 wheel drive Trans has Gear wheel of plastic 2 count revolutions as speedo cable does . If said wheel teeth have worn out then Cruise counts incorrect or fails 2 activate . If you replaced brake pedal Light activation switch then be sure brake Tail lights DO work if not the cruise will fail as brake pedal is part of safety feature to turn it off in emergency disconnect . The signal light Stalk that Turns off L / R signals is Common Item 2 wear out BUT it also controls Turning on cruise or setting ...IF you have Steering wheel on / off / setting control - then issue can be frayed / cut wires due 2 steering wheel movement ....solutions remove wheel BUT 1 st disconnect Air Bag Fuse then wheel and search connections .....Good Luck ...
No fuses? In the dash fuse box, check 15A STOP LIGHT fuse CB-6, 15A ENGINE IG fuse CB-12, and 15A BACK-UP/TURN LIGHT fuse CB-14. Then, in the fuse/relay box, check 30A ECM fuse EB-17. The steering wheel switches connect through the SRS coil assembly which may have failed. The ECM may have failed. The vehicle speed sensor may have failed. Other elements of this circuit may have failed
TO REMOVE CRUISE CONTROL SWITCH. FIRST TURN OFF RADIO TO KEEP FROM LOSING CODE. DISARM AIRBAG IN THE STEERING WHEEL BY REMOVING NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE WAIT 20 MINUTES FOR AIRBAG TO DISCHARGE BEFORE REMOVING AIRBAG AND HORN PAD IN STEERING WHEEL.ONCE AIRBAG IN STEERING WHEEL OUT.YOU CAN REMOVE THE CRUISE CONTROL SWITCH.BECAREFUL REMOVING AIRBAG IN STEERING WHEEL CARRY IT AWAY FROM BODY WITH AIRBAG HORN PAD POINTING UP.IF YOU DROP IT.DONT PUT IN BACK IN STEERING COULD DEPLOY ON INSTALLATION.
use a scanner to check the abs system . most of the time the abs brakes and traction control system work together. your cruise control . unit has a servo motor .in front right fender well. check the fuse and relay also the cruise control brake release switch. and the brake light switch.if all is good you have a cruise control module problems. dealer ship job.