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Shift interlock Had the speed control deactivation switch recall performed now I blow fuses and can't shift from park and do not have brake lamps. I replaced the stop switch, and still blow fuses. I did not have these problems before the recall was performed. I by passed the harness ford installed to see if the harness was bad, but I still have the problem. any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks. Jim

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Sounds like your auto shifter handle has a short in it. If the od lamp does not light up when pushed you have a short. You can try repairing the wiring or replace shifter handle.

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