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Is the truck an automatic or standard? Commonly the failure has to do with either the brake pedal switch or the clutch pedal switch. What have you checked out so far? Were there any recent repairs? Did your truck make the recall list (check with your local ford dealer), Have you checked for any blown fuses?

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