Question about 2004 Ford F150
If one of those fuses is for the Brake lights, then check under the dash by the brake pedal. There should be a switch the operates the Interlock. If you have not checked the Brake fuse, then do that.
There are a couple of connectors on the Master Cylinder, try unplugging and reconnecting them if the first 2 ideas do not work. Would appreciate a response so I can catalog the cure.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
Testimonial: "ok, I am not sure if I should still install the new switch, but I was able to move this one around on the brake pedal and it immediately worked. "
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