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this sounds odd but mine did this when i replaced the wipers. it seems the design of the wiper frame was making a whistle at higher speeds. the freestar wipers are exposed on the window cowl and not hidden so they endure the winds at high speed. it is worth a shot.
I'm assuming all of the brake lights are on? If so there is a brake light switch located way up under the dash that hits on the arm for your brake pedal. If this is not "closed" when the pedal is up (not depressed), your brake lights will stay on. It is adjustable.
Try pulling up the brake pedal with your foot,Sometimes your brake doesnt come back all the way,and the brake switch keeps the cruise from working.Also,check the fuse.If those answers dont help,It could be the swith itself is bad.Those can be bought at a parts store.
new calipers now. and i had to replace both discs. Ford Freestar is renowned for it's rear brakes wearing prematurely.
anyway, after forcing banging, and utterly destroying two heavy duty c-clamps, i check forums and found you MUST rent a tool from an auto parts store (mine was free loaner from Checker, just had to give them $80 and bring it back undamagaed, they give you back 100% back). Anyway the tool twists the calipers as it pushes them back. you cannot just force the calipers back with straight force.