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- LAMP - BRAKE - INADVERTENT DISABLING OF BRAKE SHIFT INTERLOCK
| Publication Date: AUGUST 22, 2002 |
| 1992-1993 FESTIVA |
1992-2003 CROWN VICTORIA, ESCORT, MUSTANG, TAURUS
1992-2003 E SERIES
1993-1997 F SUPER DUTY
1994-1997 F-250, F-350
1995-2003 EXPLORER, RANGER, WINDSTAR
1998-1999 F-250 LD
1999-2003 SUPER DUTY F SERIES
2000-2003 EXCURSION, EXPLORER SPORT
2001-2003 ESCAPE, EXPLORER SPORT TRAC
| 1992-2003 CONTINENTAL, TOWN CAR |
1993-1998 MARK VIII
| 1992-1994 TOPAZ |
1993-2003 GRAND MARQUIS
Article 01-18-1 is being republished in its entirety to update the model year coverage and vehicle line applications.
Corporate, municipal, or police fleets may have had their Ford Motor Company vehicle modified to flash the brake lamps whenever the "police lights" or other aftermarket lights are turned on. These added "police lights" have the potential to disable the brake shift interlock system. The brake shift interlock feature prevents the vehicle from being shifted from park unless the brake pedal is depressed. Disabling of the brake shift interlock feature may enable the operator to inadvertently apply the accelerator instead of the brake pedal when shifting from Park to Drive or Reverse gears.
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