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Old 07-30-2011, 10:06 AM
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Try fuse F34.
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Well F34 was blown! but as soon as I put a new fuse in it blew. Maybe the switch is bad? What do you think? Thanks again for all the help!
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Try fuse F34.
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Disconnect the pressure switch located on the brake master cylinder. It has likely leaked and shorted. If so, apply recall kit from 05S28 as permanent repair. Check your VIN for open recalls as it might be covered.
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The Brake Pressure Switch isn't fed by F.34, it's fed by F.24 on his truck.

If F.34 is blowing, it is more likely a wire with insulation rubbed through. Maybe around the Brake Pedal Position switch on the brake pedal, or somewhere in the steering column where it goes to the shift interlock.
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The Brake Pressure Switch isn't fed by F.34, it's fed by F.24 on his truck.

Nope, not according to cell 31-3 of the EVTM for the 02 SD gasser ...
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Well switch must be bad. I pulled the fuse out of the SCDS inline and put a new one in F34 and the truck now shifts from park!!!!!! I will call Ford in the Morning,but since the truck already has the inline fuse I would think it has already went through the recall. ProjectSHO89 I owe you a beer or two! This fall when I run down to ST. Louis to watch the Rams I get a hold of a you and make good on that!
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Nope, not according to cell 31-3 of the EVTM for the 02 SD gasser ...
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I am stuck, and since this thread seems pretty good I thought I would add onto it without starting a new one.
I have a 2004 (built sep 2003) Excursion 4x4 6.0. I was flushing the cooling system. On my drive while running Restore threw it I stopped at Tractor Supply. I left it running and went in the store to pick up ELC. When I came out I could not get it out of park. I kept puching harder and harder on the brake to try and get the shifter to move. Eventually I noticed a little smoke coming out from under the hood when I pushed on the brake. I looked under the truck and saw brake fluid. I had it towed home and tore into it to see what the problem was. I discovered my front-driver brake line at a small hole in the beaded steel line. I built a new line, replaced all my rubber brake lines with beaded steel lines flushed out all the old brake fluid with new. I now have a nice firm peddle and I still can't get it out of park. I jumped online to get some answers with three possibilities; fuse, brake switch or interlock silinoid. Fuse was good and I had brake light so I dropped the steering column and replaced the interlock. That did not fix it. I pulled the brake switch and it looked like it was worn so I replaced it. Still nothing. I do remember that right after I got the truck I tried to use cruise control with scary results after trying to slow down and cruise not turning off. I have also had random problems with trying to get the shifter out of park. At this point I am out of valid ideas. Is there a way the ignition could be causing that?
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Fuse was good and I had brake light
Which fuse? Explicit details need to be provided...

The presence of brake lights is not a very useful indicator of the circuit's ability to function. It would show mechanical engagement of the BPP switch but it does nothing to indicate the function of the electrical circuit that must be considered for shift lock release. Read this thread in its entirety.

Remember, there is a bypass procedure in your owner's manual to get you moving when this occurs (until it can be properly repaired). Does that procedure work?
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Which fuse? Explicit details need to be provided...

The presence of brake lights is not a very useful indicator of the circuit's ability to function. It would show mechanical engagement of the BPP switch but it does nothing to indicate the function of the electrical circuit that must be considered for shift lock release. Read this thread in its entirety.

Remember, there is a bypass procedure in your owner's manual to get you moving when this occurs (until it can be properly repaired). Does that procedure work?
I was mostly referring to fuse 13 &15 but I checked every fuse individually on the entire truck. I got it to work today by disconnecting the plug to the interlock. For some reason it is always being charged. I have no idea why.
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Try going to your dealer and ask the service manager. They are good people to have a rapport with. Mine have always been knowledgeable and helpful.
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I was mostly referring to fuse 13 &15
Neither fuse has anything to do with the shift lock.

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but I checked every fuse individually on the entire truck.
That is usually a waste of time since only one or two fuses are usually all that are involved in any given circuit.

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For some reason it is always being charged. I have no idea why.
If you read the aforementioned section of your owner's manual, you'd at least have an idea....
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