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First step is to disconnect battery, fully charge it and have it tested. Clean battery cables (both ends of both cables) and battery terminals. Put good battery in. Start your truck and put a voltmeter to your battery. You should see 13.5 to 14.5 volts. If you do, drive on. If you don't, have charging system checked.


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The module that contains the door code data is the SJB on older modules and BCM on newer models. Usually located under drivers area. Some people will just call it a fuse box. Edit, I just checked a few fusion sjbs/bcms I have laying around the shop and I do not see any with the door codes printed on the older ones. I do believe I see it on the newer models ...


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Cruise control throttle cable/linkage/actuator.


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The short of this is yes, you MAY have damaged your rear brakes. The only way to tell for sure is to have them inspected by a mechanic (or if you know what you are doing, inspect them yourself) and determine if there has been damage, what is the extent of it, and what (if anything) needs to be fixed. In some cases the damage is just premature wear of the ...


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