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Electronics / Reverse Sensor / Cruise Control Issue

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Old 06-14-2015, 07:50 PM   #1
Michael 5.0
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Vehicle: 2014 Ford Mustang GT Premium 5.0
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Default Electronics / Reverse Sensor / Cruise Control Issue

Took a road trip and I was utilizing cruise control, then as shown in the picture below happened.

First the message to turn off rear park aid pops up and I cannot get it to close. Then a few seconds later the Stability Control / Advance Trac lights come on as well and stay lit. My cruise control is disabled during the period (I assume its because the car thinks its in reverse). The reverse message will randomly disappear and come back within minutes or seconds. Pressing the ESC button by the shift **** does nothing.

This usually only happens on longer trips. I do not know if it happens without utilizing cruise control.

I have had my transmission rebuilt by ford... so its been under the knife.

Any thoughts? Any history? I'll eventually get it in the shop as it still has other issues.


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