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Old 08-25-2015, 09:31 AM   #1
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Default Is This The Passive Anti-Theft Kicking In?

Hello everyone,

Got a question for all you Mustang owners. I've tried searching online and have not had any luck yet - maybe my keywords are off. I have a 2015 GT, auto-transmission and this morning is the 3rd time I've encountered this problem. When I try to press down on the brakes so I can start the car, I find that the brakes won't engage. Meaning, I can't press it down. Like it's stuck/locked in place. I have to try a few times before it will finally press down and I can hit the button to start the car. I've never had the occasion to test out the anti-theft in my previous Mustang or this one but is this the passive anti-theft thing kicking in or is something messing up? I do have the keyfob in my pocket so it is nearby. Any ideas?

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Old 08-25-2015, 10:11 AM   #2
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the brakes have nothing to do with the anti theft, its under warranty, take it in and have the dealer check it out
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