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Ford CPP Damage Causes No-Crank Condition

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Previous switch (left) compare to the new, updated switch. The connector angle was changed to prevent switch damage. 

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Some 2015-2017 Ford Mustang vehicles equipped with a manual transmission and built on or before June 15, 2016 may exhibit a no-crank condition due to the CPP (clutch pedal position) switch being damaged.

If the CPP switch is damaged, install a new CPP switch and bracket, P/N HR3Z-11A152-A. The new switch includes a plastic bracket rotating the connector 90-degrees.

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