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I've seen a similar thread about this but mine is a little different so I thought I'd ask for some advice. I just had to replace my rear differential this past week and then when i get in and try to start driving the ABS light starts blinking. The cruise control isn't working and neither are the hazards or brake lights. Everything works after I replace the fuse until I touch the brake pedal then the fuse blows immiediatley. hazards work as well. I've tried disconnecting the abs module but that did not help. This started suddenly after replacing the rear axle assembly but I can't find anything wrong with my wiring there. Any advice would be nice. or requests for further details. This is my first post so thanks in advance

1995 f150 4.9 5spd manual
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