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Exclamation Brake Issue

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I wanted to see if anyone has come across a certain message, "Brake Applied Pressure Reduced". It has happened at highway speeds (65ish) and around 40 mph on country roads. I've noticed a slightly reduced pedal feel.

Truck is 2019 F450 King Ranch.

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Ok, so the problem is persisting and seems to be happening more frequently. I also made a mistake in the wording it is actually, "Brake Applied Power Reduced".

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Iíve read that happens when you apply the brakes with your foot on the throttle. Any chance you are riding the brakes? If not, you might want to have the brake light switch adjusted or replaced.
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Definitely not riding the brakes. Oddly my 19 is the first of my Ford trucks that I have not stepped on both pedals at the same time

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Dealer is saying the message is linked to the ACC module, and until that is reinstalled, systems in the truck will still be wonky

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Did you have to take off the ACC module for your Setina bumper? Iíve been battling ACC issues with my truck as well but itís intermittent malfunction indicator lights. What I want to know is how come theyíre intermittent and not an ongoing persistent issue. Seems like a bunch of BS to me.
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