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Cruise Control Fuse?

My cruise control stopped working on my 2008 F250 6.4l. I looked through the owners manual but I can't find a fuse or relay even listed.
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Problem will be one of the sensors on the bottom of your master cylinder. They are cheap, basically your cruise thinks the brakes are being applied, so it won't engage. It is independent of the brake light circuit.
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Your cruise control will not work if you have a CEL pending or on. May want to check with a scanner for a CEL pending
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