Ford asked the dealership to check for a laundry list of random things. They were asked to ensure there’s no corrosion on the plugs/connectors, no aftermarket components tapped into the circuitry, ensure continuity between circuits, check fuses and voltage, etc. As explained to me by the service manager, this is typical procedure to check all electrical components/harnesses when there’s intermittent issues. Received a phone call explaining that all the things Ford had them check came back normal and the dealership is currently awaiting a response from Ford. I’ve since filed a complaint with Transport Canada with regards to a defect with a safety feature. We’ll see if government intervention yields a faster remedy to my problem.What did you find out? I remote started my truck today and Everything worked like it's supposed to. So it's hit or miss on the cruise working.
Sorry to hear they haven't fixed it. Did they try the same module Ford replaced on my truck? I haven't had any issues since they replaced that restraint module.After a total of 3 dealer visits and 20 total days without my truck, I think they've finally truly fixed it this time. They had to replace the restraint module, which is located on the tranny tunnel under the center console. I've had it back a week and not seen the error message. Previously it was a daily occurrence.