there is a Ford rep that is on this forumI tried chatting with Ford on the Ford pass app but they said they were having a technical problems so they couldn't transfer the chat higher up... then I got disconnected. I tried calling their 1-800 customer service number to start a case about this issue by recommendation of my dealer.. not luck got disconnected. I give up. I did speak with the service manager at my dealer and he said he would send an email to his contacts but who knows if that will happen... If anyone else has any ideas and wants to try and clue Ford in on this go for it.
100% agree. I wasn't having issues and like others have stated here, most of mine just needed that final "click". But...... I had three fuses that were destined to fail at some point.I wonder how many of the various electrical gremlins we see here can be attributed to this…can definitely see a fuse having a poor connection causing random trailer brake errors or lane keep errors etc
OMG, almost all of my fuses were not seated either, thank you. GOOD find too!!PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT:
If you currently own a 2021 F150, check the fuse block under the hood, on the passenger side, near the windshield. After seeing several comments about it, I popped my hood today and removed the fuse cover. I was astonished at how many fuses were not seated correctly. I estimate that 90 percent of mine were not seated. Three of them were barely making a connection. I'm positive that a well placed pothole would have taken them out completely at some point. This has been a common problem among 21 owners and has caused issues. So save yourself a headache later on and take 5 minutes to check. I'm betting most of you will find the same scenario I did.