The 93-95 ATX SHOs were included in the 05S28 Speed Control Disconnect fiasco ...er recall. The SCDS, mounted on the bottom of the SHO's master cylinder, fails internally and allows the brake fluid to enter the electrical circuit of the switch. Depending on how the fluid flows, it can either short to ground completely (which blows the fuse) or partially. If it shorts partially, the heavy current can cause the connector to smoke or in extreme cases, cause a fire whcih may lead to loss of the vehcile and anything surrounding it. Apparent side effects of blowing the fuse include no brake lights, no cruise, and an inability to shift the ATX out of PARK. This same switch failure on the F150/Expedition has resulted in numerous vehicle fires with collateral damage. If you are an owner of a 93-95 ATX, call your Ford dealer and schedule the free recall service. If your SCDS is working normally, they will install an additional harness that contains a fuse link to protect the vehicle in the event the switch fails with a short circuit. If the switch's connector shows visible signs of fluid leakage, they will also replace the switch.