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I have a 2007 f-150 and the reverse went out could this be a sensor and if so where is the sensor located?

I have a 2007 f-150 4 wheel drive and the reverse went out could this be a sensor and if so where is it located?

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No, if forward gears all work and reverse isn't, it likely is going to be a internal failure.

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