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Broken cable on my shock adjuster on my 2007 yamaha apex

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Unless you got a Ford Gold remote start, Remote keyless entry & alarm installed, the truck does not have a shock sensor.

Ford offers an OEM unit, which is ( was ? ) the CodeAlarm units.

If the RKE ( Remote Keyless Entry ) fob only has the lock, unlock and horn button, then you have only the factory RKE, no shock sensor. If the RKE fob has the key on it ( for the start ) then it might have an alarm ( this could be the silver remote start & RKE, no alarm ).

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