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Old 01-30-2016
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gem mess

hi all
I could sure use some help
in my search for a gem module I have found out I am not going to find one with the same i.d. number
the unit taken from my truck is f57b-14b205-eh
I have checked with many used parts and module sellers that cant identify this unit.
I went on a ford direct parts web site , put in my vin number and the correct part number according to them is f67b-14b205-ea
my guess is this may have been superseded ..
this number however is the number for truck equipped with keyless entry
which my truck does not ...
I am able to find this unit and would like to know if anyone has had a similar situation and have been able to get it working
my vehicle is a 1995 4x4 3.0 auto trans , a/c , no power windors or doors
thanks in advance for any light being shed on this
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