Trouble reading all modules

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Trouble reading all modules

Postby jayb79 » Sat Sep 16, 2017 2:10 pm

I have been having trouble reading all the modules with FORScan. I sprung for the OBDLink MX thought it would make it easy. I originally had the bbfly-BB77102 and was getting the same result. I am looking for the IPC module and assume it is in the MS can area but can't seem to get to it, I think everything I am seeing is in the HS can.

Here is part of the log after connecting:
Connection to adapter has been established: COM5
(OK) [18:47:13.817] Adapter: STN1150 v4.0.2 (ELM327 v1.3a)
(OK) [18:47:14.333] Connection to vehicle has been established
(OK) [18:47:15.045] Vehicle: Ford F-150 (shorted for clairity) 2.7L 2016 ( 2016 MY ), VIN: 1FT*****
(OK) [18:47:16.290] Found module: PCM - Powertrain Control Module
(OK) [18:47:31.265] Found module: OBDII - On Board Diagnostic II
(OK) [18:47:32.264] Found module: APIM - Accessory Protocol Interface Module
(OK) [18:47:33.191] Found module: DCDC - DC to DC Converter Control Module
(OK) [18:47:34.640] Found module: PAM - Parking Aid Module
(OK) [18:47:36.314] Found module: BdyCM - Body Control Module

My connection settings are
Under genneral tab, DEBUGGING mode, METRIC and ENGLISH.
Under connection tab, AUTO for connection type, com settings are also AUTO
ELM327 specific is AUTO and J2534 is Shared with HS CAN

Is it possible I have another bad adaptor? The package looks like it could have been returned previously so it could be another bad device but maybe I am doing something wrong.
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Re: Trouble reading all modules

Postby berk » Fri Oct 20, 2017 1:46 am

I'm in the exact same boat as you. Tried 2 China adapters and finally sprung for the MX wifi.
2015 f-150 xlt 3.5
Any luck figuring this out?
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Re: Trouble reading all modules

Postby jayb79 » Fri Oct 20, 2017 3:58 am

Yup, I ended up using a USB connection now it works great.
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