bf mk2 falcon radio codes

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bf mk2 falcon radio codes

Post by gavjones » Mon Sep 05, 2016 9:23 am

I'm changing my icc(low to low)and will take old bem across,dose anyone know about the radio codes?

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Re: bf mk2 falcon radio codes

Post by FOX » Mon Sep 05, 2016 7:46 pm

Give the serial pasted on the label I'll see if I can give you your code ...

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Re: bf mk2 falcon radio codes

Post by Sam1112 » Sat Sep 17, 2016 9:44 am

You can reprogram the new radio to your vehicle using Forscan, the BA and BF ICC Units do not have a radio code you enter, they have a code that is linked to the BEM/PCM and when you swap a different radio in it shows 'CODE' or 'SECURITY CODE ERROR' on the screen, simply plug into your car, start Forscan and get an Extended License for Forscan, then in the service procedures, run the ACM (Audio Control Module) matching function and in several seconds the new radio should kick into life.

Otherwise, you can hold down the AM and Menu Buttons and the radio will unlock for about 5 minutes of use.

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Re: bf mk2 falcon radio codes

Post by KRL-94 » Wed May 24, 2017 1:35 pm

Sam1112 wrote:You can reprogram the new radio to your vehicle using Forscan, the BA and BF ICC Units do not have a radio code you enter, they have a code that is linked to the BEM/PCM and when you swap a different radio in it shows 'CODE' or 'SECURITY CODE ERROR' on the screen, simply plug into your car, start Forscan and get an Extended License for Forscan, then in the service procedures, run the ACM (Audio Control Module) matching function and in several seconds the new radio should kick into life.

Otherwise, you can hold down the AM and Menu Buttons and the radio will unlock for about 5 minutes of use.
I assume its the exact same procedure for the Territory models aswell??

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Re: bf mk2 falcon radio codes

Post by gmau69 » Thu Jan 04, 2018 1:44 pm

I would like to add something that might be useful for somebody:
If a premium ICC unit is fitted into a basic model BA/BF, it is very likely you won't be able to remove the security code using Forscan until you replace the existing basic BEM ( Blue color for falcons) to a premium BEM ( Green). It means premium ICC required premium BEM.
After replacing BEM, PATS , Key coding etc should be performed.

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Re: bf mk2 falcon radio codes

Post by sleepy » Sun Apr 29, 2018 11:37 pm

It`s really useful information

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Re: bf mk2 falcon radio codes

Post by Pendaws » Mon Nov 19, 2018 9:24 am

Sam1112 wrote:
Sat Sep 17, 2016 9:44 am
You can reprogram the new radio to your vehicle using Forscan, the BA and BF ICC Units do not have a radio code you enter, they have a code that is linked to the BEM/PCM and when you swap a different radio in it shows 'CODE' or 'SECURITY CODE ERROR' on the screen, simply plug into your car, start Forscan and get an Extended License for Forscan, then in the service procedures, run the ACM (Audio Control Module) matching function and in several seconds the new radio should kick into life.

Otherwise, you can hold down the AM and Menu Buttons and the radio will unlock for about 5 minutes of use.
Thank you for that information. :)

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Re: bf mk2 falcon radio codes

Post by Dean Bombinski » Sun May 05, 2019 5:30 am

If I replace my 2004 BA XR6 ICC with a 2007 BF ICC should this be a relatively easy change over?
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Re: bf mk2 falcon radio codes

Post by gmau69 » Sun May 05, 2019 6:32 am

They are direct swap.
Keep your original BEM module that is bolted to the bottom of the ICC so you vehicle will start and then just perform ICC linking procedure to remove the CODE.

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Re: bf mk2 falcon radio codes

Post by Dean Bombinski » Mon May 06, 2019 8:36 pm

I appreciate all your advice it will be of great assistance.
1. .Could you explain the ICC code linking procedure and also what is required to do it!
2. The symptoms of my ICC are occasional intermittent locking on individual heater control functions ie.
Air conditioning locked on won't change from floor to windscreen control or from face /floor/ windscreen etc.
All these control functions just seem to lock on the one settings when the system fails.
A hit on the left side of the ICC with an open hand seems to reactivate the controls, is this a common symptom indicating of the impending complete failure of the ICC?
3. On initially starting the car the ICC seems to cycle through itself I was just wondering if this is normal or an indication of the ICC gradually failing?
4 . The BEM seems to be functioning properly as I've had no trouble with interior lighting or the central locking etc with the vehicle.
5. I have watched the disassembly procedure of the ICC and the refitment of a new one as you can understand the more information I received will definitely make the whole procedure easier and prevent me from overlooking something and having to redo the whole thing again.
5. I have seen that there are newer upgraded versions of the original Bosch BEM for around $200 has anybody had any dealings or any advice in regards to these or would it just be easier to transfer the old one over to a replacement ICC if it's still functioning properly.
I don't have any idea of the lifespan of a BEM in a XR6 BA Falcon, Nov 2004. I have read of them failing but I don't know how frequently.

Regards Dean.
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