Selenoid Strategy download 10R80 2018 Expedition

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delta4wheel
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Re: Selenoid Strategy download 10R80 2018 Expedition

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I can SNIP and repost if that's what you are asking for. Are you having an issue reading the information in my attached pictures?

I checked the solenoid strategy and made sure what I entered was correct. I tried to enter it at least 10 times and got the same error message each time.
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Re: Selenoid Strategy download 10R80 2018 Expedition

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The VIN is

1FMJK1KT7JEA19172
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Re: Selenoid Strategy download 10R80 2018 Expedition

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You purchased the complete unit at Ford.
Open the box again, there is more paperwork that matches these documents.
10R80 Strategy.pdf
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If this even works without a TCM flash, try it.
Adaptive Learning Drive Cycle 10R80.pdf
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Get an image on a printer/scanner for the rest of the paperwork.
Post those images.
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Re: Selenoid Strategy download 10R80 2018 Expedition

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There is a problem with that one. The new VB came with a new transmission tag. This tag was triple bagged and in with the valve body and all of the transmission fluid. I took it out and noticed the transmission fluid had leaked through all three packages onto the new transmission tag. I went to wipe off the fluid and all of the ink came off with it. So, I have the strategy number from the valve body, but I do not have the solenoid body service information nor the Solenoid body ID. Before I installed the valve body, I noted the strategy number thinking this is all I needed. I sure hope I don't have to pull the pan to locate the body ID #.

I did the adaptive learning cycle yesterday and it didn't help the situation.
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Re: Selenoid Strategy download 10R80 2018 Expedition

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Take a photo of the connector that goes from the main harness to the valve body harness.
The valve body harness connection shell may have the same numbers laser etched to the large black connector.
Worst case, call the dealer and have them follow up on your part number.
There is a copy of the transmission valve body and strategy in their data base.
The earlier number in the image may look like a production number.
Keep your images and see what they say about the damaged box.
VIN ID.JPG
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"Snip" clears up the laptop images and can read them much more clearly.
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Re: Selenoid Strategy download 10R80 2018 Expedition

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I emailed the dealer where I got the valve body to see if they can look up my part by the strategy number to get the other information needed.

You mentioned the number looked incorrect. I thought the same thing giving that it has a F in it and no other number i saw online had a letter.

However, I ordered a different valve body that came damaged so I was able to look at that one. Its strategy number also has a letter in the 6th position. It shows this on the replacement transmission tag, as well as etched into the valve body in the same way and location on my valve body. It seems Ford is using letters in the solenoid strategy numbers.

I will post up what the dealer can dig up. Thanks again!
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Re: Selenoid Strategy download 10R80 2018 Expedition

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When you're ready to start the process again, use "snip" to keep all your steps.
I'm interested about this accomplishment with FORScan.
While I use FORScan as well, I do match everything with IDS and the VCM 3.
Take some photos of the valve body removal start to finish as well
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