Car configuration discussions and experience sharing
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Livnitup wrote: ↑
Tue Jul 04, 2017 4:19 am
ACM 727-04-01 x*xx xxxx xxxx Tuner Region: 0=NA (North America), 1=GCC, 2=Japan, 3=Europe, 4=Asia Pacific
APIM 7D0-01-01 xxxx xxxx *xxx Radio Tuner Market: 2=non RDS Market (NA), 3=RDS Market (EUR,APA,SA)
In my Mustang 2016 with Sync 1.1 ( US to EU conversion)
ACM 727-04-01 is done, it works ok.
APIM 7D0-01-01 is exactly: 7D0-01-01 0C67 9800 04E8
There is "zero" in the place where the star is... so what does it mean ?
What should I write here ?
Best Regards ! Nix
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I am also interested in this. I want to enable RDS on my V6 Mustang 2016. When I changed the bytes to enable the European frequencies, RDS stopped working. Can anyone confirm what line it is to enable RDS on a Sync 1
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I am afraid that you are in a trap.
RDS is gone if you change the frequencies.
I have read this several times but no solution in sight for this.
riding da White Beast
ECU Programming Service on Ford Vehicles after 2006
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after 100x times programming
I also get the function for manually European frequency.
but if I will put as an example 102.8 and press enter than the message "wrong frequency comes"
and additional, i read also that the scan funtion for europe frequency doesn't work is it correct? or its possible to scan also thee european frequency.