Helpful links on As Built configuration and programming

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smartguy69
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Vehicle: Kuga Titanium,2 litre diesel, 150PS, 2015

Re: Helpful links on As Built configuration and programming

Post by smartguy69 »

Allanpug wrote:
Fri Jan 22, 2021 11:10 pm
janding34 wrote:
Fri Jan 22, 2021 10:28 pm
I would recommend doing a Gooogle search for your same vehicle (model and year) to find one that is for sale online. Then take the VIN listed and plug it in.
Thanks, here in the uk and we dont really put vin/chassis numbers on sale listings, but I'll have a look


Allan
Hi, here is how you do it in the UK. Find the car you are looking for on eBay, Auto Trader etc. Make a note of the registration number. Go to etis ford, website below.

Register as an IO (independent operator). Once you are registered you can enter the car's registration number and it will give you the VIN number. When you have the VIN number then go to the motorcraft asbuilt data site shown in one of the above posts.

https://www.etis.ford.com/home.do
Allanpug
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Vehicle: 2016 Ford Focus estate Titanium x 1.5 tdci 120

Re: Helpful links on As Built configuration and programming

Post by Allanpug »

smartguy69 wrote:
Sat Jan 23, 2021 11:15 pm
Allanpug wrote:
Fri Jan 22, 2021 11:10 pm
janding34 wrote:
Fri Jan 22, 2021 10:28 pm
I would recommend doing a Gooogle search for your same vehicle (model and year) to find one that is for sale online. Then take the VIN listed and plug it in.
Thanks, here in the uk and we dont really put vin/chassis numbers on sale listings, but I'll have a look


Allan
Hi, here is how you do it in the UK. Find the car you are looking for on eBay, Auto Trader etc. Make a note of the registration number. Go to etis ford, website below.

Register as an IO (independent operator). Once you are registered you can enter the car's registration number and it will give you the VIN number. When you have the VIN number then go to the motorcraft asbuilt data site shown in one of the above posts.

https://www.etis.ford.com/home.do
Thank you, I stupidly never thought of that, I already have an etis account.

Thank you
westonr3006
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Vehicle: F250, Flex Fuel 6.2, 2017
Location: Vinton, LA.

Re: Helpful links on As Built configuration and programming

Post by westonr3006 »

217 F250 XLTP...I am having a problem with my as-built data. It was apparently saved in the wrong format. Luckily for me, I only made 2 changes. Due to already having issues with my factory 8" sync 3.3 head unit, I went here first. I added the heated seats tabs and then I added the climate tab to the home screen. The problem is that I need to return them back to stock before bringing my truck in on Monday 3.1.21 and I don't have the as-built data. Any help would be appreciated.
janding34
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Vehicle: Explorer, Sport 2018

Re: Helpful links on As Built configuration and programming

Post by janding34 »

With the latest version of Forscan you should be able to load the factory code directly from the program. Here is a video:

https://youtu.be/qMdeKpORMjU

If that doesn't work, simply go here plug in your VIN and get the factory default: https://www.motorcraftservice.com/AsBuilt
westonr3006
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Location: Vinton, LA.

Re: Helpful links on As Built configuration and programming

Post by westonr3006 »

Thanks for the info. I will give it a shot tomorrow morning.
SoFlowJoost
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Vehicle: Ford Mondeo hybrid 2017

Re: Helpful links on As Built configuration and programming

Post by SoFlowJoost »

jpohlman wrote:
Wed Nov 25, 2020 3:28 am
aluzjunior wrote:
Sat Oct 24, 2020 4:35 pm
Hi, thank you for all you support.
I tried to do some mods with forscan in my 2016 Fusion Hybrid. Auto folding mirrors, cornering lights and tild down working fine,
But digital speedometer and TPMS display isnt working.
I did this mods last year on my 2015 AWD and worked.
The 2016 is a bit of a one off year, you can find a lot of info on 2gfusions.net.
The digital speedo and TPMS are a 2017+ item on the hybrid/Energi due to space limitation in the cluster memory.
So, getting the digital speedo and TPMS on a <2017 model is impossible to achieve? And is a firmware upgrade safe to do on the <2017 hybrid IPC?
AIKzini
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Vehicle: Ford Escape 1.5 182 лс 2017

Re: Helpful links on As Built configuration and programming

Post by AIKzini »

hello, help sync 3 the radio text is gone and the station name is now only numbers, where you can fix it. happened after discharge to the factory :( :(
nlambuca
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Vehicle: E-350, 7.3L, 1997

Re: Helpful links on As Built configuration and programming

Post by nlambuca »

I have a 1997 E-350 with 7.3L Diesel.
CAn't fin the spreasheet for it...

Does anyone has that?

Thanks
Nuno
papafor4
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Vehicle: Ford F 150 3.5 V6 2017

Re: Helpful links on As Built configuration and programming

Post by papafor4 »

Witch value on the spreadsheet will recover the voice recognition on a 2017 Ford F 150 will?
avandyke246
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Vehicle: Escape, 2.5L 2010

Re: Helpful links on As Built configuration and programming

Post by avandyke246 »

Anything For the 2008 to 2012 escapes?
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