Any body have a spreadsheet for 2012 F-150

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dylan.rios
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Any body have a spreadsheet for 2012 F-150

Post by dylan.rios » Sun Dec 17, 2017 5:39 pm

Looking for a spreadsheet for everything i can do to a F-150 fx4

f150guy
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Re: Any body have a spreadsheet for 2012 F-150

Post by f150guy » Fri Dec 22, 2017 4:34 am

No, but figured I'd share my remote start activation for my 2012 F150 XLT Supercrew with 3.5L Ecoboost. I installed the BC3Z-19G364-A OEM remote start kit and used Forscan to enable it on both the BCM and IPC. I had to do it through the (As Built) since remote start wasn't showing as an option in the other.

Here are the codes I used
On the BdyCM (As Built):
726-19-01, changed 0047 (disabled) to 0148 (enabled).
This enabled the remote start, and it was functional.

On the IPC (As Built):
720-01-02 showed 5521 4C0A A096... I changed the middle 4C0A to 4F0A.
This enabled it on my instrument panel, so I could adjust the run time and a couple other settings.

My local Ford dealer made me angry. They tried selling me a remote start system that had a separate fob for $500. I told them that's ridiculous, the truck just needs the antenna plugged in, enabled, and new 4 button key. I told them I found it online for $200 (which included 2 keys). Then they told me $125 to cut the keys and enable it! I said get out of here! So I started researching and came across Forscan, read a bunch of the forums, and downloaded it. Glad I did. Great software and saved me a bunch of money! I ended up driving a little further to another Ford dealer that cut the keys for me for free! The install and enabling took me maybe 20-25 minutes at most.

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CombatDork
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Re: Any body have a spreadsheet for 2012 F-150

Post by CombatDork » Fri Dec 22, 2017 7:15 pm

I don't have a Spreadsheet but I'm more than willing to start one with your help.

If your not interested then I've noticed a lot of the '15 and up data also applies to our older models.

2013 F150 FX4 Crew JIC you were wondering.

2012F150
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Re: Any body have a spreadsheet for 2012 F-150

Post by 2012F150 » Fri Jan 12, 2018 12:51 am

Hows it going. Your post is me word for word. I just got a 2012 f150. I got the remote start with key off ebay. I gotta get the key cut. $65 at locksmith. ford dealer said $200 to cut key, enable remote start. I already installed it so im not paying that kind of money.

So i got forscan downloaded now I just need to know the connector to get that is the cheapest and works? Lastly when you got the key cut did they program it to your truck to? I only have one original key and the new uncut key with the added remote 2x button. When you enabled remote start with forscan did the remote start button just automatically work?

update: I got a VINT OBDII usb scanner on ebay $18. I had walmart cut key for free. now to get it programmed. Cant find anything on forum about programming keys for 2012 f150. I only have the one orignal key and now my new key. Anyone here? bueller?

f150guy wrote:No, but figured I'd share my remote start activation for my 2012 F150 XLT Supercrew with 3.5L Ecoboost. I installed the BC3Z-19G364-A OEM remote start kit and used Forscan to enable it on both the BCM and IPC. I had to do it through the (As Built) since remote start wasn't showing as an option in the other.

Here are the codes I used
On the BdyCM (As Built):
726-19-01, changed 0047 (disabled) to 0148 (enabled).
This enabled the remote start, and it was functional.

On the IPC (As Built):
720-01-02 showed 5521 4C0A A096... I changed the middle 4C0A to 4F0A.
This enabled it on my instrument panel, so I could adjust the run time and a couple other settings.

My local Ford dealer made me angry. They tried selling me a remote start system that had a separate fob for $500. I told them that's ridiculous, the truck just needs the antenna plugged in, enabled, and new 4 button key. I told them I found it online for $200 (which included 2 keys). Then they told me $125 to cut the keys and enable it! I said get out of here! So I started researching and came across Forscan, read a bunch of the forums, and downloaded it. Glad I did. Great software and saved me a bunch of money! I ended up driving a little further to another Ford dealer that cut the keys for me for free! The install and enabling took me maybe 20-25 minutes at most.

rathos
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Re: Any body have a spreadsheet for 2012 F-150

Post by rathos » Tue Jan 23, 2018 3:20 am

I think you need the extended module to do it, but there should be a section on PATS keys on here. Most locksmiths will also program the keys to your car if you don't want to mess with trying to get the extended module. My local one cuts the key for $3.50 and will program them for $50. So the two keys cut and programmed will cost me $57 and I don't have to worry about screwing anything up.
2012F150 wrote:Hows it going. Your post is me word for word. I just got a 2012 f150. I got the remote start with key off ebay. I gotta get the key cut. $65 at locksmith. ford dealer said $200 to cut key, enable remote start. I already installed it so im not paying that kind of money.

So i got forscan downloaded now I just need to know the connector to get that is the cheapest and works? Lastly when you got the key cut did they program it to your truck to? I only have one original key and the new uncut key with the added remote 2x button. When you enabled remote start with forscan did the remote start button just automatically work?

update: I got a VINT OBDII usb scanner on ebay $18. I had walmart cut key for free. now to get it programmed. Cant find anything on forum about programming keys for 2012 f150. I only have the one orignal key and now my new key. Anyone here? bueller?

f150guy wrote:No, but figured I'd share my remote start activation for my 2012 F150 XLT Supercrew with 3.5L Ecoboost. I installed the BC3Z-19G364-A OEM remote start kit and used Forscan to enable it on both the BCM and IPC. I had to do it through the (As Built) since remote start wasn't showing as an option in the other.

Here are the codes I used
On the BdyCM (As Built):
726-19-01, changed 0047 (disabled) to 0148 (enabled).
This enabled the remote start, and it was functional.

On the IPC (As Built):
720-01-02 showed 5521 4C0A A096... I changed the middle 4C0A to 4F0A.
This enabled it on my instrument panel, so I could adjust the run time and a couple other settings.

My local Ford dealer made me angry. They tried selling me a remote start system that had a separate fob for $500. I told them that's ridiculous, the truck just needs the antenna plugged in, enabled, and new 4 button key. I told them I found it online for $200 (which included 2 keys). Then they told me $125 to cut the keys and enable it! I said get out of here! So I started researching and came across Forscan, read a bunch of the forums, and downloaded it. Glad I did. Great software and saved me a bunch of money! I ended up driving a little further to another Ford dealer that cut the keys for me for free! The install and enabling took me maybe 20-25 minutes at most.

rixter99
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Re: Any body have a spreadsheet for 2012 F-150

Post by rixter99 » Thu Jan 25, 2018 11:56 pm

You can try and see if this works...

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... 1639495357

Cheers, Rick
Cheers, Rick

Link to 2008-2010 F250 Spreadsheet
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

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Re: Any body have a spreadsheet for 2012 F-150

Post by XeroState » Sun Feb 04, 2018 4:11 pm

2012F150 wrote:Hows it going. Your post is me word for word. I just got a 2012 f150. I got the remote start with key off ebay. I gotta get the key cut. $65 at locksmith. ford dealer said $200 to cut key, enable remote start. I already installed it so im not paying that kind of money.

So i got forscan downloaded now I just need to know the connector to get that is the cheapest and works? Lastly when you got the key cut did they program it to your truck to? I only have one original key and the new uncut key with the added remote 2x button. When you enabled remote start with forscan did the remote start button just automatically work?

update: I got a VINT OBDII usb scanner on ebay $18. I had walmart cut key for free. now to get it programmed. Cant find anything on forum about programming keys for 2012 f150. I only have the one orignal key and now my new key. Anyone here? bueller?
Video on programming the chip inside the keys to start your truck: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQYM9dA7rI0

The above will NOT pair the FOB to the truck - it just programs the chip to allow the key to work in your truck's ignition.

For programming the FOB attached to the new keys, I did this:


1. Make sure your doors are UNLOCKED (Press the door button and unlock them)

2. Put key in ignition, turn from OFF to RUN (not accessory) 8 times fairly quickly. When you get done with the eighth time (back to OFF), you'll hear the door locks cycle "lock - unlock".

3. Within 10 seconds or so, press the lock or unlock button (I think either will work) on the new FOBs you are programming. That should pair them to the truck.

^^^ I did both of the above setups to program my new Remote Start FOBs that I got on Amazon, after I had installed the remote start antenna and enabled remote start via FORScan.

Hope that helps.

-X

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Re: Any body have a spreadsheet for 2012 F-150

Post by gingeryeti » Sat Oct 12, 2019 12:54 am

Anyone follow through with this? Looking to get myself through the more common mods.

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