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kingmobileaudio
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.AB file

Post by kingmobileaudio » Fri Mar 22, 2019 7:57 pm

Can a .ab file form Ford be imported infor forscan?. I thought I did a stock backup.

gg1234635
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Re: .AB file

Post by gg1234635 » Fri Mar 22, 2019 8:01 pm

Yea you can. You load up the config section in Forscan and do each module at a time using the same AB file.

Mark12
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Re: .AB file

Post by Mark12 » Fri Mar 22, 2019 8:18 pm

When you are in the as-built programming section of FORScan and have selected the module you would like to reconfigure (as-built), select 'Load all'

Then in the file browser window that appears, navigate to the location of the as-built file - remember to select 'File type' from the window, and in the drop-down select .ab and the as-built file should appear for selection.

HankRGrill
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Re: .AB file

Post by HankRGrill » Mon Feb 03, 2020 3:57 pm

Why is this not working for me?

I have latest Forscan sw, extended license showing activated, Windows 10 laptop fully updated, good OBD unit with USB cable and switch, got the asb file from Ford site came in *.ab file format.

All I am trying to do is reprogram my replacement Sync 2 APIM and load the APIM module asb file. Do you have to reload other modules as well?

Thanks for ANY leads AT ALL.

smokeduv
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Re: .AB file

Post by smokeduv » Tue Feb 04, 2020 1:34 am

Hi!

Will loading the ab file into forscan make a factory reset? I'm stuck with two codes after changing some codes. It was some minor stuff, but now I don't have ABS nor ESP because some DTC errors (U3002:62-48 for PSCM and U3002:62-48 for ABS modules). Will this do the trick?

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