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Re: Odometer Difference

Posted: Mon Jun 08, 2015 4:00 am
by FORScan
Sorry, it seems we misinformed everyone - latest iOS version has no this fix. It has some important changes from 2.2.5, but not this fix as it was made couple of days after the version was built. So none of official versions has this fix yet.

We will submit link to the latest test version for Windows via PM to everyone who requested.

Re: Odometer Difference

Posted: Mon Jul 20, 2015 10:41 am
by lafouine
Hi,

i don't know if it's the same error, but in the version 2.2.5 Beta (Windows 7), there is this problem with the odometer :
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PS : My car is Ford Focus C-max 2.0L TDCI 100Kw

Re: Odometer Difference

Posted: Mon Jul 20, 2015 5:04 pm
by FORScan
Differemce is quite significant (around 1500 km), so we don't think it is the same problem. Which one is correct (IC or PCM)?

Re: Odometer Difference

Posted: Mon Aug 05, 2019 11:44 pm
by Adelmo
May the Lord Jesus Christ bless everyone
I have the same problem with a 2014 f150
The difference between IC and the forscan is about forty thousand miles.
Does it prove the odometer was readjusted? We bought the truck used and would like to know .
I use the forscan in a Android phone 8.0.0 version of Android and the phone is a Motorola Moto e5 play
I also have another question.
My IC does not have the option for trailer brake gain, should I change the IC to the one that has it in order to activate the trailer brake controller
Thank you

Re: Odometer Difference

Posted: Tue Aug 06, 2019 10:30 am
by pab
DarrylB wrote:
Sat May 23, 2015 4:41 am
I've just been introduced to Forscan for both Windows and Android and both are working well but I've noticed something odd. The total vehicle distance reported by Forscan, both Windows and Android, is different than shown on my dashboard odometer. Forscan shows 53,404.7 km and my dashboard readout shows 53,342.7 km. A difference of 62 km.

Is the total vehicle distance the same as the odometer reading? If so, why are they different?

Thanks.
Hi Mate . The difference is easy... he counting the Km back too , the ECU does... your cluster not... that why difference..