PCM module reset?

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PCM module reset?

Post by Wod » Sat Jul 25, 2015 2:46 pm

Hello all, just a very quick one. Does the PCM module reset option erase the whole data or just the ecu parameters?
If I perform this will it wipe the key coding and injector codes?
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Re: PCM module reset?

Post by FORScan » Sun Jul 26, 2015 8:35 am

PCM reset does reset of all data learned by PCM during so called self-learning process. It doesn't clear injector codes and PATS data.

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Re: PCM module reset?

Post by Wod » Sun Jul 26, 2015 4:13 pm

FORScan wrote:PCM reset does reset of all data learned by PCM during so called self-learning process. It doesn't clear injector codes and PATS data.
Awesome this is what I wanted :) wasn't in the previous version I had for my model
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Re: PCM module reset?

Post by FORScan » Mon Jul 27, 2015 5:05 am

There are 2 functions, Module reset and Reset all adaptations. "Reset all adaptations" does a clean up of all learned data as described above (may not exist on some models). Module reset is like a PC reset button - re-initializes the module without clean up of the KAM memory.

After re-reading this thread we have come to the conclusion you asked about Module reset and Not reset all adaptations. Sorry if we confused you :(

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Re: PCM module reset?

Post by elkin » Wed Aug 10, 2016 3:59 pm

Hello,
Impressed of the product. What I am trying to accomplish is to reset the PCM fuel injection adaptations. However for my car the function "Reset all adaptations" is not available. As I understand from this thread I can use PCM "Reset module" instead, this will reset the adaptations. Is that correct?

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Re: PCM module reset?

Post by darrecky » Thu Aug 18, 2016 9:17 am

After "Reset all adaptations" is there any chance to modify number of DPF regenerations? Obviously its zeroed itself :(

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Re: PCM module reset?

Post by elkin » Sat Aug 20, 2016 7:33 pm

Hi team,

Finally I decided to give a try to the "Reset PCM module". It reported a success. It did not make any harm, but unfortunately it did not succeed in resetting the fuel adaptation either. Same big numbers of LTFT are reported right after the reset :( The car is Mondeo 2008 Duratec 2.0 145 hp . Any advice? Thank you!

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Re: PCM module reset?

Post by fordsmax471 » Wed Jul 03, 2019 7:08 pm

Hello !

FORD S-MAX mk2 2,0TDCi PowerShift
ELS27 v4.0 USB, windows 10 build 1903, PL2303 Prolific Driver v1220, FORScan version 2.3.23 beta EL2

I tested "Reset PCM module". It reported a success. ;)
FORScan v2.4.0/Els27 v4/Elitebook 840 G6/Win10 Pro

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Re: PCM module reset?

Post by derks » Wed Feb 26, 2020 9:24 pm

Hi,
I have problem with Active Grill (Shutter) in Ford Focus MK3 Lift 2016. I would like to disable active grill. I've done it in BCM "Without active grill", but I still have DTC U0284 and radiator fan is still run. Can PCM module reset help with it?

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Re: PCM module reset?

Post by fordsmax471 » Thu Feb 27, 2020 4:25 am

no but i suggest you fix it
there is a lot of information on the internet

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9n-9HynYfjM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMpgbjUpbyA
FORScan v2.4.0/Els27 v4/Elitebook 840 G6/Win10 Pro

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