Need to Edit PCM vbf calibration. RPM at idle.

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piolin49
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Need to Edit PCM vbf calibration. RPM at idle.

Post by piolin49 » Wed Jun 28, 2017 11:56 am

Hi chaps:

I've got a Ford 1.6 TDCI 115 hp DV6 engine (Euro 5).

The last calibration file downloaded from Motorcraft is AV61-14C204-YM (attached). PCM is already updated with it.

At idle (780 rpm) my car presents a slight hesitation or vibration. Many people says the same but maker says that this is normal.

When I press speed pedal up to 820 - 840 rpm this hesitation goes bie. The car works fine and no DTCs problem at PCM detected.

I think is a feature of Ford/Peugeot engines or, probably this engine.

I've thought to edit the calibration file to edit rpm at idle to 840 - 850 to fix the trouble. For me It will be ok.

Anybody knows how to edit this file for doing what I mean?

Anybody has this issue or has heard about?

Waiitng your reply.

Regards
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apigo200x
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Re: Need to Edit PCM vbf calibration. RPM at idle.

Post by apigo200x » Thu Nov 23, 2017 10:01 am

hi
i have the same problem on my 16 ford edge 2.0 ecoboost..
how adjusted the idle with forscan or ids ?
thx

piolin49
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Re: Need to Edit PCM vbf calibration. RPM at idle.

Post by piolin49 » Sun Aug 05, 2018 3:36 pm

No yet.

Regards

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Re: Need to Edit PCM vbf calibration. RPM at idle.

Post by jackieboy8 » Wed Aug 08, 2018 10:00 am

How are you planning to flash the .VBF file to your PCM?

piolin49
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Re: Need to Edit PCM vbf calibration. RPM at idle.

Post by piolin49 » Wed Aug 08, 2018 1:40 pm

I don't know exactly how to do.

A friend say me we have to convert .vbf to WinOls file and then, with WinOls Program edit rpm at Idle, then fit to 850 rpm at idle. Like that probably no hessitation.

Probably is a solution, although ther are people who say that changing the silentblock/s (there are 3) issue was fix. In my case (and other) Injectors and adaptation is all ok, motor is ok, all ok. ?????

Anybody knows about the trouble?

Waiting your reply.

Regards

jackieboy8
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Re: Need to Edit PCM vbf calibration. RPM at idle.

Post by jackieboy8 » Wed Aug 08, 2018 10:02 pm

Could be a lot of things but if you want to flash the VBF file you need something like VBF loader and that is something Forscan doesn’t support yet.

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