How to use PATS Module Initialization function

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fred08155
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Vehicle: Ford Mondeo Turnier TDCI 96kW 2002

Re: How to use PATS Module Initialization function

Post by fred08155 » Thu Feb 09, 2017 3:41 pm

As you can read in the first post there is no such function for your car.
Duratorq TDCI engines of the same models have no Module Initialization functions
This function exists for "Duratorq DI" engines only. I guess this means TDDI.

smirnoffrules
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Vehicle: ford c max 2007

Re: How to use PATS Module Initialization function

Post by smirnoffrules » Sat Apr 08, 2017 10:45 am

hi , does the new built in pats function work with this now ie twin numbers ? have a focus c-max to do next week and have to replace pcm , l take it l only need to do option 3 ? autokeyprog.com seems to have be down for awhile
Focus Mk2/CMax

Module initalization function is used here when instrument cluster (HEC or IC) and/or PCM module is replaced.

If HEC/IC or both HEC/IC + PCM are replaced, the following sequence of actions should be performed:

i. Erase all keys (Single coded or timed access have to be obtained)
ii. Program at least 2 new keys
iii. Do module initalization (Dual coded access may be required)

if only PCM is replaced, the steps (i) and (ii) are not necessary, and only step (iii) have to be executed.

kilm
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Vehicle: Ford C Max, 1.6Tdci 110, 2008

Re: How to use PATS Module Initialization function

Post by kilm » Sun Oct 08, 2017 4:31 pm

Hi,

I have succesfuly replaced a Ford C Max 2003 EDC16C3 PCM with Forscan.

Thank you very much Forscan team for your work

red69
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Vehicle: C-MAX 1.6 TDCI 2009

Re: How to use PATS Module Initialization function

Post by red69 » Fri Nov 02, 2018 1:45 pm

Hello,
i would know if forscan is first programming key in PCM module and then there is a synchronisation with IC, or if it programme key in IC module.
Thanks

myowneq
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Vehicle: 2010 F150 XLT 5.4L

Re: How to use PATS Module Initialization function

Post by myowneq » Fri Nov 09, 2018 5:05 pm

I used ForScan to program a new key for my 2010 F150. I lost one of my originals. I spent $25 US for 2 new keys and fobs.

I want to add a note. The keys have to be cut first. I took mine to a hardware store and gave them $3. When a blank key is mentioned in these articles, it means the transponder. Keys being programmed have to be able to turn the ignition on.

The process itself is super easy. Erase all known keys and then program two new ones. My truck gave no indication anything happened until the entire process was complete.

Doing the fobs was routine and no problems.

Thanks ForScan. :-)

roko1234
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Joined: Tue Mar 26, 2019 5:22 pm
Vehicle: Ford Fusion

Re: How to use PATS Module Initialization function

Post by roko1234 » Fri Apr 26, 2019 12:32 pm

Hello, I have a Ford Fusion USA 2016 year wants to program a new key but in modules I do not have PATS (forscan extended version 2.3.17, interface vscan stn1170 elm327v3) deleted profiles, I changed the version of forscana nothing helps how to turn module pats?

emin
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Vehicle: focus II diesel 1.6

Re: How to use PATS Module Initialization function

Post by emin » Mon Apr 29, 2019 8:07 am

is this function support in sid 208 new transits ??
I was tried and no success..need advices ..thanks

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Andyfocus
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Vehicle: ford focus 1.0 ecoboost (100ps) 2017

Re: How to use PATS Module Initialization function

Post by Andyfocus » Thu May 16, 2019 3:20 am

all fords made after late 2016 will require ford dealer for pats programming as it requires online access and login details .
same may be true of some early 2016 models depending on producion line changes , only way to know is to use forscan and look for the pats option in the modules list .
i am the same as you just a forscan user still learning .

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