6.7 injector iqa

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1970mach1bill
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6.7 injector iqa

Post by 1970mach1bill » Sat Oct 29, 2016 4:38 pm

Is FORscan capable of programming the injector iqa codes on the 6.7?

ccmac
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Re: 6.7 injector iqa

Post by ccmac » Thu Feb 16, 2017 1:58 am

interested in this as well

Audiomediocrity
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Re: 6.7 injector iqa

Post by Audiomediocrity » Tue Sep 10, 2019 1:56 am

I am interested also!

s8v4o
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Re: 6.7 injector iqa

Post by s8v4o » Thu Sep 26, 2019 2:01 am

I can tell you with certainty that FORSCAN can program the IQA code on a 6.7L ford diesel. It did on my 2011 anyway. I just did it this evening. I wanted to try it before I actually replaced the injector just to test it out and it worked. I'm not sure if it makes a difference on what device you use but I used the cheapest VCM2 clone there is. I will be also trying it with the Veepeak ELM327 tomorrow.

I just wish that FORSCAN could do an injector buzz test for the 6.7L. I know can do it for the older trucks but no dice on the 6.7 yet. If anybody knows differently please let me know.

chrisamitch
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Re: 6.7 injector iqa

Post by chrisamitch » Thu Jun 18, 2020 2:51 pm

Do you have any information on this process? I am assuming it will be in the PCM module, but could also see where that info could reside in the FICM. I am currently replacing CP4, injectors, and all fuel lines on my 2013 Powerstroke (yep,I did a major bonehead move and now have to pay for my mistakes). I am not to the point of needing to adjust the IQA yet, but any extra info I could gather on the process would make me feel better.

Thanks in advance
Chris

chrisamitch
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Re: 6.7 injector iqa

Post by chrisamitch » Sun Jun 28, 2020 6:15 pm

For everyone trying to adjust their IQA, it is done via the "injection correction factor" portion of the PCM programing. I also had some problems with Forscan giving me an error about the process, but it did accept my new injector IQA codes.

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