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Re: Mustang S197 2005-2009 programmable Codes

Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2019 9:25 pm
by JetExpress_6.7
I too tried to find code line to eliminate hyperflashing but couldn't find it. Nor could I find spreadsheets from forums with many of the common codes for S197s. Seems there's not much want or support for our cars in the forscan realm.

I did try all the similar years Ford vehicles to see if they shared similar coding for hyperflashing but none seemed to change the response in testing.

Also, when I download my as built codes from the etis site, the number of lines in the GEM module file does not match the actual number of lines in the module when I plug in with forscan. Anyone else experience that?

Re: Mustang S197 2005-2009 programmable Codes

Posted: Tue Apr 09, 2019 7:26 pm
by dfitz647
Hi Karsten. This was the post I've been looking for for five years! Thanks so much! I have an '08 mustang V6 ex rental, and I hated the DRL's. One big problem with them is it only activates the headlights. and the dash lights are always on. I've driven home from work at midnight many times with no taillights. This worked real slick, thanks.! Now my new question: is there a list somewhere of the BIN values, what each bit does? Figuring the HEX-BIN conversion works great, just need to know which values do what, to see if there's any other changes I want to make. Thanks again!

Re: Mustang S197 2005-2009 programmable Codes

Posted: Sun Apr 28, 2019 4:19 pm
by tt-bandit
Hello,
I have a 2009 Bullitt - so without the fog lights.
I would have liked to have programmed the daytime running lights. I read it here, got an adapter with switch, activated an extended license.
Then I got the "asbuildexplorer".
As I understood it, one enters the original data blocks into the "asbuildexplorer" in the tab "Check sum calc".
For me these were for the 726-01-01: 2028 0020 039A
So I enter the 2028 at Hex to Bin and it comes out "001000000000101000".
The daytime running light is in the first data block, the first 0 should become a 1, then the daytime running light should work.
If I enter this into the line Bin to Hex, i.e. "1010000000101000", I get "A028" as HEX value.
Is that correct so far?
So I enter "A028" in Forscan and click on "write".
Then it writes twice, 100% once and 51% the second time and I get the error message "Writing blocks failed - incompatible configuration".
Other configurations like programming TMPS and doing away the ringing have worked fine.

Now the questions: Did I do something wrong, is my car incompatible or does the bullitt have another parameter because the foggers are missing?

I would be happy about pertinent hints! :)

Have a nice Sunday!

Thomas

Re: Mustang S197 2005-2009 programmable Codes

Posted: Sat Jun 22, 2019 9:49 am
by LaForge
Hi there,

its been a long time, but sometimes I come back to read the Threads.
No, the Bullit is a mustang normal as every one from 07 to 09.
05 and 06 have a bit different electrics)
So change the first row from 0000 to 8000 and drl is on.
Chack also with a IPC selftest if the DRL led is in the middle left from the turn left arrow.
If its there, you can activate it in the 720-01-01 row as mentined in my grafic above.
Thats all.

The GT has 0004 and the 4 is for foglights on. You have 0000 for a bullit with no fogs.

Change the 726-01-01 from 0000 to 8000 and you are done as said above.

Greets

Karsten

Re: Mustang S197 2005-2009 programmable Codes

Posted: Sun Jun 23, 2019 9:46 am
by Shabbee
Hyper flash on the 2012-14 models requires more than a resistor. The BCM send a high impedance clock signal that is quenched when the inner light is energised. To overcome outage fail and hyper flash, a transistor (2N2222) and 10k resistor is required to emulate the light cluster.

The collector connects to ground, the resistor to the base and inner lamp signal, the emitter connects to the outage signal.

If you need more help let me know

Re: Mustang S197 2005-2009 programmable Codes

Posted: Mon Jun 24, 2019 12:44 am
by lenko
6t07t wrote:
Sun Feb 10, 2019 4:31 pm
Hello,
I'm new here :D

Please help me with these problems:
- how to change radio frequency with 0.1 step (EU standard) on the 2008-09 factory satelite navi system??
- how to change US to EU road maps on the 2008-09 factory satelite navi system??
- how to disable bulb out hyperflashing with parking/turn lights LED bulbs?

please let me know,
thanks,
Peter
You likely have to install the same version Sync for EU and get the map disk or card for EU. You should determine which Sync you have and post it so you can get advice where to find it and if it is upgrade able.

Re: Mustang S197 2005-2009 programmable Codes

Posted: Thu Jun 27, 2019 7:55 pm
by JetExpress_6.7
Shabbee wrote:
Sun Jun 23, 2019 9:46 am
Hyper flash on the 2012-14 models requires more than a resistor. The BCM send a high impedance clock signal that is quenched when the inner light is energised. To overcome outage fail and hyper flash, a transistor (2N2222) and 10k resistor is required to emulate the light cluster.

The collector connects to ground, the resistor to the base and inner lamp signal, the emitter connects to the outage signal.

If you need more help let me know
My question more pertains to a way to programmatically shut off the lamp outage in the BCM using Forscan. The resistor I wired in parallel to the bulb works just fine to fool the car into thinking the bulb is incandescent in the meantime.