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Old 07-28-2016, 04:38 PM
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Originally Posted by re5513 View Post
2016 F150 lariat. When I have the truck running and then go back to close the tailgate I get a "double honk" of the horn as if the truck believes I would just leave it running. Do you know the code/address register to disable this "double honk"? I looked at the PIMs and found a number of horn options but could not identify this particular double honk behavior that I would like to disable. Thanks.
BCM module: 726-41-02 0000 0001 0172

that should do it.
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Old 07-28-2016, 05:22 PM
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Yes I agree. I ordered mine last week. Worth every bit of the $70 IMO.
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I agree 100% one question though... Do the links work on your?I don't have adobe pro.
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I agree 100% one question though... Do the links work on your?I don't have adobe pro.
Not the individual links but the bookmarks do to the various sections. Between that and control+F for search it's fine for the money.
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Hey Livnitup... I came across your thread doing some web searches... I have a 2014 Fusion but our car's computers are the same for the most part. I am mainly active in Fusion forums, but since you have a good thing going here, I would like to make a few contributions:

1st: On the APIM: 7D0-04-02... that line is the park assist type. Like 08 is parallel, 07 is parallel and perpendicular. 7D0-04-01... I know you use to enable climate menu but most of the rest of it tells the park assist the size of the vehicle. Which is why it is different in every ford model and some times model years with slight changes.

2: On the APIM: 7D0-01-01... The very first bit commonly a A or 2... tells the APIM the audio type... 2 is regular... A is Sony Amplifier... I believe 6 is Shaker audio that the mustangs have.... When this is changed incorrectly the on screen volume will disappear especially on a non-sony vehicle. You will also probably see an APIM DTC, if you scan for DTC's right after changing it.

3: Battery Type / Battery Monitoring System... should have similar options on your F-150...

Figured out how to tell the cars computer / battery monitoring system you have a different type battery AND enable/disable BMS... for example I had a regular battery and changed to a 70Ah AGM battery. So I changed my value below from 12 to 01.
Example: Changed 1202 001E 095C to 0102 001E 095C

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726-04-01 - First Box = Battery Type (Note: On older car BCM's this memory block used to contain the door lock code on the drivers door)

First byte is battery type.
Second byte appears to enable/disable battery monitoring system... 01 Off, 02 On... All Battery Monitoring System PID's go blank when monitored after this is changed. So I am assuming it turns it off.

These are for the Fusion BCM... but I am sure your F-150's have similar options.
You can go to the Read PID Data Button... activate all the battery PID's on the BCM in a table to see what options do what if you decide to play around in this memory block.

These CCA numbers are rounded/rough approximates... go by the Ah.
0102 - AGM 70Ah 600CCA H6 Case - Start/Stop Default
0202 - AGM 80Ah 700CCA H7 Case
1202 - Varta 60Ah 600CCA H5 Case - Default
1502 - Varta 90Ah 800CCA H8 Case
1002 - Varta 80Ah 700CCA T7 Case
1102 - Varta 90Ah 800CCA T8 Case

I sent this battery location finding to FORScan already (I am a beta tester).

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Originally Posted by DanMc85 View Post
Hey Livnitup... I came across your thread doing some web searches... I have a 2014 Fusion but our car's computers are the same for the most part. I am mainly active in Fusion forums, but since you have a good thing going here, I would like to make a few contributions:

1st: On the APIM: 7D0-04-02... that line is the park assist type. Like 08 is parallel, 07 is parallel and perpendicular. 7D0-04-01... I know you use to enable climate menu but most of the rest of it tells the park assist the size of the vehicle. Which is why it is different in every ford model and some times model years with slight changes.

2: On the APIM: 7D0-01-01... The very first bit commonly a A or 2... tells the APIM the audio type... 2 is regular... A is Sony Amplifier... I believe 6 is Shaker audio that the mustangs have.... When this is changed incorrectly the on screen volume will disappear especially on a non-sony vehicle. You will also probably see an APIM DTC, if you scan for DTC's right after changing it.

3: Battery Type / Battery Monitoring System... should have similar options on your F-150...

Figured out how to tell the cars computer / battery monitoring system you have a different type battery AND enable/disable BMS... for example I had a regular battery and changed to a 70Ah AGM battery. So I changed my value below from 12 to 01.
Example: Changed 1202 001E 095C to 0102 001E 095C

Memory Address
726-04-01 - First Box = Battery Type (Note: On older car BCM's this memory block used to contain the door lock code on the drivers door)

First byte is battery type.
Second byte appears to enable/disable battery monitoring system... 01 Off, 02 On... All Battery Monitoring System PID's go blank when monitored after this is changed. So I am assuming it turns it off.

These are for the Fusion BCM... but I am sure your F-150's have similar options.
You can go to the Read PID Data Button... activate all the battery PID's on the BCM in a table to see what options do what if you decide to play around in this memory block.

These CCA numbers are rounded/rough approximates... go by the Ah.
0102 - AGM 70Ah 600CCA H6 Case - Start/Stop Default
0202 - AGM 80Ah 700CCA H7 Case
1202 - Varta 60Ah 600CCA H5 Case - Default
1502 - Varta 90Ah 800CCA H8 Case
1002 - Varta 80Ah 700CCA T7 Case
1102 - Varta 90Ah 800CCA T8 Case

I sent this battery location finding to FORScan already (I am a beta tester).

http://www.2gfusions.net/showthread.php?tid=4573
Thanks, always appreciate some new info
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Can you tell me which modules I need to go to in order to turn off the double beep as well as the ANC?
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Double honk is BdyCm not sure what the ANC is that you are referring to.
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Thanks for the update. ANC is Active Noise Control. It is on the 3.5 Eco boosts with the Sony HD Radio. Tries to mask the V6 sound like a V8 but adds a lot of static. There is a thread on disabling it by pulling 4 wires but I have also read it can be done with FORscan.
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Old 07-29-2016, 11:03 AM
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Thanks for the update. ANC is Active Noise Control. It is on the 3.5 Eco boosts with the Sony HD Radio. Tries to mask the V6 sound like a V8 but adds a lot of static. There is a thread on disabling it by pulling 4 wires but I have also read it can be done with FORscan.
If you're talking about the fake engine noise, it's in the ACM module
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