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Programming Tutorial for Ford Fiesta 1.6 Ecu Programming-Pats / Key Programming

FORD FIESTA ECU PROGRAMMING

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Programming Tutorial for Ford Fiesta 1.6 Ecu Programming-Pats/key Programming

ECU PROGRAMMING – WHEN REPLACING THE ECU YOU MUS PERFORM THIS PROCEDURE.

(You need an scan tool to do the ECU Programming)


ECU PROGRAMMING

Programmable Module Installation (PMI) Using the Integrated Diagnostic System (IDS) When the Original Module is Available.

NOTE: Following module installation, some modules require a separate procedure be carried out. For instructions, refer to the specific module removal and installation procedures.

1.Connect the IDS and identify the vehicle as normal.

2.From the Toolbox icon, select Module Programming and press the check mark.

3.Select Programmable Module Installation.

4.Select the module that is being replaced.

5.Follow the on-screen instructions, turn the ignition key to the OFF position, and press the check mark.

6.Install the new module and press the check mark.

7.Follow the on-screen instructions, turn the ignition key to the ON position, and press the check mark.

8.The IDS downloads the data into the new module and displays Module Configuration Complete.

9.Test module for correct operation.

 

Programmable Module Installation (PMI) Using the Integrated Diagnostic System (IDS) When the Original Module is NOT Available

NOTE: Following module installation, some modules require a separate procedure be carried out. For instructions, refer to the specific module removal and installation procedures.

1.Install the new module.

2.Connect the IDS and identify the vehicle as normal.

3.From the Toolbox icon, select Module Programming and press the check mark.

4.Select Programmable Module Installation.

5.Select the module that was replaced.

6.Follow the on-screen instructions, turn the ignition key to the OFF position, and press the check mark.

7.Follow the on-screen instructions, turn the ignition key to the ON position, and press the check mark.

8.If the data is not available, the IDS displays a screen stating to contact the As-Built Data Center. Retrieve the data from the technician service publication website at this time and press the check mark.

9.Enter the module data and press the check mark.

10.The IDS downloads the data into the new module and displays Module Configuration Complete.

11.Test module for correct operation.


KEY PROGRAMMING

Without Intelligent Access (IA)

NOTE: Program a minimum of 2 keys into the vehicle.

NOTE: This procedure only programs the Passive Anti-Theft System (PATS) portion of the key into the Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC). It does not program the Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) Transmitter Identification Code (TIC) into the Body Control Module (BCM).

1.Turn the key from the OFF position to the RUN position.

2.From the scan tool, enter TOOLBOX. Select Body>Security>PATS Functions and follow the Integrated Diagnostic System (IDS) on-screen instructions to Enter PATS (Passive Anti-Theft System) security access.

3.NOTE: A maximum of 8 keys can be programmed into the vehicle. From the scan tool menu, select the appropriate key programming procedure and follow the on-screen instructions to program the Passive Anti-Theft System (PATS) portion of the key(s).

4.Disconnect the scan tool.

5.Refer to Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) Transmitter Programming in Doors, Hood and Trunk &/or Locks to program the RKE (Remote Keyless Entry) portion of the key.

With Intelligent Access (IA)

NOTE: Program a minimum of 2 keys into the vehicle.

NOTE: This procedure programs the Passive Anti-Theft System (PATS) and Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) portions of the key into the Remote Function Actuator (RFA) module.

NOTE: To Enter PATS (Passive Anti-Theft System) security access if no programmed Intelligent Access (IA) keys are available, start a vehicle session using a tear tag or PCM part number. Refer to Inspection and Verification in Information Bus to start a session See: Powertrain Management/Computers and Control Systems/Information Bus/Testing and Inspection/Initial Inspection and Diagnostic Overview/Inspection and Verification. PATS (Passive Anti-Theft System) security access can still be granted even with the ignition off.

1.From the scan tool, enter TOOLBOX. Select Body>Security>PATS Functions Functions and follow the Integrated Diagnostic System (IDS) on-screen instructions to Enter PATS (Passive Anti-Theft System) security access.

NOTE: A maximum of 8 keys can be programmed into the vehicle. From the scan tool menu, select the appropriate key programming procedure and follow the on-screen instructions to program the IA (Intelligent Access) key(s).

 

NOTE: THIS TUTORIAL FOR ADVANCE MECHANIC.

 

 

 

 

 

Things to do when replacing new ECU (Computer box) on Kia Sorento

Things to do when replacing new ECU (Computer box) on Kia Sorento procedure

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Things to do when replacing new ECU (Computer box) on Kia Sorento

Things to do when replacing new ECU (Computer box) on Kia Sorento procedure

REMOVAL:

When replacing the ECM, the vehicle equipped with the immobilizer must be performed procedure as below.

[In the case of installing used ECM]

1) Perform “ECM Neutral mode” procedure using Obd Diagnostic tools (Recomended: Launch X431 pro).

2) After finishing “ECM Neutral mode”, perform “Key teaching” procedure with Obd Diagnostic tools (Recomended: Launch X431 pro).

[In the case of installing new ECM]

Perform “Key teaching” procedure using Obd Diagnostic tools.

3.Done

 

When replacing the ECM, the vehicle equipped with the smart key system (Button start) must be performed procedure as below.

[In the case of installing used ECM]

1) Perform “ECM Neutral mode” procedure with Obd Diagnostic tools (Recomended: Launch X431 pro).

2) After finishing “ECM Neutral mode”, insert the key (or press the start button) and turn it to the IGN ON and OFF position. Then the ECM learns the smart key information automatically.

3.Done

[In the case of installing new ECM]

Insert the key (or press the start button) and turn it to the IGN ON and OFF position. Then the ECM learns the smart key information automatically.

1.Turn ignition switch OFF and disconnect the negative (-) battery cable.

2.Disconnect the ECM Connector (A).

Things to do when replacing new ECU (Computer box) on Kia Sorento

3.Remove the battery .

4.Remove the mounting bolts (A) and nut (B), and then remove the ECM assembly (C).

Things to do when replacing new ECU (Computer box) on Kia Sorento GUIDE

5.Remove the installation nuts (A), and then remove the ECM (B) from the bracket.

 

 

INSTALLATION:

When replacing the ECM, the vehicle equipped with the immobilizer must be performed procedure as below.

[In the case of installing used ECM]

1) Perform “ECM Neutral mode” procedure with Obd Diagnostic tools (Recomended: Launch X431 pro).

2) After finishing “ECM Neutral mode”, perform “Key teaching” procedure with Obd Diagnostic tools (Recomended: Launch X431 pro).

[In the case of installing new ECM]

Perform “Key teaching” procedure with Obd Diagnostic tools ((Recomended: Launch X431 pro).

When replacing the ECM, the vehicle equipped with the smart key system (Button start) must be performed procedure as below.

[In the case of installing used ECM]

1) Perform “ECM Neutral mode” procedure with Obd Diagnostic tools (Recomended: Launch X431 pro).

2) After finishing “ECM Neutral mode”, insert the key (or press the start button) and turn it to the IGN ON and OFF position. Then the ECM learns the smart key information automatically.

[In the case of installing new ECM]

Insert the key (or press the start button) and turn it to the IGN ON and OFF position. Then the ECM learns the smart key information automatically.

1.Installation is reverse of removal.

ECM installation nut: 9.8 – 11.8 N.m (1.0 – 1.2 kgf.m,7.2 – 8.7 lb-ft) ECM bracket installation bolt/nut: 9.8 – 11.8 N.m (1.0 – 1.2 kgf.m,7.2 – 8.7 lb-ft)