Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: South Alabama
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REASON FOR THIS PROGRAM
Some of the affected vehicles may exhibit drivability concerns, including elevated idle speed during
Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) regeneration, minor cruise control speed fluctuation, automatic
transmission shift quality, and a false Check Engine Indicator Light. In addition, some customers
have advised Ford they would like to know when their vehicle is regenerating the DPF.
Job #1 through August 2, 2007
Message Center Updates: Engine Warming,
Drive to Clean Exhaust, Cleaning Exhaust
Filter (continuous display), Exhaust Filter
Drive Complete, and Stop Safely Now
August 3, 2007 through January 2, 2008
Message Center Updates: Drive to Clean
Exhaust, Cleaning Exhaust Filter (continuous
display), and Exhaust Filter Drive Complete
January 3, 2008 through September 15, 2008
Message Center Update: Cleaning Exhaust
Filter (continuous display)
1. Verify that the Integrated Diagnostic System (IDS) is updated to software release
57.6 or later.
2. Reprogram the PCM/TCM by selecting Module reprogramming PCM to the latest calibration using IDS release 57.6 or later. Portable Diagnostic Software (PDS) cannot be used. When reprogramming the PCM on automatic transmission equipped vehicles the TCM will also automatically be reprogrammed to the latest level.
3. Reprogram the IC by selecting Module Reprogramming IC to the latest calibration using the same IDS release (some vehicles may already have the latest IC program installed).