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  • 2017 bought with Roush tune. Having issues left and right (including phasers), wanting to remove tune. PCM/TCM is locked, so dealer cannot flash to factory. I do not have the original tuner. Roush says they can walk dealer through process to unlock, but they said no. Tune shop said dealer is the only one with factory settings. Can I do this myself? What would I need and how difficult would it be?
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne
    You’re basically stuck without the original tuning device that is married to the truck. The dealer can attempt a key-off session to try and reflash it back to stock, but I’m sure they’re concerned (rightfully so) that if it fails it may brick the PCM, and they don’t want that responsibility.
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne
    If you can convince them to do it (or any other dealer) have them reference General Service Bulletin (GSB) 21-7122 on PTS for programming instructions.
    swirly
    swirly
    That’s what I was afraid of. There is another dealership near me that is an authorized Roush dealer. I’m hoping they will be more apt to help me. Didn’t want to spend $2,000 for new modules if I could find a work around. Thank you for the response.
    Hello FordTech One couldn't post more than 420 characters on here so I left out the intro lol but here it is
    2014 Raptor it cranks but won't start. I swapped out some relays and it start back up but a day later same thing happened swapped same relays and it started again then I took it to the shop to see if they could look at it and find the issue but of course it started up every time they tried so they could find anything wrong with it so I picked it up drove it home parked it and not even an hour later it wouldnt start
    20RAPTOR14
    20RAPTOR14
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    FleetManagerJohn
    FleetManagerJohn
    Fuse 27 is fuel pump so will crank fine but no start no codes. I cleaned the fuse block contact points with a toothpick, installed new 20A mini-fuse truck is fine now. Old fuse was heat damaged but not blown. Charred plastic from fuse body had plated out on to contact blades breaking circuit.
    20RAPTOR14
    20RAPTOR14
    Thanks for the info! I just found out it is fuse 27 so I got the relocation kit and installed is Raptor is up and running thanks for all the info!
    Hey - hoping to pick your brain. Hit a "check 4x4" snag, stuck in 4H, managed to switch to 2H after a battery reset and cleaning the transfer case motor. Ford dealer found codes P1853, P1867; confirmed good continuity, voltage, grounds from TCCM to transfer case motor, and all fuses okay. Tried an OEM motor replacement on a mechanic's advice, but no fix. Now advised to replace the transfer case.
    T
    Tonito de leon
    I’m thinking if it’s solenoid but I really don’t know
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne

    • P1853:00 — Transfer Case Contact Plate 'B' Short Circuit to Ground: No Sub Type Information
    Fault sets when TCCM C2371A pin 2 detects a short to ground. Shift motor moves are prevented when this DTC is set. The TCCM will not complete mode change if a change in shift motor position is required.
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne
    Ok here’s the definition, it’s an electrical DTC, meaning it’s likely a wiring/pin issue between the TCCM and the Shift motor. Transfer case replacement will not resolve a shift motor position electrical DTC. It sounds like they need to double check the harness, I would suggest running a pin-to-pin overlay of circuit CCF15 then re-evaluate.
    Sir, I need your help. I inadvertently ran down a nearly new Odyssey battery to between 4 and 5 volts. The battery has recovered nicely, but as soon as I start the truck there is clicking sound from the passenger foot well - the blend door, I believe. It did this only briefly and intermittently before, but now it clicks continuously. Is there a way to reset the system? Disconnect the battery, maybe?
    Russ
    Ruger
    Ruger
    I meant to PM you rather than post here. I apologize. If you would kindly PM me there is more to tell about this, but the word count limits here are restrictive. Thanks!
    Hey brotha! Eibachs for a gen 3 37pp 2022 go or no?
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne
    I’m not a fan of modifications, so I’ll always say no to that question.
    nicewaptor
    nicewaptor
    Thanks man! Any specific reason or just personal?
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne
    Working in the industry I’ve just seen far too many issues caused by aftermarket parts and modifications.
    Hello FordTechOne - 2020 Raptor and I asked dealer to do an alignment. Everything is in the green, they back it off the lift and begin to do a test drive. They don't even get out of the parking lot and the steering wheel re-adjusts left or right of center while the truck is tracking straight. After the 6th or 7th try today, they gave up. I would be grateful for any thoughts or guidance. Thanks.
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne
    Hi, it sounds like they’re not getting the camber bolts properly torqued. Is the truck modified? Spec is 258 on-ft. If they shift, it throws the entire alignment off.
    cmcpolo
    cmcpolo
    Thanks. Truck is bone stock. I plan to have a chat with the master tech tomorrow. Good to have the info. Thanks again
    cmcpolo
    cmcpolo
    Ended up being an out of calibration Hunter alignment rack
    Good morning sir. I have a 2018 Raptor and started hearing the rattle can sound from the front right of the vehicle at WOT which led me to the IWE discussions in all the threads. However, when in 4A it still makes the noise at WOT. Could you point me in the right direction as to what this could be? I did install the COBB ECU/TCM tune recently but I'm not sure that would have led to this.
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne
    If the charge piping is all properly connected and it’s still not building boost, I would recommend pulling all DTCs and doing a visual inspection of the turbos.
    M
    mpilki0145
    It hasn't had any DTC's at all. Thats kinda throwing me for a loop.
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne
    Sometimes P0299 will not set right away, so definitely start with a visual inspection
    Hello, quick question. I've seen you're very knowledgeable about these trucks. I replaced both of the front wheel bearings on my '19 and didn't realize that you had to have vacuum on the IWE before placing the new ones in. I've driven the truck for roughly 100 miles after install and haven't had any sensors/codes pop up. Am I going to royally mess something up if I installed the bearings without vacuum applied?
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne
    If they’re engaging/disengaging properly without any noise you may be fine, just a matter of luck really.
    Hello, I was wondering what your thoughts are on SDI’s Front buckets. They provide a combination of 10mm preload (3/4” preload suspension travel) and 11mm of spacer built into the tophat. I installed these on my 2022 35 Raptor but am now questioning it after I read that tophat spacers will mess up the “geometry” of the trucks suspension and will lead to all sorts of other issues. What’s your take on this?
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