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GEN 1 Recall 19S07: 2011-2013 powertrain control module

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Recalls | TSB's | SSM's' started by bigrig, Feb 13, 2019.

  1. Pyro3601

    Pyro3601 FRF Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    I think this is worse then mechanical .This is them changing software/programming related things. It's bad when they do a shoddy part install .But a guy really can't see what's done with computer stuff .
    I'm Leary to get mine done. But then there's the what if?
     
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    This is all related to the transmission recall for
    molded lead frame connector
    and,
    TSB 13-6-8
    and,
    reprogram of PCM
    I went thru this several months back and posted on a different tread

    This was my experience:

    I took it in to the FORD Dealer and they reprogramed the PCM aka transmission shift points.
    The reprogram was for the recall only.
    I ask about replacing the molded lead frame & quoted the TSB 13-6-8
    Service guy said, We will do that if you have a code appear for the OSS.
    I said, But some times it happens and doesn't code.
    Service guy said, If it codes, then bring it in. We need to print out what we see.
    Then, we will replace molded lead frame and send the old one to FORD along with printout, so that we can get credit.
    Without a printout, we cannot replace under warranty.
    He said, You have a warranty on the molded lead frame for 10yrs or 150k miles, which ever occurs 1st.
    I finally saw the wrench appear today, so I believe it finally coded. Now, I need to make an appointment.
    I should know in another few days, depending when they schedule me in.
    I was happy to here of the warranty on that replacement.
    I bought the truck at the same Dealership that I had the work done.
    The Dealership replaced molded lead frame connector, oil, oil filter, gaskets, & reprogrammed PCM
    I have had zero problems since
    That was back in November 7th thru 11th 2018
    Search TSB 13-6-8 to see thread at last page
     
  3. Five-O Donut Hole

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    Just got my letter from Ford today....
     
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    Reprogramming done Tuesday and it did not change anything negatively for drivability
     
  5. Trick.Raptor

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    Same here, it's in today's mail. I had the leadframe module replaced on mine under warranty and thought the two may be the same. It doesn't appear to be the case though so I will have my dealer take a look.


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    Leadframe module is not included on this one. I paid to have it done out of warranty and wishing they were linked so I could get paid back for a very expensive repair.
     
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    I have a 2012 with the Roush Stage 2 supercharger kit. The dealer told me that the new pcm update will effect the Roush tune. They basically told me to call Roush. Anyone else have any experience with this?
     
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    I reapplied my SVC Revision 4 Tune. I'll reply back if I have any issues. Based on feedback from the author of the tune, reapplying it shouldn't have undone any safety related transmission programming updates from the recall.

    I dearly missed the raised speed limiter and better shift patterns and firmness. Hope all remains well.

    I'll also note that the tune reverted my ECU Strategy and SWPN back to what it was before the recall was applied. I did re-save the stock tune and export it to my laptop and the file was bigger than the previous stock tune file that I'd exported. Granted, I did specifically ask @svc about any safety related changes being undone and they said there should be no issues.
     
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    How can you check date of mfg and where?

    Just got my letter this past wk and working to get an appt now.
     
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    checking mine now
     

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