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SYNC / Re: Updating SYNC with new maps and new highway exit numbers
« Last post by Peetah75 on Today at 07:19:46 AM »
Hi Ta2dResqr,   Just saw your reply.  You are correct, that A12 is the correct card for my SHO. $149 from Ford and $80 on ebay.  However I spoke with a rep who said the latest version does not have the Massachusetts updates, and did not know when Ford would update them.   Other than that I love my 2013 SHO. what year is yours? Thanks again for the reply.   
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Maintenance and Troubleshooting / Re: Terrain Management System Fault - wrench light
« Last post by EcoHell on September 24, 2021, 08:17:28 PM »
All I can do is laugh at my predicament on the low voltage issue mentioned earlier.  I did purchase a high output alternator (Singer) shortly after my last post above.  Everything was working out great.. I left for NY this past Sunday from FL.  I drove straight through with no issues with EcoHell.  On Tuesday, I had to go to my other house which is about 45 minutes away.  In the middle of the drive, the damn Wrench Light came back on with the same issue(s) as described before.  Let's just say I was fuming, given the money I had spent while in FL.  While I was driving, I was thinking what it could be.. could it be the high output alternator took a s***, killing my new battery.  There was only two things plugged into the vehicle 1) USB cord charging my cell phone and 2) my node plugged into the 110 outlet in the 2nd row. 


While driving I unplugged both.


I made it to my other house.  I checked the battery with a voltmeter.  Battery was perfect..alternator was performing perfectly as well.  Then it hit me.. 


When I purchased EcoHell, I began modding at 700 miles.  One of those mods was...wait for it....the Pedal Commander.  There were other issues associated with this product, so I turned it off, but it remained connected. 


Took me all but 5 minutes to remove it and reconnect the stock connectors,  So, let's reflect a little.. purchased a brand new AGM battery and a high output alternator (over $1000), when it turned out to be the Pedal Commander causing the problem in the first place.  If it happens again..EcoHell may be traded in.. LOL. 


Anyhoot, my next mod is removing the roof rails.  Stay tuned for pics...


Also, did you guys receive the latest issues with our Sport?  Received in the mail there is an issue with the cooling fan...jeeezzz
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General Discussion / Re: Intermittent stutter under load
« Last post by bubbarotondo21 on September 24, 2021, 08:10:42 PM »
any codes?  please post at least one representative datalog for forum members to analyze. or load it up on a spreadsheet site on the web and post a link here.

common issues include c clips coming loose on the wastegates as well as the diaphragm tearing in the blowoff valves. also hoses coming off the solenoid atop the manifod.

doesn't hurt to make sure the tps, the IAT and MAP sensors are clean, and that the intercooler is not gunked up.


I have a real short data log from about 2 months ago that catches it happening that I will attach. No codes that I have seen so far, i havent checked the wastegates yet but the hoses on my solenoid are on good and not rotted, from what I can tell IAT and MAP look ok. How can i go about checking my intercooler?
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Troubleshooting / Re: SHO low fuel pressure help
« Last post by ridered74 on September 24, 2021, 11:13:01 AM »
Maybe the fuel pressure sensor that is under the intake manifold? I've heard of a few people having to replace that. Don't remember what their symptoms were tho.
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Maintenance and Troubleshooting / Re: Is this the proper adapter?
« Last post by LMKS012 on September 23, 2021, 07:43:28 PM »
Now, I *COULD* just get an extra master cylinder cap and cut a hole for the adapter inside the ARES 18002 adapter and it may work, but my concern is that the cap being modified will weaken it structurally to the point where it won't hold pressure, which would make it useless.

All of the rest of the "adapters" are much beefier in construction as they are designed to hold pressure.
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Lighting / Re: HID preference
« Last post by Ta2dResqr on September 23, 2021, 03:21:43 PM »
Hey, did you ever upgrade your HID's?

I have a 2016 as well .... blacked out headlamp covers, making brightness even worse with stock HID.

I was looking at the OSRAM Xenarc 66340 Night Breaker Laser bulbs, now mind you, they are only 4200k as well, but they by far were the highest / brightest of the bunch tested at 25 ft for lumens ....I'm looking for more illumination so I can see down the road better, not necessarily blue light color....

https://www.headlightrevolution.com/d3s-osram-xenarc-66340-nightbreaker-laser-B-66340XNL_2?quantity=1

If you upgraded, let me know what you did and how you like them ...

Thanks!

Those are the bulbs that I am using and I love them. I would also suggest putting clear headlights in. Obviously, you are experiencing the reason they aren't blacked out from the factory.
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Troubleshooting / Re: Speedometer stopped working/not shifting
« Last post by SHOdded on September 23, 2021, 02:58:00 PM »
how many miles on your SHO?

would check the connectors at the solenoid body assembly and at the PCM, verify they are clean and tight, put a dab of dielectric grease in there when reassembling.

there should be a fuse for the TCM, check to make sure it is not contaminated.
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General Discussion / Re: My new ST
« Last post by SHOdded on September 23, 2021, 02:41:14 PM »
Congrats!
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Troubleshooting / Re: 2015 Fusion 2.0
« Last post by SHOdded on September 23, 2021, 02:40:39 PM »
p0012 is more likely something to do with timing. whether it is VCT solenoids or cam position sensor or phasers/timing chain, etc.

which ecoboost engine do you have in it? 2.0 or ...?

https://www.obd-codes.com/p0012

you can look up relevant recalls and TSBs on nhtsa.gov.
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General Discussion / Re: PTU going bad
« Last post by SHOdded on September 23, 2021, 02:31:01 PM »
how goes it?

removing the driveshaft is possible and safe.  it will at least save the RDU, but as noted above, the PTU is still putting a monkey wrench in the works.  so if you elect to do this, drive conservatively until such time you can replace the PTU. if it is going to be months out, changing the fluid frequently may help ... or not.
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