Battery Energy Control Module (BECM) DTC P0B13 – 2013-2015 Ford C-Max & Fusion
April 15, 2016
2013-2015 C-Max PHEV and Fusion PHEV – Battery Energy Control Module (BECM) DTC P0B13
2013-2015 C-Max PHEV and Fusion PHEV vehicles can exhibit DTC P0B13 in the Battery Energy Control Module (BECM).
This DTC may set erroneously when connecting the vehicle to an electric vehicle charging station or charging cable.
To resolve this concern, reprogram the BECM to the latest calibration using release 95.02 and higher.
Make sure you are connected to the internet when entering module programming to obtain the latest updates.
Calibration files may also be obtained at www.motorcraftservice.com
If additional DTCs are present, refer to the appropriate workshop manual (WSM) pin point test and complete normal diagnosis after programming.
Software necessary to program electronic modules to the latest calibration level, perform module initialization (PATS), and set Programmable Parameters on Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles.
Ford Module Programming (FMP) is a software application that allows subscribers to program electronic modules on Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles. It can be used for:
- Reprogramming emission-related (OBDII) modules on some vehicles manufactured in 1995 and all vehicles manufactured from 1996 to the present
- Reprogramming or reconfiguring non-emission-related modules on many vehicles (UBP and MS-CAN not supported)
In addition, module initialization (PATS) functions such as Keycode Erase/Reprogram and PCM Parameter Reset can be done using this application.
J2534 Device using Ford Module Programming (FMP) can Reprogram and Configure most Modules.
Latest Calibration Information
Module Build Data (As-Built)
Use VIN to obtain As-Built data