Safety Recall 22S17 Reprogram Integrated Trailer Relay Module (TRM) – 2021-2022 Ford & Lincoln

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March 25, 2022 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 22V193000

Trailer Brakes May Fail

Loss of trailer brake functionality could result in extended stopping distance, increasing the risk of a crash.

 

NHTSA Campaign Number: 22V193000

Manufacturer Ford Motor Company

Components ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Potential Number of Units Affected 391,836

 

Summary

Ford Motor Company (Ford) is recalling certain 2021-2022 F-150, 2022 Maverick, Expedition, Lincoln Navigator, F-250, F-350, F-450, and F-550 vehicles. Due to a software error, a towed trailer equipped with an electric or electric-over hydraulic brake system may not brake.

 

Remedy

Dealers will update the integrated trailer brake control module software, free of charge. Owner notification letters were mailed April 22, 2022. Owners may contact Ford customer service at 1-866-436-7332. Ford’s number for this recall is 22S17.

 

Notes

Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.nhtsa.gov.

 

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August 24, 2022

NEW VEHICLE DEMONSTRATION / DELIVERY HOLD
Safety Recall 22S17 Supplement # 2
Certain 2021- 2022 Model Year F-150, 2022 Model Year, Expedition, Navigator,
Maverick, and Super Duty Vehicles
Reprogram Integrated Trailer Relay Module (TRM)

REASON FOR THIS SUPPLEMENT

  • Attachment III: Technical Instructions Module Programming

 

AFFECTED VEHICLES

Vehicle Model Year Assembly Plant Build Dates
Expedition 2022 KTP April 15, 2021 through February 10, 2022
F-150 2021 DTP January 8, 2020 through November 22, 2021
F-150 2022 DTP September 14, 2021 through February 16, 2022
F-150 2021  KCAP February 12, 2020 through December 20, 2021
F-150 2022  KCAP October 13, 2021 through February 15, 2022
Maverick 2022 HSAP February 3, 2021 through February 22, 2022
Navigator 2022 KTP April 15, 2021 through February 10, 2022
Super Duty 2022 KTP December 2, 2020 through February 15, 2022

Affected vehicles are identified in OASIS and FSA VIN Lists.

 

REASON FOR THIS SAFETY RECALL

In all of the affected vehicles, the trailer brake controller may not properly apply the trailer brakes when towing a trailer equipped with an electric or electric-over-hydraulic brake system.  This may result in no trailer brake function while driving, loss of trailer brakes, and extended stopping distances, increasing the risk of a crash.

 

SERVICE ACTION

Before demonstrating or delivering any new in-stock vehicles involved in this recall, dealers are to reprogram the trailer relay module (TRM) for 2021MY F-150 Only – If DTC U0140:82 is present after the TRM software update. Program GWM, TCU, APIM, IPMA (and the 12” IPC – if equipped) until there are no remaining updates for those modules. with the latest level software. This service must be performed on all affected vehicles at no charge to the vehicle owner.

 

OWNER NOTIFICATION AND MAILING SCHEDULE

Owner letters were mailed the week of April 18, 2022. Dealers should repair any affected vehicles that arrive at their dealerships, whether or not the customer has received a letter.

PLEASE NOTE:

Federal law requires dealers to complete this recall service before a new vehicle is delivered to the buyer or lessee. Violation of this requirement by a dealer could result in a civil penalty of up to $21,000 per vehicle. Correct all vehicles in your new vehicle inventory before delivery.

 

Over The Air (OTA) Updates (Ford Power-Up/Lincoln Way):

  • In addition to your dealer being able to update vehicles now using FDRS, Ford currently deploy the software update via OTA.
  • Before scheduling service for an OTA-capable vehicle, please verify through PTS that the FSA is still open (OASIS) and has not already received the OTA update.
    1. Verify FSA is still open by viewing the “Outstanding Field Service Actions” on the OASIS results page on PTS. (Note: If the OTA update was recently downloaded onto vehicle the FSA may still show as open)
    2. If the FSA is still open in the Outstanding Field Service Actions section, proceed to the tab titled “Connected Vehicle”. In the “Over The Air Update 60 Day History”, you can determine if an OTA update occurred on the affected module by viewing the

“Completion Status”, which should show “Campaign Successful”. The “Release Notes” will also indicate that the campaign was successfully downloaded onto the vehicle. (Note: the FSA may still show as open in the Outstanding Field Service Actions section of PTS even though the OTA update was successfully downloaded onto the vehicle. This FSA will eventually be removed from the Outstanding Field Service Actions screen of PTS.)

 

SOLD VEHICLES

  • Ford has not issued instructions to stop selling/delivering or driving used vehicles under this safety Owners should contact their dealer for an appointment to have their vehicles remedied as soon as practicable. Owners can continue to safely drive their vehicles.
  • Immediately contact any of your affected customers whose vehicles are not on your VIN list but are identified in OASIS. Give the customer a copy of the Owner Notification Letter (when available) and schedule a service date.
  • Correct other affected vehicles identified in OASIS which are brought to your dealership.
  • Dealers are to prioritize repairs of customer vehicles over repairs of new and used vehicle inventory.

 

STOCK VEHICLES

  • Correct all affected units in your new vehicle inventory before delivery.
  • Use OASIS to identify any affected vehicles in your used vehicle inventory.

 

DEALER-OPERATED RENTAL VEHICLES

The Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act law effective June 2016 prohibits a rental company from selling, renting, or leasing vehicles subject to a safety or compliance recall. Please consult your legal counsel for legal advice.

 

TITLE BRANDED / SALVAGED VEHICLES

Affected title branded and salvaged vehicles are eligible for this recall.

 

OWNER REFUNDS

  • This safety recall must still be performed, even if the owner has paid for a previous repair. Claiming a refund will not close the recall on the vehicle.
  • Ford Motor Company is offering a refund for owner-paid repairs covered by this recall if the repair was performed prior to the date indicated in the reimbursement plan, which is posted with this bulletin. Owners are directed to seek reimbursement through authorized dealers or, at their option, directly through Ford Motor Company at P.O. Box 6251, Dearborn, MI 481216251.
  • Dealers are also pre-approved to refund owner-paid emergency repairs that were performed away from an authorized servicing dealer after the end date specified in the reimbursement plan. Non-covered repairs, or those judged by Ford to be excessive, will not be reimbursed.
  • Refunds will only be provided for the cost associated with reprogramming integrated trailer brake control module.

 

RENTAL VEHICLES 

Rental vehicles are not approved for this program.

 

LINCOLN PICKUP AND DELIVERY

Owners of 2017 MY and newer Lincoln vehicles have the option of requesting pickup and delivery service with a Lincoln loaner (up to 2 days), from their dealership. For details, reference EFC08708, 2021 Lincoln Pickup & Delivery Updates.

 

PARTS REQUIREMENTS

Parts are not required to complete this repair.

 


CERTAIN 2021-2022 MODEL YEAR F-150, SUPER-DUTY, EXPEDITION, NAVIGATOR, AND 2022 MODEL YEAR MAVERICK VEHICLES  — INTEGRATED TRAILER RELAY MODULE

 

SERVICE PROCEDURE

Module Programming

NOTE:  Program appropriate vehicle modules before performing diagnostics and clear all Diagnostic

Trouble Codes (DTCs) after programming. For DTCs generated after programming, follow normal diagnostic service procedures.

1. Connect a battery charger to the 12V battery.

NOTE:  Verify that the negative cable of the charger is installed on a chassis or engine ground, and not   the 12 volt battery negative terminal to prevent the battery saver mode from activating on the vehicle.

NOTE:  If the diagnostic software does not load or if the vehicle cannot be identified properly, make sure there is a good internet connection and the Vehicle Control Module (VCM) is properly connected to the Data Link Connector (DLC).

2. Log into Ford Diagnostic and Repair System (FDRS). Ensure FDRS is updated to latest version.

NOTE:  Vehicle information is automatically retrieved by the diagnostic software and a Network Test is run. Vehicle identification data appears on the screen when this is complete.

3. Click ‘Read VIN from Vehicle‘ or manually enter the VIN.

NOTE:  Available modules are shown on the LH side of the screen, and available procedures are listed on the RH side of the screen.  Modules that are communicating are highlighted in green.

4. Select Toolbox tab.

5. From the list on the LH side of the screen, select the TRM.

6. From the list on the RH side of the screen, select TRM – Integrated Trailer Relay Module (TRM) Software Update.

7. Click RUN.  Follow all on-screen instructions carefully.

8. Disconnect the battery charger from the 12V battery once the programming has completed.

9. If Brake Assist message is displayed after TRM reprogramming, vehicle will need to be driven to clear message.

NOTE:  Vehicle will need to be driven at least 1 mile (2KM) at 40 MPH (64 KPH).

10. Run the self-test to look for DTCs. Was DTC U0140:82 found in the TRM?

No – Recall is complete.

Yes – Continue to Step 11 for 2021 F-150 vehicles only.

For 2021 F-150 ONLY if DTC U0140:82 is present.

11. Check the vehicle’s State Of Charge Parameter Identification Data (PID) by performing the following:

  • Launch the Ford Diagnostic and Repair System (FDRS) and navigate to toolbox tab > datalogger > BCM and select BATT SOC PID.
  • Ensure that the BATT_SOC PID reads over 80%. If the PID is less than 80%, fully recharge the vehicle’s 12-volt battery using the appropriate Rotunda battery tester and charger.
  • Remove the charger from the vehicle and using FDRS, navigate to toolbox tab > BCM > Reset Battery.
  • Monitor Sensor Learned Values application. Perform the BMS reset.
  • Connect the Rotunda battery tester and charger  and set it to maintain 12.6 to 13.6 volts. Monitor the voltage real time using the indicator at the bottom right corner of FDRS to ensure that it is within this range.

NOTE: Verify that the negative cable of the charger is installed on a chassis or engine ground, and not   the 12 volt battery negative terminal to prevent the battery saver mode from activating on the   vehicle.

NOTE: If the diagnostic software does not load or if the vehicle cannot be identified properly, make sure there is a good internet connection and the Vehicle Communication Module (VCM) is properly connected to the Data Link Connector (DLC).

NOTE: VCM 3 is recommended for improved data download time.

12. Log into Ford Diagnostic and Repair System (FDRS). Ensure FDRS is updated to the latest version at 31.6.7 or higher.

NOTE: A 32GB or larger USB flash drive is required for APIM, TCU, and GWM software updates. Make sure the USB flash drive being used is formatted correctly. To see the available drives, hold down the Windows icon keyboard key and press the E keyboard key. Right click on the USB flash drive and select Properties. If File System under the General tab is not exFAT, the drive must be formatted. To format the USB flash drive, right click on the USB flash drive, select Format, select exFAT for the File System, and select Default Allocation Size for the Allocation Unit Size. De-selecting Quick Format is not necessary and will result in a lengthier operation.

NOTE: Once USB flash drive contains the initial files, future file updates using the USB flash drive will require less time.

NOTE: The USB drive does not have to be formatted between vehicles if you are performing the same program.

13. Start a new FDRS session.

NOTE: Vehicle information is automatically retrieved by the diagnostic software and a Network Test is run. Vehicle identification data appears on the screen when this is complete.

14. Select Toolbox tab.

STEPS 15 THROUGH 20 WILL BE USED MULTIPLE TIMES DURING STEPS 21 THROUGH 28.

15. Select Software Updates tab to see updates available.

16. Select the module from the Module Programming Sequence section below starting at Step 21.

17. When prompted by the FDRS, connect the USB flash drive to the personal computer (PC).

18. When prompted by the FDRS, safely remove/eject the USB flash drive from the PC, turn the vehicle to Key On Engine Running (KOER), and connect the USB to the media hub to install the software update. The update starts automatically and may take 10 minutes or longer to complete.

NOTE: It may take up to 5 minutes for the vehicle to recognize the USB flash drive with software update.

19. For APIM, TCU, and GWM USB software updates when SYNC touchscreen prompts to restart the vehicle:

  • Turn the vehicle OFF.
  • Open the driver door.
  • Wait ten minutes to allow the vehicle to power down.
  • Close the driver’s door.
  • Turn the vehicle to KOER.

20. Leave the USB drive inserted into the vehicle, until the vehicles infotainment display screen states programming successful.

NOTE: It may take up to 5 minutes before SYNC touchscreen displays Update Successful pop up. After 5 minutes if “Successful” pop up is not shown on SYNC touchscreen, remove the USB and select YES on the FDRS “Was the USB Update Successful” prompt (FDRS verifies if the module software update was successfully installed on the module).

NOTE: Repeat Steps 15-20 (while performing Steps 21-28) until no more software updates are available for modules covered in Steps 21-28.

 

MODULE PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE

IMPORTANT NOTE: Modules need to be programmed in exactly the order as listed below (some are repeated) unless there is no update available. Module updates will vary per vehicle based on Ford Power-UP over-the-air (OTA) updates previously completed. Some modules may already be at the latest level.

21. Select GWM – Gateway Module (GWM) – software update.

  • See Steps 15-20.
  • Run application.
  • If no more software updates are available, move to the next module in the sequence.

NOTE:  If FSA 22B08 is open for this vehicle, perform that field action before proceeding.

 

22. Select TCU – Telematics Control Unit (TCU) – software update.

  • See Steps 15-20.
  • Run application.
  • If error message on SYNC display screen or no activity after 10 minutes.
  • See TSB 22-2150 – Module Recovery.
  • Retry TCU software update with same USB drive.

 

23. Select APIM – Accessory Protocol Interface Module (APIM/SYNC) – software update.

  • See Steps 15-20.
  • Run application.
  • Follow General Service Bulletin (GSB) 21-7088 – SYNC Programming, USB flash drive method.
  • If error message on SYNC display screen or no activity after 10 minutes.
  • See TSB 22-2150 – Module Recovery.
  • Retry APIM software update with same USB drive.

NOTE: Step 24 is a required step separate from Step 21. Please follow all steps exactly as written.

 

24. Select GWM – Gateway Module (GWM) – software update.

  • See Steps 15-20.
  • Run application.
  • If no update is available, move to the next module in the sequence.

 

25. Select APIM – Accessory Protocol Interface Module (APIM) – software update.

  • See Steps 15-20.
  • Run application.
  • If no update is available, move to the next module in the sequence.

 

26. Select TCU – Telematics Control Unit (TCU) – software update.

  • See Steps 15-20.
  • Run application.
  • If error message on SYNC display screen or no activity after 10 minutes.
  • See TSB 22-2150 – Module Recovery.
  • Retry TCU software update with same USB drive.

 

27. Select GWM – Gateway Module (GWM) – software update.

  • See Steps 15-20.
  • Run application.
  • If no update is available, move to the next module in the sequence.

 

28. Repeat steps 24,25, and 26 as many times as required until no more updates are available.

29. Select APIM – Accessory Protocol Interface Module (APIM/SYNC) – software update.

  • See Steps 15-20.
  • Run application.
  • Follow General Service Bulletin (GSB) 21-7088 – SYNC Programming, USB flash drive method.

 

30. Select IPMA – Image Processing Module A (IPMA) – software update.

  • Run application
  • Coordinated update of four modules.
  • Select OK if conditions are met to continue to next module including; Camera Module Rear (CMR),then Cruise Control Module (CCM) module, and then the Power Steering Control Module (PSCM).
  • Refer to TSB’s 22-2121 and 22-2109.
  • If error message on SYNC display screen or no activity after 10 minutes. See TSB 22-2150 – Module Recovery.
  • Retry APIM software update with same USB drive.

 

31. Perform the following procedures after updating:

  • FDRS IPMA Alignment
  • Appropriate FDRS camera alignment
  • Vehicles equipped with 360 degree camera, IPMA – 360 Degree View Camera Alignment
  • For all other vehicles, perform the IPMA – Pro Trailer Backup Assist Camera Alignment. This procedure should be performed on all vehicles without 360 degree cameras, even if the vehicle is not equipped with Pro Trailer Backing Assist (PTBA).

 

Important Information for Module Programming

NOTE:  When programming a module, use the following basic checks to ensure programming completes without errors.

  • Make sure the 12V battery is fully charged before carrying out the programming steps and connect FDRS/scan tool to a power source.

NOTE:  A good internet connection is necessary to identify the vehicle and to load the diagnostic software.

  • Inspect Vehicle Communication Module II (VCM IIeBay)/Vehicle Communication and Measurement Module (VCMM) and cables for any damage.  Make sure scan tool connections are not interrupted during programming.
  • A hardwired connection is strongly recommended.
  • Turn off all unnecessary accessories (radio, heated/cooled seats, headlamps, interior lamps, HVAC system, etc.) and close doors.
  • Disconnect/depower any aftermarket accessories (remote start, alarm, power inverter, CB radio, etc.).
  • Follow all scan tool on-screen instructions carefully.
  • Disable FDRS/scan tool sleep mode, screensaver, hibernation modes.
  • Create all sessions key on engine off (KOEO).  Starting the vehicle before creating a session will cause errors within the programming inhale process.

 

Recovering a module when programming has resulted in a blank module

a. Disconnect the VCMII or VCMM from the data link connector (DLC) and your PC.

b. After ten seconds, reconnect the VCMII/VCMM to the DLC and the PC.  Launch FDRS.  The VCMII/VCMM icon should turn green in the bottom right corner of the screen.  If it does not, troubleshoot the FDRS to VCM connection.

c. If you are using the same FDRS as the initial programming attempt, select the appropriate VIN from the Vehicle Identification menu.  If you are using a different FDRS, select “Read VIN from Vehicle” and proceed through the Network Test.

d. In the Toolbox menu, navigate to the failed module and Download/Run Programmable Module Installation (PMI). Follow the on-screen prompts.  When asked if the original module is installed, select “No” and continue through the installation application.

e. Once programming has completed, a screen may list additional steps required to complete the programming process.  Make sure all applicable steps are followed in order.

 


Chronology of Defect / Noncompliance Determination

Provide the chronology of events leading up to the defect decision or test data for the noncompliance decision.

September – December 2021 On September 16, 2021, Ford’s Critical Concern Review Group (CCRG) opened an investigation into reports of intermittent trailer brake controller (TBC) function on 2021 – 2022MY F-150 vehicles. Ford had identified customer reports of improperly functioning trailer brake control systems. NHTSA also contacted Ford regarding three VOQs alleging improper trailer brake controller function. Ford personnel inspected two complaint vehicles but could not duplicate the concern and were unable to identify whether the reports related to an issue with the TBC or with the quality of the trailer connection.

Ford obtained parts from additional complaint vehicles for inspection, though inspection of those returned parts found no anomalies relating to this concern. Ford inspected a complaint vehicle in Canada in December 2021. Parts from that complaint vehicle were returned and analyzed, with no anomalies found. Ford also continued to analyze field data and update NHTSA with the status of its investigation.

January – February 2022 Efforts were undertaken with the supplier to duplicate the concern on an exemplar unit. Transport Canada contacted Ford in January regarding reports they had received of inoperative trailer brakes on F-150 vehicles while driving. On February 8, 2022 the supplier reported to Ford that they experienced an improperly functioning TBC while driving an exemplar Super Duty vehicle. Supplier diagnostics identified a potential vulnerability between two instructions within the software where the processing does not complete as intended, resulting in the TBC brake output signal not being properly sent to the trailer while driving.

Further diagnostics found that the software concern identified on the Super Duty vehicle may also be present on the 2021-2022MY F-150 currently under investigation by CCRG. A stop-ship was authorized on February 12, 2022.

As of February 21, 2022, Ford identified 67 reports of improper TBC function potentially related to this concern. The first report occurred on April 5, 2021.

On March 18, 2022, Ford’s Field Review Committee reviewed the concern and approved a field action.

Ford is not aware of any reports of accident or injury related to this condition.

 


9 Affected Products

Vehicles

MAKE MODEL YEAR
FORD EXPEDITION 2022
FORD F-150 2021-2022
FORD F-250 SD 2022
FORD F-350 SD 2022
FORD F-450 SD 2022
FORD F-550 SD 2022
FORD MAVERICK 2022
LINCOLN NAVIGATOR 2022

 


13 Associated Documents

Recall Acknowledgement

RCAK-22V193-8704.pdf 645.372KB

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Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – Dealer Bulletin re NEW VEHICLE DEMONSTRATION / DELIVERY HOLD Safety Recall 22S17 Certain 2021- 2022 Model Year F-150, 2022 Model Year, Expedition, Navigator, Maverick and Super Duty Vehicles Reprogram Integrated Trailer Relay Module

RCMN-22V193-5123.pdf 218.355KB

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Miscellaneous Document – 573 Chronology of Defect / Noncompliance Determination

RMISC-22V193-2015.pdf 92.597KB

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Defect Notice 573 Report

RCLRPT-22V193-4241.PDF 215.741KB

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ISSUED Owner Notification Letter(Part 577)

RCONL-22V193-6182.pdf 52.806KB

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Miscellaneous Document – OTA Messaging re SYNC Notifications When Automatic Software Updates Are Turned OFF

RMISC-22V193-0263.pdf 610.753KB

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Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – NEW VEHICLE DEMONSTRATION / DELIVERY HOLD Safety Recall 22S17 Supplement # 1 Certain 2021- 2022 Model Year F-150, 2022 Model Year, Expedition, Navigator, Maverick, and Super Duty Vehicles Reprogram Integrated Trailer Relay Module (TRM)

RCMN-22V193-9808.pdf 275.694KB

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ISSUED Owner Notification Letter(Part 577)

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Recall Quarterly Report #1, 2022-2

RCLQRT-22V193-4001.PDF 211.137KB

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Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – Dealer Bulletin re CERTAIN 2021-2022 MODEL YEAR F-150, SUPER-DUTY, EXPEDITION, NAVIGATOR, AND 2022 MODEL YEAR MAVERICK VEHICLES — INTEGRATED TRAILER RELAY MODULE

RCMN-22V193-1869.pdf 282.967KB

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ISSUED Renotification Notice

RCRN-22V193-0436.pdf 549.64KB

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Recall Quarterly Report #2, 2022-3

RCLQRT-22V193-4387.PDF 211.239KB

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Recall Quarterly Report #3, 2022-4

RCLQRT-22V193-6344.PDF 211.331KB

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Latest Recalls Documents

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  • 【Wireless with advanced networking functions】Built-In Wireless with advanced networking functions and data storage. Fast performance ensures reprogramming even the newest controllers & Internet upgradable and updatable. Autel MaxiFlash Elite is compatiable with MaxiSYS MS908S, MaxiSYS MS908S Pro , MaxiSYS MS908CV, MaxiCOM MK908, MaxiCOM MK908 Pro, MaxiSYS Elite, MaxiSYS Elite II and Personal Computer
  • 【SAE J2534-1 & J2534-2 Standards】Autel MaxiFlash Elite J2534 is a fully compliant SAE J2534-1 & SAE J2534-2 (March 2006) device, which performs standard PassThru J2534 functionality: Compatible with for Toyota Techstream, Volvo VIDA, Honda HDS, Jaguar-Land Rover IDS and BMW 3G for OEM diagnostics. Autel MaxiFlash J2534 is also specially designed to provide users with P-C communication and ECU reprogramming capabilities on any modern vehicle diagnostic bus, reliability and flexibility.
  • 【Supports simultaneous communication Definition in J2534-1】Autel MaxiFlash Elite Reprogramming Device J2534 supports simultaneous communication definition in J2534-1, running 3 protocols at the same time, which greatly improves reprogramming and diagnostic speed. Embedded with the ARM9 Dual-core processor (clocked up to 500MHz), which further boosts the communicating speed.Rugged aluminum case with non-slip rubber end caps, capable of withstanding harsh environment.
Bestseller No. 2
CarDAQ-Plus 3 All Makes J2534 Reprogramming Tool
  • ALL OF THE J2534 PROTOCOLS - This single unit has all of the protocols you need for your OEM J2534 reprogramming and diagnostics including the latest in DoIP and CanFD
  • J2534 TECHNICAL SUPPORT - FREE for the life of the tool. Staffed by technicians who understand vehicle repair and J2534 Pass‑thru
  • TOOLBOX WITH OEM APPLICATION DESCRIPTIONS - educational video tutorials and real-time news – Giving you the confidence and up-to-date knowledge to get the job done
  • J2534 v05.00 API - The newest version of J2534 to give you the latest in pass-thru technology
  • FUTURE PROOF WITH 4 CAN CHANNELS - Going beyond the 3 required by select Chrysler/FCA models, CarDAQ-Plus 3 also provides a 4th to meet the needs of future OEM applications
Bestseller No. 3
Latest Version ECUs Programmer SM2Pro J2534VCI Read Write 67IN1 Dongle Suiatble for Efficient ECUs Programming Durable Diagnostic Tool Plastic ECUs Programmer Vehicle Repair Tool Engine Diagnostic
  • Stay up-to-date with thelatest firmware and support of the SM2Pro J2534VCI ECUs programmer, ensuring reliable perform and optimalresults.
  • The SM2Pro J2534VCI ECUs programmer is a trustedtool for professional technicians, offering comprehensive functionality and easy integration into your workflows.
  • The SM2Pro J2534VCI ECUs programmer offersadvanced functionality for efficient and precise ECUs programming.
  • With its 67IN1 without dongle & OBDcompatibility, the SM2Pro J2534VCI ECUs programmer provides a versatilesolution for read and write operations.
  • Experienceseamless ECUs programming with the SM2Pro J2534VCI, designed to streamlines the read and write processes for enhanced efficiency.
Bestseller No. 4
Mongoose-Plus J2534 OEM Vehicle Interface Cable - Ford/Lincoln/Mercury OEM Reprogramming and Diagnostics
  • Industry-leading J2534 Pass-Thru Technology: Enabling diagnostics, reprogramming and security functions for dealerships and the independent repair facility. Economical and compact pass-thru devices provides an easy-to-use interface that allows you to repair complex vehicles with OE applications in your shop. Each type (see single branded types above) Mongoose-Plus is engineered to work with one of the following OEM's J2534 applications for Chrysler, Ford, GM, Nissan, Toyota, & VW/Audi.
  • Supports Current & Earlier Vehicles: Enables diagnostics, programming and other “dealer” functions through OEM applications
  • NEW Bluetooth Wireless Options Available: Providing wireless connectivity between your laptop and the Mongoose-Plus
  • Expert Product Support: Staffed by technicians who understand vehicle repair and J2534 Pass‑Thru applications to help you with any technical setup questions
  • Key Registration and Immobilizer Support: Using NASTF Vehicle Security Professional credentials
Bestseller No. 5
Autel MaxiFlash VCI Kit, Bluetooth Vehicle Communication Interface, ECU Programming, SAE J2534 D-PDU RP1210 CAN FD 4 CAN Channels ISO22900, Work with MaxiSYS MS909 MS909EV MS909CV MaxiCOM Ultra Lite
  • 【Autel MaxiFlash VCI】👉The MaxiFlash VCI is a bluetooth-enabled vehicle communication interface (VCI) and a J2534-1 and J2534-2 compliant pass-thru programming device. Compatible with the MaxiSYS MS909 advanced diagnostics tablet. The MaxiFlash VCI supports CAN FD, 4 CAN Channels, D-PDU, ISO22900-1 & ISO 22900-2 protocols and is RP1210 compliant.
  • 【Programming Compatibility】👉The MaxiFlash VCI is a D-PDU, SAE J2534 & RP1210 compliant PassThru programming interface. Using the updated OEM software, it is capable of replacing the existing software/firmware in the Electronic Control Units (ECU), programming new ECUs, and fixing software-controlled drivability issues and emission issues.
  • 【Communication Compatibility】👉The MaxiFlash VCI supports Bluetooth (BT), Wi-Fi, and USB communications. It can transmit vehicle data to the tablet with or without a cable connection. In open areas, the working range of the transmitter through Bluetooth communication is up to 328 feet (about 100 m). The working range of 5G Wi-Fi is up to 164 feet (50 m). If the signal is lost due to being taken out of range, communication will be restored once the tablet is within range.
  • 👉The MaxiFlash VCI can be used with a Windows computer with applicable OE subscription for vehicle module programming and when connected to the MaxiSYS MS909 tablet for BMW and for Mercedes (compatible) vehicle module programming.
  • 👉Includes One-Year Limited Warranty. This VCI Kit also includes an Autel Main Cable V2.0, USB 2.0 cable, and AC/DC adapter. 🚦If you have any other question, feel free to contact 📧 mbdh2022@outlook. com 📧
Bestseller No. 6
LAUNCH X431 PRO 5 Scan Tool: 2024 J2534 Reprogramming Tool, ECU Online Coding, Topology Mapping, Upgraded of X431 V+, Bi-Directional Diagnostic Scanner, with SmartBox 3.0 CANFD & DOIP, 2 Years Update
  • 【Why Choose LAUNCH scanner X431 PRO5】It is the original LAUNCH X431 scan tool, the 2024 upgraded version of PROS V+, X431 PRO3 and V+ 4.0, which is a worthwhile investment for repair shops and mechanics. LAUNCH X431 PRO 5, all is set to OE-level standards with 1) J2534 ECU Programming & 50+ service same as PAD Series; 2) Bi-directional control + All system diagnostics as Snap-on scanner; 3) Online Coding functions directly connect to OEM server; 4) Top-notch Topology Mapping function
  • 【J2534 Programming with Smart Box 3.0】 What is super SmartBox 3.0 VCI? Worth 1000$, Smart Box 3.0 is backed on new ISO9141/J1850/SAE J2610/CANFD/DOIP, which enables you to run 14x quicker data trans and advanced OEM J2534 reprogramming for B-MW, Ben-z, F-ord, Jaguar, Land Rover, GW, Volvo, etc. (please reach to us for more details). It also serves as a wireless VCI allowing the vehicle to transmit data to the diagnostic tablet without a physical connection.
  • 【New Released Topology Mapping】Update your X431 PRO 5 to V 7.03.014 to gain Topology Mapping function. This advanced feature, typically found only on tools costing over $3000, provides a comprehensive view of a vehicle's data bus configurations, improving repair efficiency by up to 90%. With just one click, you can gain insights into the layout of a vehicle's system and clear any troubles. Compatibility with your vehicle's brand should be verified by checking the VIN before purchasing.
  • 【LAUNCH X431 PRO 5 with Powerful 50+ Services】Especially designed for pro mechanics and big repair shops, Launch X431 scanner PRO5 is equipped with 50+ hot reset functions for 150 car makes which same as X431 PAD serious. Easy to navigate and help you do ABS Bleeding, TPMS Reset, Oil Reset, EPB Reset, Suspension, BMS, Injector Coding, IMMO, Power balance, Throttle Matching and more. 🚩Notice: we offer 2-year f ree update while other brands generally 1 year.
  • 【A-ctive Test + ECU Coding】Come with appealing bi-directional control to troubleshoot all possible problems for full systems within 5 min.This LAUNCH X431 PRO scanner even develops all practical functions needed by all technicians:1) ECU Coding for replacing, match, relearn, recode new ECU modules;2) Online Coding for B-MW, VW, Porsche, Ben-z to surf OEM data;3) VAG Guided functions ease complex issues;4) Personalization & ADAS improving car performance and driving safety.

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