23B57 – High Voltage Battery Module Replacement and/or Battery Energy Control Module (BECM) Software Update – 2022-2023 Ford F-150 Lightning

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NHTSA ID Number: 10243421

Manufacturer Communication Number: 23B57

Summary

Certain 2022 and 2023 Model Year F-150 Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) – High Voltage Battery Module Replacement and/or Battery Energy Control Module

(BECM) Software Update

 


September 13, 2023

Customer Satisfaction Program 23B57
Certain 2022 and 2023 Model Year F-150 Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV)
High Voltage Battery Module Replacement and/or Battery Energy Control Module (BECM) Software Update

 

PROGRAM TERMS

This program will be in effect through September 13, 2024. There is no mileage limit for this program.

 

AFFECTED VEHICLES

Vehicle Model Year Assembly Plant Build Dates
F-150 BEV 2022 Rouge Electric Vehicle Center October 14, 2021 through October 19, 2022
2023 Beginning June 10, 2022

US population of affected vehicles: 36,611. Affected vehicles are identified in OASIS and FSA VIN Lists.

Note: The list of affected VIN’s may be updated daily as vehicles are added to the program. End build dates will be provided once they are established at the assembly plant.

Note: Some vehicles may be in the process of being repaired at the plant. Monitor OASIS before opening an RO and/or beginning a repair. Parts purchased for an FSA can be returned for credit if required. See the EXCESS STOCK RETURN details in Labor Allowances and Parts Ordering Information for more information.

 

REASON FOR THIS PROGRAM

Some of the affected vehicles may have high voltage battery modules that can cause Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0B24 – Hybrid Battery Voltage Unstable to set causing a stop safely now message to appear on the Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC) and the vehicles high voltage battery output to be limited.

All vehicles will receive an update to the Battery Energy Control Module (BECM) software strategy that detects if the high voltage battery experiences a voltage deviation and may enter the vehicle into a reduced performance state.  This updated software is available for dealers to update or will become available as an Over the Air (OTA) update.

 

SERVICE ACTION

Vehicles with an affected high voltage battery module(s):

Ford Motor Company’s Customer Relationship Center (CRC) will be proactively reaching out to owners of vehicles identified via connected vehicle data that have one or more high voltage battery modules that are experiencing a voltage deviation. The CRC will offer aid in setting up a service appointment. Owners may also choose to schedule their own service appointment. Dealers that are contacted by the CRC or have a customer that has scheduled their own service appointment, are to reach out to the SSSC for details on what battery module(s) is to be replaced. Once the appropriate battery module(s) is replaced, dealers are to update the BECM software.

Vehicles without an affected high voltage battery module(s): 

For vehicles that arrive at the dealership that do not have an affected battery module(s), dealers are to update the BECM software.

This service must be performed on all affected vehicles at no charge to the vehicle owner.  To assist vehicle owners to have this repair complete, dealers should:

  • Arrange for a mobile repair at the owner’s location, or:
    • Arrange to pick up the owner’s vehicle and drive it to the dealership for repairs (rentals maybe authorized – see Rental Vehicles).
  • Re-deliver the owner’s vehicle after repairs have been completed.
  • Pick-up and delivery and mobile service should be made available for all customers. Refer to the Rental and Claiming sections for further details.

NOTE: Only vehicles without an affected high voltage battery module(s) are eligible for mobile repair because only the software will be updated. All vehicles are eligible for pick-up and delivery.

 

OVER-THE-AIR (OTA) UPDATES (FORD POWER-UP / LINCOLN ENHANCE):

  • In addition to you being able to update vehicles now using FDRS, Ford is planning to deploy an OTA software update by mid-4th
  • Before scheduling service for an OTA-capable vehicle, please verify through PTS that the Field Service Action (FSA) is still open (OASIS) and that the vehicle 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 the 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.)

 

OWNER NOTIFICATION AND MAILING SCHEDULE

Owners’ letters are expected to be mailed the week of September 25, 2023. Owners will be given the option of installing the software update themselves, or they can have their dealer perform the service for them.

 

MOBILE SERVICE REPAIR ASSESSMENT LEVEL

  • Vehicles without an affected high voltage battery module(s) have the following assessment level.

– Mobile Reprogramming

  • Vehicles with an affected high voltage battery module(s) have the following assessment level. – Not a Mobile Service Repair

 

MOBILE REPAIR RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Confirm with the customer a mobile repair is feasible.
  • Check OASIS before going to the customer’s home or business to confirm if any other outstanding FSA needs to be completed.
  • Transportation – due to the simplicity of this repair, a specialty vehicle is not required.

 

MOBILE REPAIR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Please ensure the technician brings the following to the mobile repair destination:

  • Printed Technical Instructions.
  • Printed Repair/Work Order or any other necessary documentation as customer copy(s) o Documents could also be emailed to the customer.
  • Shirt/uniform and vehicle graphic with the dealership or Ford logos are recommended.
  • Recommended specialty tools: N/A.

 

SOLD VEHICLES

  • Owners of affected vehicles will be directed to dealers for repairs.
  • 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.

 

BRANDED / SALVAGED TITLE VEHICLES

Affected branded / salvaged title vehicles are eligible for this service action.

 

OWNER REFUNDS 

Refunds are not approved for this program.

 

RENTAL VEHICLES

For vehicles with an affected high voltage battery module(s), dealers are pre-approved for up to 15 days for a comparable rental vehicle. Follow Extended Service Plan (ESP) guidelines for dollar amounts. Rentals will only be reimbursed for the day(s) the vehicle is at the dealership for part replacement. Prior approval for more than 15 rental day(s) is required from the SSSC via the SSSC Web Contact Site.

Rental is not approved for vehicles that only require a BECM software update.

 

TOWING

For vehicles with an affected high voltage battery module(s), if towing is required, dealers are authorized to claim up to a maximum value of $250 to provide towing services for this program.

 

PICK-UP AND DELIVERY- Participating Dealers

Dealers participating in the Remote Experience Program:

  • Refer to EFC12071, 2023 Remote Experience Program, Pickup & Delivery (PDL) Offset section for additional details.

 

PICK-UP AND DELIVERY- Non-participating Dealers

Dealers not participating in the 2023 Remote Experience Program for Pick-up & Delivery are authorized to claim unique services for completing this program.

  • Dealers are authorized to claim one-half labor hour per repair for vehicle pick-up & delivery services. Refer to Labor Allowances for details.
  • Dealers must retain a Vehicle Pick-up & Delivery Record with the repair order documentation.

 

PARTS REQUIREMENTS

NOTE: High Voltage Battery modules and Thermal Interface Material (TIM) will be proactively ordered on the dealer’s behalf based on inventory availability. Parts will be delivered to dealers prior to the start of the repair. The Thermal Interface Material must be claimed on the RO or the claim may be rejected.

NOTE: If a damaged High Voltage Battery Module is delivered to your dealership, contact the SSSC via a web contact for further instruction. 

Order the Motorcraft® Yellow Prediluted Antifreeze/Coolant through normal order processing channels. To guarantee the shortest delivery time, an emergency order for parts must be placed.

Part Number  Description Order Quantity Claim Quantity
VC-13DL-G Motorcraft Yellow Prediluted Antifreeze/Coolant (Up to

15.9 Litters per vehicle)

As Required
TA-38-B Thermal Interface Material (TIM) – Do not order, only claim on the RO.

NOTE: Ford will directly order 2 tubes of TIM per new module which will be delivered to the dealership prior to the start of the repair. Do not order TIM at this time.

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Less than 4% of the affected vehicle population is expected to require one or more high voltage battery modules needing to be replaced.

 


CERTAIN 2022 AND 2023 MODEL YEAR F-150 BATTERY ELECTRIC VEHICLES (BEV) — BATTERY ENERGY CONTROL MODULE (BECM) SOFTWARE UPDATE

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 12 Volt (V) battery.

NOTE: Verify the negative cable of the charger is installed on a chassis or engine ground and not the 12V 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).

2. Log into Ford Diagnostic and Repair System (FDRS).

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 Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).

NOTE: Available modules are shown on the left hand (LH) side of the screen and available procedures are listed on the right hand (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 BECM.

NOTE: After the programming of the BECM, the FDRS will automatically prompt you to update the necessary modules based on the vehicles options and calibration levels. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the update.

6. From the list on the RH side of the screen, select BECM – Battery Energy Control Module (BECM) Software Update.

7. Click RUN. Follow all on-screen instructions carefully. Then, continue on next page.

NOTE: After the programming of the BECM, the FDRS will automatically prompt you to update the necessary modules based on the vehicles options and calibration levels. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the update. You may be prompted to update one or more of the following modules.

Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) Module

• Electric All Drive Control Module (AWDCH or SOBDMB)

Hybrid Powertrain Control Module (HPCM or SOBDMC)

Powertrain Control Module (PCM)

• Secondary On-Board Diagnostic Control Module (SOBDM)

Battery Charger Control Module or Generic Function Module 2 (BCCMB or GFM2)

8. From the list on the RH side of the screen, select Self-Test and click RUN.

9. Click the Run Selected Tests button in the lower right.

10. Click the Clear & Retest button at the top of the screen to clear DTCs in all modules.

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

 

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 the Vehicle Communication Module II (VCM IIeBay)/Vehicle Communication Module III (VCM III) or the Vehicle Communication and Measurement Module (VCMM) and the 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 VCM IIeBay/VCM III or the VCMM from the data link connector (DLC) and your computer.

b. After ten seconds, reconnect the VCMII/VCMIII or the VCMM to the DLC and the PC. Launch FDRS. The VCMII/VCMIII or the 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.

 


CERTAIN 2022 AND 2023 MODEL YEAR F-150 BATTERY ELECTRIC VEHICLES (BEV) — HIGH VOLTAGE BATTERY MODULE REPLACEMENT AND BATTERY ENERGY CONTROL MODULE (BECM) SOFTWARE UPDATE

SERVICE PROCEDURE

IMPORTANT: Do not order service parts for this repair – Ford has pre-ordered the necessary module service kit and the Thermal Interface Material (TIM), which will be shipped in advance. Note that coolant will not be provided but should be replaced. See dealer bulletin for warranty claiming information.

NOTE: The kit will come with a new cold plate, a template for applying the TIM, 2 buss-bar cover caps, 4 terminal safety caps, and the replacement module. TIM material (TA-38-B paste) will be shipped separately. Please ensure this paste is unopened and not expired before you attempt carrying out the repair.

NOTE: DO NOT remove or lower the high voltage battery from the vehicle until all of the necessary parts and tools (ESST’s) are in place to perform the repair.

NOTE: If a high voltage battery module is damaged, contact the Special Service Support Center (SSSC) for further instructions.

1. Has the SSSC been contacted and did the SSSC provide which high voltage battery module(s) is to be replaced?

Yes – Continue to the next step.

No – Contact the SSSC for further instruction.

2. Before performing any repairs, perform the Battery Health Report procedure using the Ford Diagnostic and Repair System (FDRS). Confirm the cell/module(s) that the SSSC indicated needed to be replaced is the minimum voltage cell/module compared to the other modules within the battery pack. Also, confirm there are no other low cells in the battery pack (>0.030V lower than the median value).

NOTE: Ensure to document the FDRS Generated Target Voltage Code as it is necessary for balancing the replacement module(s).

• Does the minimum cell/module from Battery Health Report match the cell/module the SSSC directed you to replace?

Yes – Continue to the next step.

No – Contact the SSSC for further instruction.

NOTE: The FDRS Generated Target Voltage Code as it is necessary for balancing the replacement module.

3. Have you documented the FDRS Generated Target Voltage Code for the battery module(s) that are to be replaced?

Yes – Continue to the next step.

No – Re-run the FDRS Battery Health Report procedure and document the FDRS Generated Target Voltage Code.

NOTE: The following procedure must be completed prior to the installation of a replacement high voltage battery module directed by the Ford workshop manual. The replacement high voltage battery modules and Midtronics xMB-9640 module balancer must be placed on a stable clean work area with access to a AC wall power outlet.

4. Perform the high voltage battery module balancing. Follow the Workshop Manual (WSM) procedures in Section 414-03A. Repeat this procedure for each module being replaced and then proceed to Step 5.

NOTE: Balancing of the new module should be performed in the crate (using the A804 cable) prior to installation into the battery tray.

– If there is a problem establishing communication with the new module, confirm all updates to the xMB have been performed.

– If there is still an issue, connect to a module in the battery that is not faulted to confirm if it is an xMB issue or a module issue.

• If the xMB will still not connect, contact Midtronics (1-866-592-8052).

• If the xMB does connect to a known good module, reconnect to the new module (in the crate) again and attempt to balance.

– If the xMB still cannot communicate with the new module contact the SSSC for further instruction.

5. Replace the affected battery module and cold plate. Follow the WSM procedures in Section 414-03A.

NOTE: See Figures 1 and 2 (on Page 3) for reference on battery module pack positions.

6. Perform the Battery Energy Control Module (BECM) software update. Refer to the Technical Instructions – Battery Energy Control Module (BECM) Software Update for further instruction.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: Federal law prohibits selling motor vehicle parts or components that are under safety, compliance, or emissions recall. Unless a part is requested to be returned to Ford, all parts replaced under this FSA must be scrapped in accordance with all applicable local, state and federal environmental protection and hazardous material regulations. Refer to the Parts Retention, Return, & Scrapping section of the FSA dealer bulletin for further information.

 


Ford Power-Up Software Updates

How to turn on Automatic Updates and Set a Recurring Schedule

Ford Power-Up software updates are downloaded and installed over-the-air using either an external WiFi or FordPass™ Connect (vehicle modem). Most software updates will happen seamlessly in the background, if both of the following have been done on your vehicle:

1. Automatic Updates is turned ON.

2. A Recurring Schedule has been set.

We recommend scheduling updates for overnight or at a time that you will not need to enter or use the vehicle.

 

To set a recurring schedule:

1. Tap Settings on your vehicle’s SYNC screen.

2. Choose System (or Software) Updates.

3. Press Schedule Updates (or Recurring Update Schedule).

 

Depending on your vehicle you will either:

4. Choose Schedule.

5. Choose your preferred days and times.

6. Press Save.

or

4. Select one of the Preset options OR Select Custom Schedule.

5. If Custom Schedule choose your preferred days (minimum of 2) and time.

6. Exit the screen (Schedule is auto saved).

 

To confirm Automatic Updates is turned ON:

1. Tap Settings on your vehicle’s SYNC screen.

2. Choose System (or Software) Updates.

3. Confirm Automatic Updates is toggled to ON.

Prior to software download and installation, you will receive a reminder in your vehicle (24 hours prior) and in your FordPass® App. You can reschedule up to 2 mins before the update begins.

 

Important Notes:

Ford Power-Up software updates are not deployed to all vehicles at the same time.

• If you choose to turn Automatic Updates OFF, you will not receive this software update unless you have previously consented to all prior updates.

• To confirm that this recall is included in the software update and is available or successfully installed in your vehicle, tap Settings on your vehicle’s SYNC screen, select System (or Software) Updates and select Update Details to view the latest release notes. You will also get an Update Successful alert in the message center of your FordPass® app.

If you are unsure if you have received the software update for this recall or have any questions regarding software updates, please call our specially trained Software Update Customer Relationship Center at: 1-833-389-0848.

 


2 Affected Products

Vehicle

MAKE MODEL YEAR
FORD F-150 BEV 2022-2023

 


1 Associated Document

Manufacturer Communications

September 13, 2023
Customer Satisfaction Program 23B57

https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls?nhtsaId=10243421

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  • 🚗[Efficient&Convenience] Quick access to vehicle data for maintenance or management reports.Quickly attaches to vehicle's diagnostic connector. Mixed fleet capabilities with broad protocol support.May be used with desktop PC or laptop. make sure your computer at least 4GB.Tech2win software only installed on 7 32bit computer and on physical system.Please download the latest vxmanager from vxdiag official website.
Bestseller No. 6
TOPDON RLink Lite J2534 Pass-Thru Programmer, Enhanced VCI, Supports DoIP/CAN/CAN FD/D-PDU/J2534/RP1210, OEM Reprogramming and Diagnostics, No OE Software Provided
  • 【ALL-IN-1 REPROGRAMMING TOOL】With its exceptional compatibility, TOPDON RLink Lite J2534 pass-thru programmer and enhanced VCI seamlessly conducts original equipment-level diagnostics, programming, and coding jobs, achieving OE-level diagnostics across various vehicle models with a single device. Note: TOPDON RLink Lite is Window-only, not compatible with Mac.
  • J2534 REPROGRAMMING TOOL】The RLink Lite functions as a J2534 pass-thru programmer to achieve OEM programming and diagnostics. Compliant with three major automotive industry standards D-PDU/J2534/RP1210, and latest DoIP/CAN/CAN FD, the RLink Lite ensures extensive vehicle coverage and speedy diagnostics.
  • 【ENHANCED VCI】The TOPDON RLink Lite operates as a versatile VCI box, enabling you to achieve advanced diagnostic, programming, and coding functionalities when paired with OE software. Moreover, TOPDON's DMS Driver Management System helps you easily master the OE software by offering drivers for various brands.***We don't provide extra OE software.
  • 【FASTER & SMOOTHER】Powered by a 1.8 GHz quad-core processor, enjoy swift response and seamless operation. The RLink Lite Enhanced VCI runs on Android 11.0 for advanced features and top-notch security. With 2GB RAM and 32GB ROM, storage is ample for smooth performance and quick access to data and apps.
  • 【PACKAGE+J2534 SUPPORT】The package comprises the RLink Lite main unit, a 2m OBDII diagnostic cable, a 5m Ethernet cable, a 1.5m USB 2.0 data cable, a 12V DC power adapter, and a quick start guide. Enjoy complimentary technical support from our dedicated TOPDON team for any J2534-related inquiries or concerns throughout the lifespan of your device.

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