How to Use FORScan to Restore BCM for Ford F150

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This article show a guide on how to use FORScan to restore BCM data file for Ford F150.

 

What You Need?

OHP Ford ELMconfig USB

FORScan Android/iOS/Window Free Download

How to Install & Configure FORScan for OHP ELMconfig

 

Procedures:

Connect your OHP Ford ELMconfig USB adapter to vehicle,then run FORScan on you laptop

Click “Connect to vehicle”

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The FORScan will prompt you with the feedback needed massage,click “Yes” to continue

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Then it will check your Ford F150 modules status as below

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After then click the “Configuration and Programming” icon at left menu

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Select “Body Control Module”,then click “Run” button to start configuration and programming

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It will prompt you with the warning massage,just click “OK” to continue

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Wait for system to read BCM blocks

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After then click “Load All” button too load BCM original abt file

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Then click “Write All” button to start restoring BCM

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Wait system progress completing

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Now,it prompt you the blocks programmed successfully

Please cycle the ignition OFF and then back ON

Stop service procedure and click “Disconnect from vehicle” button to end operations

Done!

 

Note:The restore button works like this: say you’ve gone into the programming screen of a module and made multiple changes but haven’t hit the “write all” button yet and then decided you want to revert one of those changes; you could press “restore” on that address. If you’ve only made 1 change to a module and want to restore, the quickest way is “load all” and “write all”. If you’ve made many changes to a module but only want to restore some of them then you’d “load all” on your original and then go to the individual addresses that you wanted back to original and hit the “write” button at the end of that address line.

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