April 03, 2019
Flash programming using Ford FDRS software, connect the Ford VCM II interface to OBD II / DLC port in the car. Click Read from VIN and GO, Ford FDRS will start to identify the vehicle based on VIN and the installed components in the vehicle network.
In this document, we will explain how to do flash programming using FDRS. Once your vehicle's all set up to flash, don't forget to connect the external battery maintainer. For this test, we have in our programming bay a 2016 S-Max / Galaxy.
Select the Tab Toolbox and select the ECU, PCM, TCM or related module to Program.
Programming will continue
You will see the progress bar.
End of programming.
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