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  • jm43130
    Senior Member
    • Apr 2008
    • 184

    ford calibration ID's

    It would be nice if SO gave us a current calibration ID in correct form instead of a HEX code. Is there anywhere you can find a cross reference for HEX codes?
    Paying for a subscription to FJDS is a option and using PTP4 to access it, but it would nice if we could access it right through scan tool somehow. Or how about just giving a option to access it in OBD2 data somewhere.
  • jm43130
    Senior Member
    • Apr 2008
    • 184

    #2
    I also posted this on another J2534 forum, already got responses. It is available with PTP4 toolbox. Open J2534 toolbox, go to North America Ford section. There is a line to get part numbers. It brought it right up. So I guess as along as you have a Pass Through device, you can get it, but it would be easier if Snapon scanners could provide it because chances are, we already have that hooked up.

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    • sbreland73
      Senior Member
      • Jan 2009
      • 1084

      #3
      Using Mode 9 of OBDII, this is what I get: actual FORD CAL IDs, the same as reported by IDS.


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      S. Breland

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      • jm43130
        Senior Member
        • Apr 2008
        • 184

        #4
        I'm working on a 2003 lincoln LS and all my solus or verus edge show as mode 9 data is a 1 line as "JIANCSB" there are no other lines that transfer to a ford calibration ID. My Solus is on 20.4 also.
        I can't figure out how to attach a screenshot or I would. I can't remember ever being able to read calibration ID's on any Ford from a SNapon scanner.

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        • sbreland73
          Senior Member
          • Jan 2009
          • 1084

          #5
          As an employee of a Ford dealership, I assure you these are actual CORRECT software part numbers. See this from IDS:


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          S. Breland

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          • jm43130
            Senior Member
            • Apr 2008
            • 184

            #6
            I see last 2 screenshot, you are using IDS and also I recognize calibration numbers with "12A650" in it as being correct. However in your mode 9 screen shots, I see nothing that has "12A650 " in it that is a correct calibration ID. There is also another thread just before mine that says MODE 9 data does not match either.

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            • sbreland73
              Senior Member
              • Jan 2009
              • 1084

              #7
              Screenshots taken from different vehicles, so yes the CAL IDs will be different.
              S. Breland

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