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  1. scoopman

    Ford Early Access + Electrify America: Complimentary BlueOval Electrify America Membership Invitation Email

    you’re right I misread the email from Ford. You just have until July 5 to enroll, no timeframe by when you need to complete the two DCFC sessions they request.
  2. scoopman

    All Vehicles - PCM, BECM, SOBDMC, SOBDMB Updates available in FDRS

    This is just me, so take it with a grain of salt, but you will not know if you have the fix until we see the communication from Ford to its dealers with instructions on what to do to fix particular trim levels. I think you aren't doing any harm by updating your car, but I don't think you'll...
  3. scoopman

    All Vehicles - PCM, BECM, SOBDMC, SOBDMB Updates available in FDRS

    Interesting decoder ring for the versioning schema they might be using. Still doesn't explain why the GT/GTPE software wasn't mentioned in the recall communication to NHTSA.
  4. scoopman

    All Vehicles - PCM, BECM, SOBDMC, SOBDMB Updates available in FDRS

    I'm not expecting Ford to issue more information because I posted here :-) I am just venting because I'm going to keep my rental car reservation for my road trip next week.
  5. scoopman

    All Vehicles - PCM, BECM, SOBDMC, SOBDMB Updates available in FDRS

    I would just like a little transparency on how Ford intends to fix this safety issue with my car so I can plan accordingly.
  6. scoopman

    All Vehicles - PCM, BECM, SOBDMC, SOBDMB Updates available in FDRS

    Hmmmmpft. This makes no sense. Either they neglected to put software versions with the fix for GTs in the recall notice, or ..... are they going to physically replace the part for GT models and not do it thru software?
  7. scoopman

    All Vehicles - PCM, BECM, SOBDMC, SOBDMB Updates available in FDRS

    So to summarize, your BECM was not updated (due to problems) and your SOBDMC was not updated to a version noted in the recall notice.
  8. scoopman

    All Vehicles - PCM, BECM, SOBDMC, SOBDMB Updates available in FDRS

    So far it appears that Job 1 cars have gotten the BECM version from the recall notice, but have not gotten the SOBDMC version in the recall notice. There's been only one Job 2 2022 GT that reported an update so far, and they got BECM and SOBDMC versions that are not mentioned in the recall...
  9. scoopman

    Stop Safely Now (HVBJB): Mach-E Owners Biggest Fear - Facts and Info Thread

    oh well at least sounds like it is fixed. I don’t think your dealer installed the recall software which seems to have just popped up in FDRS today, however.
  10. scoopman

    No Rear Winch Points Question

    I'm mildly investigating a tow hitch just in case I might happen to fry the two-month old replacement HVBJB in my car that is not sufficiently "robust" in Ford's parlance. As far as I can tell, there is absolutely no "stealth"-like rear hitch receiver still for the MME which can be removed and...
  11. scoopman

    Job2 FP Data Missing After Recent FDRS Updates (also OTA 2.8.2)

    So the power up ota mechanism will install earlier versions of software in a module over a newer version?! That’s some awesome “update” logic they have there.
  12. scoopman

    MME GT Bricked!

    some folks with FDRS subscriptions can also tell you the DTC reported by your car if you send them your vin. There’s a thread with people who volunteer to look such things up for you.
  13. scoopman

    MME GT Bricked!

    You need to ask your dealer to send you the DTC (Diagnostic Test Code) numbers they found from your car. That will let your buddies in this forum properly diagnose what problem struck your car.
  14. scoopman

    Stop Safely Now (HVBJB): Mach-E Owners Biggest Fear - Facts and Info Thread

    i reposted think @Benjamin Kegele took photos also @MadManMoon did too. No one has taken anything of the new part.
  15. scoopman

    Stop Safely Now (HVBJB): Mach-E Owners Biggest Fear - Facts and Info Thread

    We have photos of the old part, not of the new part to see what is different. At least I don’t remember any photos yet from someone who has gotten the new one. Perhaps @VegStang can try and get us some?
  16. scoopman

    For everyone saying the Mach E recalls are ridiculous...

    One has to wonder if they tested that car (just like some trims of the Mach-E). Bolts detaching after driving low mileage in the car?! That doesn't sound confidence-inspiring.
  17. scoopman

    For everyone saying the Mach E recalls are ridiculous...

    You mis-capitalized it. It's bZ4X :) Maybe they can do a paint recall and paint the fenders the same color as the rest of that car at the same time?
  18. scoopman

    Safety Recall 22S41 - 2021-2022 Mach E - HVBJB Recall [high voltage battery main contactors may overheat]

    I bet it is of indefinite duration, and that's my feeling as well if it is. There are some interesting recent cases where material changes to the product were forced by the manufacturer via software. I hope I'm wrong in my pessimistic view.
  19. scoopman

    Safety Recall 22S41 - 2021-2022 Mach E - HVBJB Recall [high voltage battery main contactors may overheat]

    Former practicing lawyer here -- what's your opinion on the potential exposure for another set of claims where the software mitigation here takes away performance (either in speed or charging time) that was claimed by the OEM and provided to the owner, especially on a performance model?
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