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So, I called on this today and the scheduling lady told me it's an update to the camera system and needs to be done by their body shop. They scheduled the glass recall and the software update at the same time. I also scheduled it for TSB 21-2206 and will talk to the service advisor when I drop it off.
Huh? Sounds like that's just the extra stuff that needs to be done when they take the windshield off, recalibrating the cameras up there not this module update. I do not want the body shop doing this update! lol
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Guessing builds after these dates already have these updates?
Not necessarily. Some of the things (faster charge speeds) are supposed to be updated for 2022 models and eventually OTA for 2021.

No clue if my GTPE (built late Sept) has all of this.
 

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Huh? Sounds like that's just the extra stuff that needs to be done when they take the windshield off, recalibrating the cameras up there not this module update. I do not want the body shop doing this update! lol
It's OK, I mentioned to the lady that she called me last week to schedule my oil change. I will have a conversation with the service advisor when I get there and clear it up NBD
 

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It's OK, I mentioned to the lady that she called me last week to schedule my oil change. I will have a conversation with the service advisor when I get there and clear it up NBD
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I dropped mine off today for the recall on the windshield (which apparently they don't do, and I now need to schedule an appointment with the body shop WTF Ford, how was I responsible for doing that). Anyways, she said this just came out and asked me if I wanted that too. I said of course, they are already going to manually update to Ford Pass 1.7.1 since it won't update OTA. They are also looking at the knocking noise coming from the front half axle and the front passenger door not unlocking and locking with the PAAK or fob.

So I'm seeing a lot of parts ordered and time getting things installed in my near future.

I'll let you guys know if I notice anything different after this software calibration.
 

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More uninformed questions from me. How does the dealer connect to the car to do the updates? Is it via the OBDII, or is there a proprietary port. Also, do any of these updates require the 12V batter to be connected to shore power?
 

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More uninformed questions from me. How does the dealer connect to the car to do the updates? Is it via the OBDII, or is there a proprietary port. Also, do any of these updates require the 12V batter to be connected to shore power?
Yes, it’s via OBDII. Yes, all of the updates require connecting a power supply to the 12V battery. Some are quick enough that it’s probably not necessary, but some run for hours and draw 20-35A.
 

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Scheduled mine for the software update for December 2nd. They said the glass work needs to be done by their glass vendor. That will wait.
 

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Yes, it’s via OBDII. Yes, all of the updates require connecting a power supply to the 12V battery. Some are quick enough that it’s probably not necessary, but some run for hours and draw 20-35A.
Nice, Thank You! I just want to make sure my dealer doesn’t damage the trim piece that covers the battery.
 

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I dropped mine off today for the recall on the windshield (which apparently they don't do, and I now need to schedule an appointment with the body shop WTF Ford, how was I responsible for doing that). Anyways, she said this just came out and asked me if I wanted that too. I said of course, they are already going to manually update to Ford Pass 1.7.1 since it won't update OTA. They are also looking at the knocking noise coming from the front half axle and the front passenger door not unlocking and locking with the PAAK or fob.

So I'm seeing a lot of parts ordered and time getting things installed in my near future.

I'll let you guys know if I notice anything different after this software calibration.
Software calibration update resolved my issue with front passenger door not recognizing key fob or paak to unlock or lock the door. Which was good that I didn't have to wait on them to order any parts and take off the panels. That was the first noticable benefit, I'll report back with anything else.

They weren't able to upload 1.7.1 because there was a truck in line ahead of me that took 6 hours to get a software update. They couldn't say for sure that my half shaft or axle needed replacement and will bring it back to go up on the lift after the holiday.
 

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Breaking or losing clips is definitely a possibility. But hopefully the dealer will have some on hand.
Yeah I’m not too worried about clips, more the trim piece itself. I take pictures of my car before I drop it off. Had to call them on a scratch once.
 

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So I have a question about the Job 1 build dates and this update. My IB Premium was built in late May, but sat on chip hold until the very end of June. I figured it would be eligible for the windshield/roof recalls, but that’s not the case. Ford’s website says there’s no recalls for my car. So I’m assuming it won’t be eligible for this update as well. Any advice on how to get a dealer to apply the calibration update (short of just paying for the labor myself)?
 
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So I have a question about the Job 1 build dates. My IB Premium was built in late May, but sat on chip hold until the very end of June. I figured it would be eligible for the windshield/roof recalls, but that’s not the case. Ford’s website says there’s no recalls for my car. So I’m assuming it won’t be eligible for this update as well. Any advice on how to get a dealer to apply the calibration update (short of just paying for the labor myself)?
It’s a customer satisfaction program not a recall that’s why it doesn’t show up on Ford’s website. Customers will not be notified. If you’re sure your car was built in May, then it should apply to you, call your dealer.
 

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So I have a question about the Job 1 build dates and this update. My IB Premium was built in late May, but sat on chip hold until the very end of June. I figured it would be eligible for the windshield/roof recalls, but that’s not the case. Ford’s website says there’s no recalls for my car. So I’m assuming it won’t be eligible for this update as well. Any advice on how to get a dealer to apply the calibration update (short of just paying for the labor myself)?
Take it in and complain about PaaK and there should be a TSB for that. Then they should perform the 21P22 calibration at the same visit.
Alternatively.....how close are you to your 10,000 or 20,000 mile service?
 
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