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This is another update to previous TSBs regarding driver assistance error messages. This replaces TSB 22-2109. In this version, a new step has been added to perform an instrument panel cluster configuration at the end. 2022 Mach-E's skip the IPMA reprogramming step since they have the latest IPMA software currently, but I would check for and apply any IPMA updates in the future. If you have the error messages below and BlueCruise stops working, I would suggest this TSB to your dealer.
|TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN|
Various Driver Assistance Feature Concerns And/Or IPMA DTCs B1578:78, U3000:49, U3000:89, U2107:68, C1001:54 And/Or C1001:78
21 July 2022
|This bulletin supersedes 22-2109.|
This article supersedes TSB 22-2109 to update the vehicles affected and Service Procedure.
Issue: Some 2021-2022 F-150, Mustang Mach-E and 2022 Expedition/Navigator vehicles may exhibit various driver assistance system warning messages or inoperative features and/or diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) U3000:49, U3000:89, U2107:68, C1001:54 and/or C1001:78. DTC B1578:78 may also set after an image processing module A (IPMA) on-demand self test is performed. This may be due to software in the IPMA. To correct the condition, follow the Service Procedure to reprogram the IPMA to the latest level.
Action: Follow the Service Procedure to correct the condition on vehicles that meet all of the following criteria:
Warranty Status: Eligible under provisions of New Vehicle Limited Warranty (NVLW)/Service Part Warranty (SPW)/Special Service Part (SSP)/Extended Service Plan (ESP) coverage. Limits/policies/prior approvals are not altered by a TSB. NVLW/SPW/SSP/ESP coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part and verified using the OASIS part coverage tool.
NOTE: When performing the IPMA software update additional modules will receive software updates. Depending on vehicle features, the coordinated software update includes the IPMA, power steering control module (PSCM), cruise control module (CCM) and/or camera module - rear (CMR).
1. If DTC U3000:49 is present in the IPMA and the vehicle also exhibits indications of a low battery voltage condition such as DTC U3003 present in other modules or an engine no crank/no start concern, check for OASIS messages for low battery voltage and continue with diagnostics for low battery voltage. To clear the DTC, download and run the Reset the Image Processing Module A (IPMA) Learned Values application in Ford Diagnosis and Repair System (FDRS). Then run the Image Processing Module A (IPMA) Alignment application immediately after. Proceed to Step 2.
2. If DTCs U2107:68 and/or U3000:89 are present after performing an IPMA self-test, clear the DTCs and only perform diagnostics for U2107:68 and/or U3000:89 if these DTCs set outside of an IPMA self-test. Proceed to Step 3.
3. Is the vehicle an F-150 (non-Lightning) built on or before 28-Mar-2022, Expedition/Navigator built on or before 18-Feb-2022 or a 2021 Mustang Mach-E?
(1). Yes - proceed to Step 4.
(2). No - proceed to Step 7.
4. Reprogram the IPMA using the latest FDRS software level. Follow all on-screen instructions carefully to complete all coordinated module software updates.
5. Perform the Ford Diagnosis and Repair System (FDRS) Image Processing Module A (IPMA) alignment procedure.
6. Perform the appropriate FDRS camera alignment procedure.
(1). For vehicles equipped with 360 degree cameras, perform the IPMA - 360 Degree View Camera Alignment procedure.
(2). For all other vehicles, perform the IPMA - Pro Trailer Backup Assist Camera Alignment procedure. This procedure should be performed on all vehicles without 360 degree cameras, even if the vehicle is not equipped with Pro Trailer Backing Assist™ (PTBA).
7. Run the IPC-Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC) Configuration application in Ford Diagnosis and Repair System (FDRS).
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