I merged your thread with this existing thread on Forscan. I don’t think anyone has posted a spreadsheet, but I could be wrong. Have a look through the other posts for the different mods the other members have done.Looking for spreadsheet of mods to use on 2015 Escape SE.
That's way better than any modified ELM327 for Fords- compatible out of the box with Ford's Medium Speed CAN Bus protocol. A lot safer using FoCCCus too.I own the ODB MX+
You'll need to hook it up to your Escape and have a look through the ForScan options. It should be listed under BCM (or BCMII?) You don't need the extended licence.I also didn't see anyone mention the process on how to reset the battery.
It's in the service functions part of forscan, not the module editing. Here's a quote from a different thread:
Link: DIY Battery Monitor System ResetThen I went to forscan website, downloaded and installed ForScan for windows free version 2.3.19 beta.
I did not apply Extended Licences.
Then I connected this BF32302 to my Escape. There is a box on the driver side marked as OBD II. Near the driver's left knee. Open the box and plug the adapter in.
Start FORScan on my laptop.
Insert car key and turn to On position, don't start the engine.
In Forscan, select Vehicle ( the First icon on top left), then click Connect icon at the bottom left. Connect FORScan to vehicle, follow the instructions in ForScan.
After FORSCan finds all modules, click the Service Functions (the wrench icon)
Click "BdyCM: Battery Monitoring System Reset"
Click Play button at the bottom left
Follow the on screen prompts
When finished Forscan reported that BMS was successfully reset.
Check/clear any DTCs
Disconnect FORScan from vehicle
Thank you! I need to do this and a few other edits before I sell this Escape to my sisterIt's in the service functions part of forscan, not the module editing. Here's a quote from a different thread:
Link: DIY Battery Monitor System Reset
There's also a hidden procedure to reset the BMS. It worked in my friend's 2013 Escape and I verified with forscan that the battery was reset to 0 days old.
Vehicles without rear fog light key:
Perform steps 1-3 within 10 seconds
1. Ignition ON, Engine OFF
2. Activate the bright headlight flasher 5 times.
3. Fully depress the brake pedal 3 times.
4. If the battery charge indicator lamp in the instrument cluster flashes 3 times in 15 seconds, then the reset was successful.
Edited to clarify that Step 2 uses the bright light switch, not the standard headlight knob.
|Double Horn Honk Disable||BCM||726-01-01||xx*x||xxxx||xxxx||disable = default hex minus 8|
|Bluetooth pair name||APIM||7D0-04-01||xxxx||xxxx||**xx||00=sync / 08=escape|