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Well I made some progress today. I was able to get Stop & Go to work. So many tidbits to cross reference and modules communicate to verify those tidbits are correct. Anyways I’m far from writing up the changes as I want to prove it out but I’ve been amazed with how autonomous it behaves. Still no luck with Intelligent ACC as I think there is still a setting that’s conflicting somewhere. The final piece of the puzzle is Lane Centering.

So about that. Ford won’t allow TJA (Stop & Go) without Lane Centering. As far as I’m aware you can’t enable one without the other. So that means I’ve made all the progress needed for it but because these don’t have the button on the wheel it means that you need to use the Driver Assistance menu in the Sync 4 screen. F-150 has this setting and I’ve enabled it but I believe I incorrectly also enabled the toggle in the IPC which is what older models used to enable the setting I believe.

Long story short I’m getting closer. To adding Lane Centering

Also I’m very cautiously positive that I can get cameras to work while driving. I will tackle that after this is set.

No updates on TTA still need to cross reference some more to confirm settings.
You sir are a hero.
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Has anyone determined if Sport mode is any different than Baja mode and then switching to 2H?

Is it worth adding? Or is Baja already giving us the same thing?
Yes it's definitely different. Sport keeps rpms high. Baja keeps rpms insanely high.

I've added both now so I can attest
 

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SPORT MODE! I know what I'm doing later this week!

It was a little hard to follow about ACC and Stop and Go. Right now I have the high package on my Badlands, and lane centering is already there and working. Is it now possible to add stop and go or am I missing hardware?
You are missing hardware. You also only have Lane Keeping. Not trying to sound picky it’s just totally different unfortunately from Lane Centering

High package comes with Lane Keeping which uses the camera mounted in every Bronco windshield to keep you from going over lane lines but doesn’t actively steer you until that point. For those without it it wouldn’t be too impossible (theoretically) to add Lane Keeping to any trim level. The only hardware change is the steering wheel button. Lots of programming however.

Lane Centering will actively keep you in the center of the lane and requires Adaptive Cruise Control hardware to function as it is packaged in an enhanced version called ACC with Stop & Go. For those without ACC you would need to add it for starters which requires the CCM (Cruise Control Module), the calibration that it would need, and the steering wheel buttons from a Lux package. Extensive programming and I’m not quite finished with the full ACC S&G feature set but ACC itself would be some work on its own without it.
 
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You are missing hardware. You also only have Lane Keeping. Not trying to sound picky it’s just totally different unfortunately from Lane Centering

This is what is needed to add it to an F150. (xing out numbers so people don't order wrongfully in a random google search)

Harness part number: LC3Z-xxxxxx-A (harness for front bumper which has connectors for fog lights and ACC module - the vehicle-side connector already has wiring to support ACC)
ACC Module: LB5Z-xxxxxx-AB (different than the HC3Z-xxxxxxx-A sensor used on previous years)
Module mounting plate: unknown (I'm mounting it to the winch fairlead mounting bracket, so I don't need this, but if you don't have the Ford winch, you'll need bracket parts)
Mounting stud: Wxxxxxx-xxxxx (one of these is needed if mounting to the winch fairlead bracket)
Tow hook cover: Lxxxxxx-xxxx-E
HUD Display: FL3Z-xxxxxxx-A
ACC Steering Wheel switch: FL3Z-xxxxx-BA
Center trim: LC3Z-xxxx-BA

Until parts are easier to search for (I can't find ford part for the ACC module thus far for sale) this is what I am going off of. Sounds like we have the cover already, I don't think the Bronco's have the HUD? So it would be the module, harness (be curious if people with Fogs, already even have the right harness), steering wheel switch, and hardware. I am sure there will be something else, as there always is.
 

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This is what is needed to add it to an F150. (xing out numbers so people don't order wrongfully in a random google search)

Harness part number: LC3Z-xxxxxx-A (harness for front bumper which has connectors for fog lights and ACC module - the vehicle-side connector already has wiring to support ACC)
ACC Module: LB5Z-xxxxxx-AB (different than the HC3Z-xxxxxxx-A sensor used on previous years)
Module mounting plate: unknown (I'm mounting it to the winch fairlead mounting bracket, so I don't need this, but if you don't have the Ford winch, you'll need bracket parts)
Mounting stud: Wxxxxxx-xxxxx (one of these is needed if mounting to the winch fairlead bracket)
Tow hook cover: Lxxxxxx-xxxx-E
HUD Display: FL3Z-xxxxxxx-A
ACC Steering Wheel switch: FL3Z-xxxxx-BA
Center trim: LC3Z-xxxx-BA

Until parts are easier to search for (I can't find ford part for the ACC module thus far for sale) this is what I am going off of. Sounds like we have the cover already, I don't think the Bronco's have the HUD? So it would be the module, harness (be curious if people with Fogs, already even have the right harness), steering wheel switch, and hardware. I am sure there will be something else, as there always is.
Sounds expensive :)

You are missing hardware. You also only have Lane Keeping. Not trying to sound picky it’s just totally different unfortunately from Lane Centering

High package comes with Lane Keeping which uses the camera mounted in every Bronco windshield to keep you from going over lane lines but doesn’t actively steer you until that point. For those without it it wouldn’t be too impossible (theoretically) to add Lane Keeping to any trim level. The only hardware change is the steering wheel button. Lots of programming however.

Lane Centering will actively keep you in the center of the lane and requires Adaptive Cruise Control hardware to function as it is packaged in an enhanced version called ACC with Stop & Go. For those without ACC you would need to add it for starters which requires the CCM (Cruise Control Module), the calibration that it would need, and the steering wheel buttons from a Lux package. Extensive programming and I’m not quite finished with the full ACC S&G feature set but ACC itself would be some work on its own without it.
Thanks! All clear now. I'll be quite happy with no double honk and sport mode :D
 

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I enabled sport mode on my 2.3 manual badlands today. Its a small but noticeable change, the response an torque available when first opening the throttle has improved. Even with the SAS wheels and tires I have on, it feels pretty spunky, and has made me decide to hold off any throttle booster purchases for now. I will test the other modes during the week, but all 8 of them show up on the screen now, not sure why they did not do this from the factory.
 

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What are the chances of being able to add 4A through Forscan + updating the switch?
 

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What are the chances of being able to add 4A through Forscan + updating the switch?
Advanced 4x4 which includes the 4A mode uses an entirely different transfer case unfortunately.

Side note but I realized this is why in Ford service documents it says Sport mode defaults to 2H but this is a blanket statement to cover vehicles with standard 4x4 transfer cases.
 

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Duh, that makes sense.

I didn’t even realize 4A was available on a manual BD until the other day…
 

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Barely tested it but I have enabled Sport Mode on a Badlands. What's curious is that it shifts to 4A when you enable this. . Also I have only just enabled it, drove 20 feet and then went back inside. It appears to work but I will confirm soon. I do now have all 8 modes in the SDM. I can't confirm the options listed below are guarantees I just compared a VIN for each trim and correlated the factory G.O.A.T. mode choices to the As-Builts. Seeing how Sport Mode was easily enabled I am fairly confident this is the DIY for all 8 modes on any trim.

I have updated the table with potential ability to turn off modes if you so desire. I have not tested them yet. Flashing the ABS module will throw many codes in it and you will need to clear DTC's. For many who might be new to ForScan and even those who are not, it's my recommendation to clear codes before you write a change (if present) and definitely after each write of a change you make. You don't want to lose communication with a module and not know it until you've finished doing other things.


Add/Change G.O.A.T. Modes in the ABS As-Built
ABS760-04-02x*xxxxxxxxx--Need mode confirmation
0=Eco?Sand?Slippery? Off
1=Eco?Sand?Slippery? On
ABS760-04-02xxxxx*xxxxx--Need mode confirmation
0=Eco?Sand?Slippery? Off
1=Eco?Sand?Slippery? On
ABS760-04-03x*xxxxxxxxx--Need mode confirmation
0=Eco?Sand?Slippery? Off
1=Eco?Sand?Slippery? On
ABS760-04-03xxxxx*xxxx--0=Baja Off
2=Baja On
ABS760-04-03xxxxxxx*xx--1= Rock Crawl Off
3=Rock Crawl On
ABS760-04-03xxxxxxxx*x--2=Mud/Ruts Off
A=Mud/Ruts On
ABS760-04-03xxxxxxxxx*--9=Sport Mode Off
B=Sport Mode On

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My first edition is getting this done as soon as I get it this week or next, hope it shows up early estimated November 20th to the 26th.
 

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Do we have an "active exhaust"? I want it always open to hear the V8 ;) on Forscan?
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No we don't. That bottom table is old, speculative, and essentially copied from the F-150 Raptor. I Would recommend against using it for anything.
 

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Anyone have recommendations for a good OBD adapter?
 
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