2021 Bronco ForScan Thread

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That is my #1 hope for Forscan with the Bronco. As far as I know, there is no hardware limitation (or rational reason) Badlands shouldn't be able to have Sport.
I've seen that people were able to enable other drive modes on their Mustang with this, so I'm hoping it will be possible with the Bronco as well.
Ditto! I would love to swap ECO for Sport mode, and keep the Rock Crawl :)





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I am new to the Ford ecoSystem (or will be soon) and first off, thank you for all of your work. Because I am new, my comparison will be to what I know...is this similar to ‘BimmerCode’? When I purchased my M2, there was a forum about plugging a device into the OBDII and using the app BimmerCode to increase RDLs, move mirrors, remote start, etc. it’s been amazing (and I’m so glad there are people smarter than me out there who can do this!). Curious if it is similar...if so, would it be worthwhile to create/edit a similar app? I happily paid for this ability and figured your hard work should be appreciated.

thanks again, and look forward to getting the most out of my bronco!!
Yes. Like Bimmercode.
 

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I simply want to disable all the annoying "Nanny Chimes" and the dreaded double-honk. Also disable auto-lock if they have managed to incorporate that into the stick shift.

Start/Stop won't be that bad on the manual, as I almost never idle in neutral.
 

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Tell me I'm not the only one that read that thread title differently on first glance... Then was disappointed. 😔
 

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So you thought it was about Fortran and got all misty eyed about those good old programming days? :LOL:
Ummm... Yeaaaah. That's what I thought. Nailed it. Lol 😯😉
 

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Start/Stop won't be that bad on the manual, as I almost never idle in neutral.
Hopefully a dumb, maybe already-answered, question: does start/stop engage if you're _rolling/coasting_ in neutral?

I prefer changing brake pads more often to prolong clutch life and so generally avoid downshifting when coming to a stop...maybe I'm doing it wrong...but if start/stop gets in that mix it will be irritating...
 

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I'll be looking to enable "one pedal" on a Badlands 2.3/auto. I assume I'd have to change out the GOAT selector as there's a hard button in the middle to enable it. Only because I don't have it in my build, and only if it's relatively easy to swap the selector. :)
 

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Anyone figure out how to unlock the Remote start after purchasing the key fob with the remote start button. Can get my badlands to acknowledge the key fob but will only remote start it with the key in the cubby and won't lock or unlock the doors. I know I can start it with my phone but its annoying when the baby is angry and I have my keys in my hand. I did get an actual ford fob.
 

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Hopefully a dumb, maybe already-answered, question: does start/stop engage if you're _rolling/coasting_ in neutral?

I prefer changing brake pads more often to prolong clutch life and so generally avoid downshifting when coming to a stop...maybe I'm doing it wrong...but if start/stop gets in that mix it will be irritating...
This might be an answer for the start stop annoyance.

https://www.autostopeliminator.com/
 

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