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Ok cool and thanks for looking into that. If you do find a solution please let me know. I'd love to be able to turn those on at any given speed. My friend who helps with all my installs is pretty savvy with wiring and electrical so we could probably do anything within reason.
Here's a link to a YouTube that someone did on an F-150 jumping the wire that goes to the speed relay allowing them to run the lights at any time. If your buddy is good at electrical this may give him some areas to start looking.
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We can make a copy and open up edit permissions for several of us to edit/maintain if folks are up for it.
I'll make a copy of it. I'm not the owner of the spreadsheet.

If you guys keep me in line I will try to update. Or you can suggest 2 or 3 captains that I will add as editors
 

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I'll make a copy of it. I'm not the owner of the spreadsheet.

If you guys keep me in line I will try to update. Or you can suggest 2 or 3 captains that I will add as editors
Thanks for offering! I'm happy to help edit/update. I haven't been experimenting much with changes after adding Sport, and turning of various dings and honks, but I love to nerd out on this stuff and try to keep current on this thread.
 
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A few of you have already reached out. I will make anyone else who reaches out a "commenter" so they can point out specifics on the document for the editors to assess.
 

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A few of you have already reached out. I will make anyone else who reaches out a "commenter" so they can point out specifics on the document for the editors to assess.
Let's make sure the turning signal, volume down makes it on the sheet. Thanks for captaining.
 
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Let's make sure the turning signal, volume down makes it on the sheet. Thanks for captaining.
If you know the specifics of it, can point us right to it
 

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If you know the specifics of it, can point us right to it
I was afraid you might ask that. Someone mentioned it in passing in another thread, I made the change, but didn't right it down. It is an enable feature not an "as built". I will get in to forscan and report back.
 

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If you know the specifics of it, can point us right to it
Run the IPC module configuration.

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Then set the Turn Signal Speed Sensitive Volume to Enabled.

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Click on Write to program the setting and follow the subsequent prompts.
 

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in case you were curious, the triple ding at startup can be disabled on the bronco identical to the super duty.


Disables Triple Ding at Start UpIPC720-01-02xxxxx2--


did it today and it works. and it's fabulous to not have all the dinging at startup, open doors, etc!
 

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in case you were curious, the triple ding at startup can be disabled on the bronco identical to the super duty.


Disables Triple Ding at Start UpIPC720-01-02xxxxx2--


did it today and it works. and it's fabulous to not have all the dinging at startup, open doors, etc!
No shit. I thought that was Key in Ignition - which helped some of the dings. Then there were others that didn’t go. Thanks! Doing that asap.
 
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in case you were curious, the triple ding at startup can be disabled on the bronco identical to the super duty.


Disables Triple Ding at Start UpIPC720-01-02xxxxx2--


did it today and it works. and it's fabulous to not have all the dinging at startup, open doors, etc!
I think we had this as "disable key in ignition chime" but i added it anyway
 

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Base speaker configuration stuff:

ACM - 727-01-01
  • Front Speakers: xx**-xxxx-xxxx
    • 2B = As-Built
    • 3B = Front-left speaker disable
    • 2F = Front-right speaker disable
    • FF = Front-disable
  • Rear Speakers / Sub: xxxx-**xx-xxxx
    • 14 = As-Built (6-speaker)
    • 16 = As-Built (7-speaker)
    • 00 = Full-range to rear pods* (6-speaker)
    • 02 = Full-range to rear pods* (7-speaker)
    • 34 = Left-rear pod disable (6-speaker)
    • 36 = Left-rear pod disable (7-speaker)
    • 1C = Right-rear pod disable (6-speaker)
    • 1E = Right-rear pod disable (7-speaker)
    • FE = Sub-only (7-speaker)
    • FC = Pods & Sub disable
*Note that if are changing the rear pod speakers you'll also want to set the EQ setting already in the spreadsheet.
 
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Base speaker configuration stuff:

ACM - 727-01-01
  • Front Speakers: xx**-xxxx-xxxx
    • 2B = As-Built
    • 3B = Front-left speaker disable
    • 2F = Front-right speaker disable
    • FF = Front-disable
  • Rear Speakers / Sub: xxxx-**xx-xxxx
    • 14 = As-Built (6-speaker)
    • 16 = As-Built (7-speaker)
    • 00 = Full-range to rear pods* (6-speaker)
    • 02 = Full-range to rear pods* (7-speaker)
    • 34 = Left-rear pod disable (6-speaker)
    • 36 = Left-rear pod disable (7-speaker)
    • 1C = Right-pod disable (6-speaker)
    • 1E = Right-pod-disable (7-speaker)
    • FE = Sub-only (7-speaker)
    • FC = Pods & Sub disable
*Note that if are changing the rear pod speakers you'll also want to set the EQ setting already in the spreadsheet.

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Has anyone figured out how to modify the goat modes.... for instance have normal mode have sport steering, off road suspension and aggressive throttle as its default. I'm guessing these are settings that could be changed if they could be found......
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