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by mechanicalmatch
2022 Aug 07, 21:41
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: How do you determine what bin file you are looking at?
Replies: 2
Views: 72

Re: How do you determine what bin file you are looking at?

Thats what I thought.

Yea I see that. Was just making sure I wasn't missing it. Thanks for clarifying
by mechanicalmatch
2022 Aug 07, 21:16
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: How do you determine what bin file you are looking at?
Replies: 2
Views: 72

How do you determine what bin file you are looking at?

I see the "filename" at the end of a bin file when looking at a hex editor, but is there any other way you can identify the "catch code" of the file? I don't see that code in any of the bins I look at. Maybe I am missing it?
by mechanicalmatch
2022 Aug 06, 19:09
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: ford box code strategy cross reference
Replies: 10
Views: 269

Re: ford box code strategy cross reference

motorhead1991 wrote: 2022 Aug 04, 02:44 I'd be happy to add whatever you like to OpenEEC as well as add you to it.
I would definitely like to add it to the OpenEEC project. Right now I want to get it straightened out and usable before we do that.
I do not get to work with excel much so this has been a nice project to learn a few more tricks. I will let you know. Thank you.
by mechanicalmatch
2022 Aug 05, 20:02
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: ford box code strategy cross reference
Replies: 10
Views: 269

Re: ford box code strategy cross reference

Updated with alot more information (46000 lines of data on the main page and multiple sheets from various sources). There is still alot of duplicates and sorting to do. I have mostly been concentrating on EEC-v stuff. If you have anything to contribute, please send it my way.
by mechanicalmatch
2022 Aug 05, 12:21
Forum: Additional Support
Topic: Service information request - post request here
Replies: 0
Views: 57

Service information request - post request here

Post request here for Ford related service information on a job you are doing, as built information per VIN, etc...
by mechanicalmatch
2022 Aug 03, 08:42
Forum: Additional Support
Topic: Motorcraft Wiring pigtail kits ID guide
Replies: 5
Views: 485

Re: Motorcraft Wiring pigtail kits ID guide

added motorcraft catalog from 2005 and 2020
by mechanicalmatch
2022 Jul 31, 14:16
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: ford box code strategy cross reference
Replies: 10
Views: 269

Re: ford box code strategy cross reference

Any idea what the "A" designation stand for in the hardware codes? According to the information at obdtester.com, they have the same part numbers as the non "A" designated modules. (as in MLC-462 and MLC-462A codes)
by mechanicalmatch
2022 Jul 31, 10:51
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: ford box code strategy cross reference
Replies: 10
Views: 269

Re: ford box code strategy cross reference

I have been pulling info from obdtester.com
I haven't looked at the openeec project in a while. I will look at it.
Thanks
by mechanicalmatch
2022 Jul 30, 23:02
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: ford box code strategy cross reference
Replies: 10
Views: 269

Re: ford box code strategy cross reference

If you have any data that you think could help that isn't posted on this site or linked from this site (I have already read the majority of information here), send it my way please. Thanks
by mechanicalmatch
2022 Jul 30, 22:55
Forum: Hardware, Programming & Disassembly
Topic: ford box code strategy cross reference
Replies: 10
Views: 269

Re: ford box code strategy cross reference

there is, but it is basic condensed information on the pcm's supported here. (very convenient to get an idea of what is covered here). problem i have had is when i need something that is not at my local junkyards, it gets difficult to search ebay and others when they usually list them by part number.

crap i just looked at what i uploaded and it was filtered and the filter drop down were removed. im not the greatest at excel.

fixed it. it should work as intended. only mlc-461 and ml-462 have part numbers and hardware codes populated.

my vision for this is to be a complete reference of all US ford eec iv and eev v part numbers to assist locating a module that will work for your project/job.

check it out one more time and let me know if you still feel the same.