Hello everyone, everything good?
I have a Ford Fusion 2013 AWD 2.0 Ecoboost Titanium (Gasoline) that already has the factory Adaptive ACC System (automatically deactivates when the speed drops below 30 km p/h), this is the most complete version available in Brazil.
I started reading several posts about ACC with Stop And Go and decided to try to implement it. I realized that it is a very daring project, as it requires a lot of tests, replacement and adaptation of several modules.
Even so, I started, briefly replaces the ABS module (CADS3), ABS rear sensors, IPC, SCCM, CCM, IPM-A and GWM, all of the Fusion 2018 Titanium, which has the native Stop And Go system.
Now, for the system to work, I arrived at the last limiting point, the PCM module, which I’m thinking of flashing and updating , as to replace it would need PATS to write the keys. Thought I’d use Fusion 2018’s PCM calibration as well.
My doubts are as follows: my PCM’s original strategy file is “DS7A-14C204-VP” and Fusion 2018’s is “HS7A-14C204-ADH”, both have a size of 4194304 Bytes.
The bootloader obviously also changes, is it possible to perform this calibration update or is there a big risk of bricking my PCM?
Other doubts, the Fusion 2018 has a rotary ball style exchange, mine is with a lever (but both are 6-speed automatic, model 6f35) and the engine changes the power, the 2013 has 240cv and the 2018 248cv, could be a problem too ?