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RCM FAULT REPORTING USING DTCS ANDBIT-MAPPED PARAMETER IDENTIFIERS (PIDS)—SERVICE TIPSTSB 07-12-32003-2006 Lincoln LSFORD:2006 Zephyr2001-2007 Crown Victoria2007 MKZ2002-2007 Taurus2003-2005 Aviator2004-2007 Focus2003-2007 Navigator2005-2007 Five Hundred, Freestyle, Mustang2006-2007 Mark LT2006-2007 Fusion2001-2003 Explorer SportMERCURY:2001-2007 Explorer Sport Trac2001-2007 Grand Marquis2002-2003 Windstar2002-2005 Sable2002-2007 Explorer2005-2007 Montego2003-2007 Expedition2006-2007 Milan2004-2007 F-150, Freestar2002-2007 Mountaineer2005-2007 Escape Hybrid, Escape2004-2007 Monterey2007 E-Series2005-2007 Mariner2006-2007 Mariner HybridLINCOLN:2001-2007 Town CarThis article supersedes TSB 07-7-8 to update thevehicle application.ISSUEVarious 2001-2007 vehicles are equipped with arestraints control module (RCM) that reportdiagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) which providegeneral fault information. These DTCs requireaccessing the associated bit-mapped PIDs (faultPIDs) to identify the specific fault. Most 2001-2006Workshop Manuals (WSM) were written using NewGeneration STAR Tester (NGS) terminology andnavigation which does not translate well when usingIntegrated Diagnostic System (IDS), PortableDiagnostic Software (PDS) or Worldwide DiagnosticSystem (WDS).ACTIONRefer to the Service Tips to assist with navigationof both the WSM and the scan tool being used.SERVICE TIPSDTCs And Associated Fault PIDs DescriptionMany of the continuous memory and on-demandDTCs that can be present in the RCM providegeneral fault information and require accessing theassociated bit-mapped PIDs (fault PIDs) to identifythe specific concern. DTCs that use fault PIDs areconceptually different from conventional DTCs.Conventional DTCs identify a specific concern for agiven component and point to a particular diagnosticpath. In the diagnostic path, PIDs are sometimesused to determine the root cause.DTCs that use fault PIDs do not identify the specificconcern. The DTC identifies the component(s) ortype of component(s) in which the concern exists.The next level, fault PIDs, identifies the specificdevice and fault condition. Fault PIDs are availablefor both on-demand (active) and continuous memory(historic or intermittent) DTCs. A scan tool must beused to view the DTCs and their fault PIDs. Thetable lists those DTCs that are supported byassociated fault PIDs. (Figures 1-5)NOTE: The information in Technical Service Bulletins is intended for use by trained, professional technicians with the knowledge, tools, and equipment to dothe job properly and safely. It informs these technicians of conditions that may occur on some vehicles, or provides information that could assist in propervehicle service. The procedures should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers”. Do not assume that a condition described affects your car or truck. Contact aFord, Lincoln, or Mercury dealership to determine whether the Bulletin applies to your vehicle. Warranty Policy and Extended Service Plan documentationdetermine Warranty and/or Extended Service Plan coverage unless stated otherwise in the TSB article.The information in this Technical Service Bulletin(TSB) was current at the time of printing. Ford Motor Company reserves the right to supercede this information with updates.The most recent information isavailable through Ford Motor Company’s on-line technical resources.Copyright 2007 Ford Motor Company Online Publication Date June 6, 2007PAGE 1

TSB 07-12-3 (Continued)VIEWING FAULT PIDS USING SCAN TOOLS4.WSM Direction to FLAG DTC/View Fault PIDsThe information in viewing fault PIDs in the WSMhas evolved over the years as the scan tools havetransitioned. Examples of how the WSM may directyou to view fault PIDs are: FLAG DTC XXXXX/Record All Flagged Faults(2001-2006 WSMs) View and Record DTC XXXXX Fault PIDs (2007WSM) DataLogger/View and Record DTC XXXXX FaultPids (2008 and future WSMs)In each instance the direction is the same (viewfault PIDs to identify the specific component andfault condition) but how they are accessed by thescan tools, as well as the scan tool terminology, willvary.FLAG the DTC - View the Fault PIDsFor example, the “Flag” DTC feature is specific toNGS/NGS . When using IDS/PDS it is necessary toview the fault PIDs from DataLogger.Using IDS/PDSNOTEWHEN USING IDS/PDS, MOVE THE CURSOROVER THE PID OR SELECT THE PID TODISPLAY ITS DEFINITION AT THE BOTTOM OFTHE SCREEN. WHEN USING PDS, HIGHLIGHTOR MOVE THE STYLUS OVER THE PID TO SEETHE PID DEFINITION.1.Perform a self test of the RCM and/or OCSmodule to retrieve on-demand and continuousmemory DTCs.2.To view the fault PIDs associated with anon-demand DTC:a. Toolboxb. DataLoggerc. Modulesd. RCM3.Monitor all “ OD” PID(s) matching the DTCpresent; follow diagnostic procedure for the PIDthat reads “FAULT”. For example, a B2296 fault is present. InDataLogger the fault PID 2296 18 OD PIDreads “FAULT” indicating a front internalcrash sensor fault.PAGE 2To view the fault PIDs associated with acontinuous memory DTC:a. Toolboxb. DataLoggerc. Modulesd. RCM5.Monitor all “ CM” PID(s) matching the DTCpresent; follow diagnostic procedure for the PIDthat reads “FAULT”. For example, a B2296 fault is present. InDataLogger the fault PID 2296 18 CM PIDreads “FAULT” indicating a front internalcrash sensor fault.IDS/PDS Fault PID Naming ConventionsThe fault PIDs as displayed on IDS/PDS uses astrategy associating it with the DTC. For example,the fault PIDs 2296 18 OD and 2296 18 CM breakdown as follows: 2296 - The DTC number minus the “B” (body) or“C” (chassis) designation. 18 - An identifier used to distinguish betweeneach of the fault PIDs associated with the DTC. OD - Identifies the fault PID as an on-demandfault. CM - Identifies the fault PID as a continuousmemory (intermittent) fault.NOTETHE DTCS AND FAULT PIDS SUPPORTED BY AVEHICLE WILL VARY DEPENDING ON VEHICLEEQUIPMENT.Table lists each of the fault PIDs as displayed onIDS/PDS and their description. (Figures 1-5)WARRANTY STATUS: Information Only

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2003-2006 Lincoln LS FORD: 2006 Zephyr 2001-2007 Crown Victoria 2007 MKZ 2002-2007 Taurus 2003-2005 Aviator 2004-2007 Focus 2003-2007 Navigator 2005-2007 Five Hundred, Freestyle, Mustang 2006-2007 Mark LT 2006-2007 Fusion 2001-2003 Explorer Sport MERCURY: 2001-2007 Explorer Sport Trac 2001-2007

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