Or will the PCM need reprogramming?
That's a good question.Or will the PCM need reprogramming?
Did your Star Scan show up?That's a good question.
I don't think the PCM would need reprogramming, but, I'm not 100% certain.
I thought - and I could be dead wrong - that the only difference with the Flex fuel vehicle (like mine) and a regular 4.7L is the material that the hoses are made out of.
I was told some time ago that he Flex Fuel vehicles have hoses that are made of an alcohol resistant material, which is supposed to make the hoses resistant to drying out & cracking.
I'm not aware of any programming differences, within the PCM for a Flex Fuel 4.7L and a regular gas 4.7L.
It would be good to know for future referenceI wonder if you reach out to one of the ecu programmers and asked them if there was a difference in programming - mabye they would know... maybe
You are correct; a Flex Fuel Vehicle would be listed as such;It would be good to know for future reference
Was looking at a donor Commander, the listing said Flex Fuel.
But there was no badge on the lift gate, and build sheet didn't list a Flex Fuel.
Sent an email requesting clarification.
@4GVN.ADV ;Isn't there a "P" in a certain location in the VIN that identifies the vehicle as flex?
@jklightner ;Did your Star Scan show up?
Maybe you'll run across some specific Flex Fuel parameters
Do you run across any E85?
When I was in Hawaii, the Costco carried E-Free