Yep, already took mine in for it. They just disconnect a connection in the wire and inspect it for corrosion, then put some dielectric grease in it and reconnect it and call it good. If they find corrosion they replace the wiring.
I am so sorry guys, I screwed up the title and just noticed it. I had the EGR recall on the brain. No it does not have EGR in the title and nothing to do with the EGR. Rest assured!@wreedsvt - no recall notice in my FordPass app...?
Does the recall really have EGR in the title? Or maybe it was EBH (Engine Block Heater)?
I think this is why @kdjasper was asking (with good reason), as everyone here is a little "gun-shy" about anything related to the EGR systems on or trucks after FSA 18E02...
May want to fix the title of this thread if it was a typo...
Is that the actual cord swap, or did they just cut off the prongs?I recently had the cord replacement done and i am not really impressed with the outcome of the job. Has anyone else had the Cord swap done? Does it look the same as mine.
Did they replace the whole cord back to the connector on the engine?Yes, That is the actual cord swap. The oem cord was a molded cord and Edison plug. I thought this might just be mistake or inexperienced tech performing the modification. I guess as long as it doesn't catch fire and heats the block that is what counts. I am new to the forum and looking for some advice on Forscan. I don't see any threads that specifically refer to Forscan. Are you aware of any?