PATS Issue? Or something else? Help!

Discussion in '2011+ Mustang GT 5.0L Tech' started by nataliekaye91, Apr 2, 2018.

  1. nataliekaye91

    nataliekaye91 Junior Member

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    *Problem solved* FINALLY! Put the wrong year PCM in the car which put the PATS system on red alert. Swapped the good one in and the car started.
     
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  2. brembo12

    brembo12 Junior Member

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    You have to have the proper EEC part number. The kicker is the code you will see on the side. Mine is a ZFK0. The code is required to match properly. The keys will have to be programmed via IDS/PATS etc......

    CR3Z-12A650-ABB Eec Module 1
    ECM

    MUSTANG; 5.0L; BOSS; CODE VKU0

    $428.25 $282.65 CR3Z-12A650-ACC Eec Module 1
    ECM

    MUSTANG; 5.0L; BOSS; CODE ZFK0

    $386.62 $255.17 CR3Z-12A650-ADC Eec Module 1
    ECM

    MUSTANG; 5.0L; BOSS; CODE ZKD0

    $761.90 $502.85 BR3Z-6C315-B Crankshaft Position Sensor
    MUSTANG; 5.0L

    $22.87 $13.84 CR3Z-12A650-AFB Eec Module 1
    ECM

    MUSTANG; 5.0L; BOSS; CODE YGK0

    $976.15 $644.26
     
  3. Gabe

    Gabe Whippled Coyote

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    That's cool but did you see the post right above yours? :)
     
  4. brembo12

    brembo12 Junior Member

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    The part numbers are required for full disclosure. :) Even the dealer was not aware of the 4 character code which is clearly displayed in the parts listing.
     
    Last edited: May 18, 2018