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Hello. Ok so I did the Ford Performance upgrade. Installed the Cold Air Intake. Downloaded and flashed the tune. I got the Update Successful message. Unplugged everything and went to start my mustang and now I’m getting OBD codes P0522 & P0523 at the same time. Push button won’t start the car. Is it possible to get something like this due to the battery needing charging?

Codes are: Engine Oil Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Conditions and Engine Oil Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Conditions

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That’s what it was. Tune ran the battery down. Put it on the charger for awhile and it cranked right up.
 

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If you read the instructions for those tuners they usually have a warning at the start stating you need to ensure your battery is fully charged before starting the backup or update procedures. You're lucky the update completed successfully before the battery got below the voltage threshold. Having the battery die in the middle of an update procedure can potentially brick your cars ECM.

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I had the dealer install my FPP upgrade and noticed the following:

1. Not much performance difference after I drove away from the dealership, but I could hear the engine had a more distinct rumble from the new air intake, which I liked.
2. After about 160 miles, my stang woke up and turbo lag was practically gone. Very pleased about that.
3. When I'm travelling down the freeway @ 65mph, if I step hard on the gas, my neck snaps back into my headrest and the car flys away climbing to 80mph in just a couple of seconds. She never could do that before. It had always felt like there was no extra power available above 5K rpm.
4. 0 - 60 time is now 5.5 secs. It was 5.8 before the tune. But I'm hoping after a few hundred miles more, 0 - 60 time will improve even more.
5. Trip computer highway mpg average has not dropped. Still reports about 32 mpg. I never measured city mpg before (too many variables), but it feels the same.
6. Overall, very pleased with the the Ford tune!
 

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I had the dealer install my FPP upgrade and noticed the following:

1. Not much performance difference after I drove away from the dealership, but I could hear the engine had a more distinct rumble from the new air intake, which I liked.
2. After about 160 miles, my stang woke up and turbo lag was practically gone. Very pleased about that.
3. When I'm travelling down the freeway @ 65mph, if I step hard on the gas, my neck snaps back into my headrest and the car flys away climbing to 80mph in just a couple of seconds. She never could do that before. It had always felt like there was no extra power available above 5K rpm.
4. 0 - 60 time is now 5.5 secs. It was 5.8 before the tune. But I'm hoping after a few hundred miles more, 0 - 60 time will improve even more.
5. Trip computer highway mpg average has not dropped. Still reports about 32 mpg. I never measured city mpg before (too many variables), but it feels the same.
6. Overall, very pleased with the the Ford tune!
Do you know if the pro cal 3 tune changes top speed? My ecoboost mustang is starting to learn the tune, but I can still only hit 121 mph. I was under the impression that the performance pack changes top speed, does it? does any one know ?
 

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According to exterra1 on mustangecoboost.net...

"Also, if you add an after market tune or even the Ford Peformance tune, you're speed limit will change. Like I said, mine flew past 120 and I didn't shut down until it hit right at 130, and it was still pulling".
 

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According to exterra1 on mustangecoboost.net...

"Also, if you add an after market tune or even the Ford Peformance tune, you're speed limit will change. Like I said, mine flew past 120 and I didn't shut down until it hit right at 130, and it was still pulling".
so, did your ecoboost come with the performance pack from the factory? I know you said you added the pro cal 3 setup, but was your stang stock? My car won't go past 121 mph. I'm not sure if the pro cal 3 tune hasn't fully realized itself, or if my car is just stuck at 121.
 

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2019 Eco w/ PP

Got my FPP installed at dealer and now my car is locked to 80mph, there are no MyKeys setup just 2 Admin keys. Created a MyKey and cleared them off, restarted car and still stuck at 80mph. Called dealer and they are puzzled saying they dont know what it could be. Saw on another forum that someone had a similar issue with their SCT tune and took it to dealer and they had to "flash the PCM with a IDS tool." Anything i can tell the dealer to clarify this more, they seem confused.
 

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It seems to me that the dealer should just reflash your PCM with the Ford PP Tune software. The Ford PP warranty is good for up to 36 months or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first. The IDS Tool refers to the Ford Integrated Diagnostic Software which runs on their laptop. This is the same tool they used when they flashed your tune the first time. Ford has been using this tool for years on all their cars and trucks.
 
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