Ford Powerstroke 6.7L crankcase vent collar kit FSA 17M04 S2
I am doing a PCM software update on a 2014 Ford F350 6.7L Powerstroke. I get these messages that I have attached asking if the CCV collar kit has been installed. I have verified by the pictures provided in IDS that it has not been installed on this truck. I have a copy of the FSA 17M04 document but not the FSA 17M04 S2 document. It appears to me according to the picture that the collar kit is simply a section of heat shrink that is shrunk over the existing CCV connection. Am I correct on this or what does the FSA 17M04 S2 document show to do.
Thanks for your help
An update to this post. I performed the CCV update PN FC3Z-6A603-A and here is the installation document that came with the part.
When I enter the VIN provided, these are the options it shows me: diag.net/file/f6itriyfv… These seem to match up to what you indicated ("2014 Ford F350 6.7L"). In what way are these wrong, is the vehicle not a Super Duty, or is it not one of the submodels listed there (Lariat, XL, XLT)?
When I paste the VIN number in it does not decode it. The VIN number just sits there and does not decode. When I go to manually type in the vehicle year make and model it was only giving me options for the 2014 E-series vans. Maybe it is a problem with my connection. My internet does get routed through a business internet filter.
That's strange, can you let me know what browser/version/OS you're on, so I can try to reproduce it there? Since it's working for me, I've gone ahead and edited your message to have the correct vin/vehicle tagged.
I am using Windows 10 version 1809 with OS build … and Google Chrome Version … (Official Build) (64-bit). Regards.
The CCV sensor had a high failure rate and would set a DTC for CCV hose disconnected and was only available with the crankcase breather on certain years. Ford decided to update the software to do away with the CCV sensor, meaning they needed to make the CCV connection at the lower intake a permanent seal. Otherwise, if the hose were left off crankcase vapors would be venting into the atmosphere…
OK. That makes sense. According to 17M04 it appears like it has to have codes set for Ford to install it free of charge. This truck is not exhibiting any CCV codes. I am updating the PCM software for a separate concern as stated in 17M04. The truck has some intermittent DPF/DEF issues and there are software updates available for it. I wanted to be legal and do the CCV collar update kit at the…
CCV collar kit FC3Z-6A603-A This vehicle also has 15M02 & 18M01 availible
Thanks for the reply and the note about the other SSM's. Interestingly this truck did not have any codes stored or active when it arrived at the shop. The customer states he had been seeing a message indicating speed would be decrease after next ignition cycle. We test drove it for 1.5 hrs and could not get it to set any codes or messages on dash. I was watching the DPF load percentage for the…
We did the CCV collar update kit and i wanted to post the instruction sheet that came with it for anyone else's future reference.. CCV Collar update service kit installation instructions SKFC3Q-6A603-AA