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Quick Tip: Ford® Lane Departure Reset
Applies To: APOLLO-D8™, APOLLO-D9™, ETHOS® Edge, ETHOS® PRO, ETHOS® Tech, MODIS Edge™, MODIS Ultra™, SOLUS Edge™, SOLUS Ultra®, VERUS® Edge, VERUS® PRO, ZEUS®
In under a minute you can see how to use your Snap-on car diagnostic tool to do a lane departure calibration on 2013 & newer Fords.
Have you got to carry out a lane departure reset on a Ford model? That’s no problem with the latest Snap-on diagnostic software.
With the scan tool hooked up to this Ford Edge, in Category View we’re going to look for Image Processing Module A (Lane Assist) then go into that, Functional Tests, Special Functions, and choose Lane Departure Warning System Camera Alignment.
The reset is required if a vehicle’s rearview mirror has been removed or replaced, or if its windshield has been removed or replaced.
The scan tool will tell you that you need to make sure the following conditions are met to complete the service function:
- The battery voltage is between 12 and 15 volts
- On-demand self-test is not executed during this procedure
- Programmable Module Installation was performed if Image Processing Module A was replaced
The procedure will require the vehicle to be driven for approximately ten minutes to align the camera so follow the next batch of instructions for the road test, and then what to look for in order to confirm the alignment completion on a previously-aligned camera.
Hit continue then drive the vehicle to recalibrate, and once the procedure is complete the calibration is set.
Learn more about the different types of Driver Assistance systems recalibration coverage Snap-on offers.
Last Updated: August 14, 2020