Ford Kuga Owners Club Forums banner
1 - 3 of 3 Posts

·
Registered
2013 Titanium X with 2017 Powershift Conversion.
Joined
·
2,233 Posts
Best case it will drive poorly, worse case you'll end up wrecking the clutches in the gearbox.

If you don't know what you're doing leave well alone, there's post after post on the FORScan forums where people have bricked modules messing around.

Use it for reading DTCs, leave the module configuration well alone.
 

·
Registered
2013 Titanium X with 2017 Powershift Conversion.
Joined
·
2,233 Posts
we

repeat what ?😬


Isn’t powershift used for petrol also, or m i wrong?!🤔
Where abouts in the world are you?.

There are 2 Powershift variants, a 6DCT250 dry clutch used in some small engined petrol Fords (which was a disaster basically) and the 6DCT450 which was used with a 2l Petrol engine early on (very rarely), the majority were mated to the 1.5 and 2l Diesel engines.

The Kuga never came with a Petrol Engine and a Powershift 6DCT450 in the UK.

If your car is equipped with the 6F35 Torqe Converter Automatic telling the PCM or Central Configuration it has a Powershift is daft at best, saying that maybe give it go and let us know how you got on?.
 
1 - 3 of 3 Posts
Top