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Just curious because I know there are newer Ford and Lincoln models that “remembers” your auto hold settings and doesn’t reset every time you turn off the car. Of course you still have to buckle up for it to actually engage the brakes, but just want to know if it is doable for the MKCs via Forscan or any other tools.
Maybe @copbait knows?
 

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I have never looked into it, should be pretty easy thing to dig into, I imagine it would only require a change in the APIM. Next time I hook up the scanner I’ll take a look
 
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I have never looked into it, should be pretty easy thing to dig into, I imagine it would only require a change in the APIM. Next time I hook up the scanner I’ll take a look
I'd also appreciate you looking into it. I've seen someone enabling auto-hold on a Ford Mondeo (which has never shipped with auto-hold) by swapping out the ABS module, so my guess is that the ABS is responsible for this not APIM?
 

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Welcome to the forum @Alex_Wells. I will definitely look into it, I hope soon. By the way we have another Ukrainian member on here. I would think these cars would be difficult to get into your country, but there are at least two of you.
 

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Welcome to the forum @Alex_Wells. I will definitely look into it, I hope soon. By the way we have another Ukrainian member on here. I would think these cars would be difficult to get into your country, but there are at least two of you.
Thanks! I don't actually own an MKC, this was just the only relevant thread I could find. I own a Fusion Sport :)

These cars are purchased damaged from Copart/IAAI then shipped here. There are actually quite a lot of them here - 69 MKC on sale across Ukraine right now, but I believe there's at least a thousand of them in US spec here.
 
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