To keep the momentum going from 2021, we just added 2022 F-150 to the Flashcal#1545, and the new configuration from Ford means we have numerous optional controls for it that were not possible on the earlier generation of F-150.
Flashpaq’s All New Features and Options for 2021-2022 Ford F-150:
Auto Start/Stop: Disables the Auto S/S and keeps it off every time you restart the vehicle after that, and can be re-enabled any time with the Flashcal.
Enable fog light “Bambi Mode”: Simultaneous use of fog lights with high-beams.
Honk Warning: Disables the 2-honk warning when driver exits a running vehicle with the key fob in-hand.
Enable “Police Dark Car”: Turns off most cabin and exterior lights when the door is opened. This feature is often desired by hunters and campers.
Daytime Running Lights: Enables or disables the daytime running lights, without having to navigate the Ford SYNC® menus.
Auto Lights Display: Selects the duration of time the headlights stay illuminated after the driver exits, for 0, 5, 10, 20, 60, or 120 seconds.
Auto Lock Disable/Enable: The F-150 will automatically lock its doors when the vehicle reaches about 15 mph. Flashpaq can turn this off so it will wait until manually triggered by the driver.
Remote Unlock All Doors/Driver Door: Choose whether the first press of the unlock button on the key FOB unlocks all doors or driver only.
Remote Start Duration: Adjusts vehicle running time after activation with optional durations of 0, 5, 10, and 15 mins.
Also Contains Flashpaq’s Classic Features:
Axle Ratio: Calibrates vehicle speedometer for changes in axle ratios of 3.15, 3.31, 3.55, 3.73, 4.10, and 4.56.
TPMS System Disable: TPMS can be turned off altogether for switching to aftermarket wheels without sensors. System can also be reenabled at any time with Flashcal.
Independent TPMS threshold: With TPMS enabled, the front and rear axles can be set to different warning thresholds, from 1– 90 psi.
Tire Size: The enter the measured height in inches, in a range of 28” – 40” for an accurate speedometer reading after changing to taller or shorter rubber, and the rest of the calculations are done for you.