Flashcal’s Making Progress with 2022 Ford F150


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.

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