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  1. There's a forum for Ford sync stuff. Maybe folks there can offer suggestions... https://fordsyncforum.com
  2. PWFX

    USB ports

    Well, it's a 2020 so I'm guessing it's very much under warranty. There are 3 elements in play... your device, the connection cord, the sync system. If you've already ruled out the connection cord that leaves 2 elements. Can you make a good connection going the wireless bluetooth route? Does someone in your family, or a friend have a device that could be connected via cord to see if that works? At the end of the day, because it's under warranty, just bring it back to the dealer and don't take no for an answer. Just my 2 cents...
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    Roof Rack Hole Plugs

    To get the parts, I just went to my local Ford dealer. It was quick and easy. Tried to find them online and could not figure it out. As I posted earlier... there are 3 different sizes that need to be ordered.
  4. My 2018 XL cargo model also has manual mirrors. Yes, you push on the glass to adjust. Did it once about 2 years ago and haven't had to re-adjust them since. Not all vans come with electric adjust mirrors... not a standard feature.
  5. Are you getting rid of your stock rails? I've got a 2018 LWB. If your rails would fit... I'll take them! I'm in NY area.
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    New kid on the block....saying HI

    Did you get a Ford Connect Van -or- did you get a Ford Transit Connect Van?
  7. I was wanting to always have my bike with me, with some method of easy in and easy out. Came up with this stand. Thought it might appeal to some of you...
  8. I purchased a hitch for my 2018 TC from: https://www.etrailer.com Well made. Easy install. Happy with the quality.
  9. PWFX

    Shelter In Place

    NYC is now a very different place. To those who don't think they will be affected by this outbreak, think again. I now know too many folks who are ill, and a few who are no longer with us. Stay smart and stay safe...
  10. PWFX

    Shelter In Place

    Being in New York, this pandemic is truly nothing to joke about... although humor is usually what makes the journey called life worth taking. Everyone... stay smart and stay safe.
  11. PWFX

    Roof Rack Hole Plugs

    They easily pop in. Almost felt a bit too easy... but have driven through major storms with no leaks. All 3 different plugs look very similar in person, and identical on the schematics... but they are all slightly different.
  12. PWFX

    Roof Rack Hole Plugs

    I needed those plugs for my 2018 TC. Went to a dealer, looked at the parts schematics, turned out there's actually 3 different sizes that are used, each size comes in a pack of 4.
  13. PWFX

    Disable Perimeter Lighting

    Actually you can turn the headlights on even if the engine is off and the keys are out of the ignition. Just pull back once on the high-beam lever. Headlights will come on and stay on for about a minute. It's a convenient feature to use when you just need a bit of light to get to the front door.
  14. PWFX

    TPMS question

    TPMS sensor batteries generally last 5-10 years or about 100,000 miles.
  15. PWFX

    TPMS question

    Not sure if you're just wanting the TPMS re-set procedure? This is the procedure I use on my 2018 TC... TPMS sensor reset procedure: 1- Inflate all tires to spec. 2- Ignition switch to OFF then press and release the brake pedal. 3- Turn ignition switch from OFF to RUN 3 times, ending in the RUN position within 10 seconds. 4- Press and release the brake pedal. 5- Ignition switch back to OFF. 6- Ignition switch from OFF to RUN 3 times, ending in the RUN position. within 10 seconds. 7- The horn should sound letting you know the vehicle has entered into TPMS relearn mode. Place the top of the TPMS triggering tool against the sidewall of the driver’s side front tire in the location of the valve stem. Press the button, wait until the horn sounds. 8- Once the horn sounds, move on to the passenger side front tire and repeat the process. Each tire should only take 30 seconds or less. 10) After the passenger side front tire has been learned, continue on to the passenger side rear tire and finishing with the driver’s side rear tire. 11) You may now turn the ignition to OFF. If the horn does not sound, the sensors were learned successfully. If the horn sounds twice, then the process must be repeated because there was a malfunction.