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Thread: 2015 Mustang Coyote Pats Disable

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    Coyote PATS delete from 2011 up to current year is not possible with any tuning software.
    The procedure to disable it isn't as simple as flipping a switch inside the calibration. It involves different equipment and software along a much more complicated procedure.
    So, you have to send the ECU to somebody offering the service. After that you can tune it or return it to stock and PATS will remain deleted even after a complete reflash with factory tools.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montecarlodrag View Post
    Coyote PATS delete from 2011 up to current year is not possible with any tuning software.
    The procedure to disable it isn't as simple as flipping a switch inside the calibration. It involves different equipment and software along a much more complicated procedure.
    So, you have to send the ECU to somebody offering the service. After that you can tune it or return it to stock and PATS will remain deleted even after a complete reflash with factory tools.
    If that is true maybe you can help figure this out. My brother is building a 2010 grand marques with a 2014 mustang coyote and a whipple charger. He had power by the hour delete pats. When he uploaded the tune from whipple it would not crank. After putting the stock tune back it would crank and start again. Why is that?
    Last edited by Bobby@84auto; 11-15-2018 at 08:37 PM.

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    Anybody know how to get in contact with Eric Brooks? Been trying for a week now to get in touch with him to see about disabling pats.

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    No idea. I emailed him last week and haven’t heard back.

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    Hopefully someone can chime in and help us out.