2010 Ford Edge Limited

Group using the FO1 and FO2 firmware for Ford SYNC retention * see specific firmware for full feature list.
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cornfedpdx
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2010 Ford Edge Limited

Post by cornfedpdx » Thu Sep 12, 2019 11:43 pm

I just installed an RR with F01 harness into my 2010 ford Edge using a Kenwood DMX905S as a head unit. I am having a couple issues.
1. I do not see my ford in the menu options on my stereo.
2. Satellite radio is an option but there is no sound.

I have the 3.5mm plug from the RR connected to the 3.5 port on the stereo labeled "AV-IN).
The pink/red is hooked to the steering wheel side of the correct wire in the sync harness.
The Aux in RCA connectors from the F01 are not connected to anything.

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Re: 2010 Ford Edge Limited

Post by billr » Fri Sep 13, 2019 8:27 am

take the audio cable out of the AV-In and put it in the Idatalink port (it's right near the 4 pin data cable), that's where we bring in the audio for OEM satellite.
the AUX rca's are used only if the car did not have the Sync system.
During the flash process you will select if you plan on using the Sync system for your BT or if you will be using the radio (most preferred). In the OEM systems to retain in the flash you can uncheck the Sync components (sync Bluetooth and Sync Media Player) and this will allow the radio to be your BT device.
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Re: 2010 Ford Edge Limited

Post by cornfedpdx » Mon Sep 16, 2019 6:20 pm

I moved the cable and that fixed it.

I have a new question about the rear parking aid.
It is enabled on my instrument cluster but I do not see it as an option on the stereo?

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Re: 2010 Ford Edge Limited

Post by Zack Flynn » Mon Sep 16, 2019 7:20 pm

Are you not getting the chimes when you back up now? We don't display distance until object on that vehicle, just allow the chimes associated with the backup sensors to be kept.
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