Got this the other day , I’ve had the last 2.8.3 for the camera update , don’t know what this is for ?
FYI, I just received this same update, and my SYNC4 is v4.0.22095. Not sure of the version prior to this latest update.SYNC Generation SYNC 4
this is my version, i had a notice on ford site it was needing update, but truck said otherwise
now it shows this .
Well aware, which is why I say "according to". lol With all fairness, the wiki does have the updates that only pertain to the Mach-e's, Lightning's and F150's separated when an update is exclusive to only one or two of the vehicles. It is a good reference point, though, and as more info becomes available, hopefully it will get updated accordingly.Remember that the info there comes from Mach-E and Lightning owners, so it doesn't necessarily mean the same thing for the ICE F-150. Also it doesn't clarify the difference in versions between 21 and 22 ICE F-150.
Where this is going is that Ford appears to be prepping the trucks for the next major round of OTA updates— Power-Up 3.X.X. The update posted above modifies the GWM. That update unlocks a small update to the APIM which should follow shortly. The upcoming 3.X.X substantive updates can be found on the NHTSA website under manufacturer communications. https://static.nhtsa.gov/odi/tsbs/2022/MC-10217136-0001.pdf. Whether everything described in the document Ford filed with NHTSA applies to the F-150, the Lightning, or both is unclear but the document was filed in the non-Lightning collection. As @hotrodmex noted above, the Wiki is pretty much useless for identifying potential updates for the standard, non-Lightning F-150.I just received this exact update yesterday myself. I have yet to find a definitive answer as to where this is going, but at least my truck started and everything still worked after the update. I had to leave it with the dealership today for my whiney transmission and bucking uphill, but those problems were already present.
Someone is finally doing work on that page, because it's gotten better from even the last time I saw it with the models divided up. I think it still needs ICE separate from EV, but suppose the communications to the NHTSA just show the "F-150" when it's for EV or ICE, so maybe it really doesn't matter.It is a good reference point, though, and as more info becomes available, hopefully it will get updated accordingly.