InterMotive Vehicle Controls (Auburn, California) offers solutions to the continued challenge of accessing the electric park brake signal (EPB) on a Ford 2023 Super Duty.
Vehicle builders and upfitters typically need to access the EPB signal to allow for safe operation of vehicle equipment. Ford recently published a Special Vehicle Engineering bulletin (Q-364) illustrating how to wire a solution to procure the e-park brake signal. Two InterMotive products deliver CAN data access to the EPB signal for the 2023 Super Duty®. Neither product requires the use of Ford’s Upfitter Interface System®.
The Aftermarket Interface Module™ (AIM) includes eight programmable outputs which can be either power or ground and features a high idle function. This system is flexible, allowing access to the EPB signal with the CAN bus awake or asleep.
The Upfitter Interface Module® (UIM) includes eight programmable outputs (one power and seven ground), designed for vehicles needing the e-park brake only when the CAN bus is awake. Both the UIM and AIM are customizable with InterMotive’s graphical user interface to program outputs but can be ordered pre-programmed.
For information, visit intermotive.net.
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