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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
bottom line is the U1262 is a communication failure between your scanner and a module
assuming you actually pulled the code from the PCM then you have lost communication with a different module like the ABS, DDM, LCM, RASM, HEC, PAM and any other module I can't think of right now
You need a detailed pinpoint test from a Ford service manual or aftermarket source like Alldata, Shop key or Mitchell on Demand
You could be dealing with over a 100 different test PER module
Obviously something we can't do on-line too easily
If you could at least identify which module you have lost communications with your dealer may, for a fee, copy the correct pinpoint test
Posted on May 20, 2010
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