Mar 13, 2018 It is important to leave the programmed key in the ignition lock, because number of known keys is non-zero and FORScan will look for a master key. – program the second key in the same way, except that when FORScan asks to insert new key, the first key has to be removed and the second key has to be inserted. Nissan pid list, Please refer to TSI letter 10-08-01 for parts details including cross reference information.Follow link: TSI letter 10-08-01 DIAGNOSTICS There can be various conditions that can cause APS/IVS related issues. If the Extended License key was generated, downloaded and installed as instructed, but the About page of FORScan still shows 'Standard License', it is necessary to check the PC system date. The date must match to the license validity period.
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What is PAT Programming?
PATS is an acronym that stands for Passive Anti-Theft System (Ford also calls this SecuriLock). It is also called a transponder key. It is a security feature found on most (if not all) new Ford products, and what it does is disable your vehicle’s starter unless your specially programmed key is used to start the vehicle. There is a computer chip inside of the key, and without that you will NOT be able to start the vehicle — even if you have a regular (non-PATS) key with the correct cuts, it will not work. When replacing the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) on a PATS-equipped vehicle, a parameter reset or relearn procedure must be performed after the PCM is installed. Vehicles with PATS will not start until this on-car procedure is successfully performed.
This ProTech helps identified what type of PATS your vehicle may have and what steps and
equipment are needed to perform the procedures.
Before attempting a PATS relearn, the replacement PCM must be calibrated to current
vehicle specification, the Flash2 All-Makes Reprogrammer can be used for this purpose.
In addition to flashing, Vehicle Identification Block programming may be required for
Use manual PATS procedures at your own risk. EASE Diagnostics is not responsible for damage caused by the use of these procedures. These procedures may not work for all mentioned vehicles. Do not contact EASE Diagnostics for assistance in the use ofthese procedures. If you are unable to perform the manual PATS procedures use the Ford Module Programmer application.
This PAT programming apply to below models:
Ford Contour ‘98–up
Ford Crown Victoria ’97-up
Ford Escort 99-up
Ford Excursion ‘00-up
Ford Expedition ‘98–up
Ford Explorer ’98-up
Ford Focus ‘00-up
Ford Mustang ’96-up
Ford Ranger ’98-up
Ford Taurus ’96-up
Ford Windstar ’98-up
Lincoln LS ’00-up
Lincoln Mark VIII ’98-up
Lincoln Navigator ’98-up
Lincoln Town Car ’98-up
Mercury Grand Marquis ’97-up
Mercury Mountaineer ’98-up
Mercury Mystique ’98-up
Mercury Sable ’96-up
NOTE: These instructions may apply to more or less vehicles than those listed above. Ease cannot confirm that these procedures work for every year and model listed.
ON-BOARD PROGRAMMING METHOD “B”
for Ford keys (1996 -early 1998 Ford, Lincoln, Mercury)
If you want to initiate a new master key….
1.Insert new key into ignition cylinder and turn it to the ON (RUN) position. The security light on the dash will flash for fifteen minutes.
2.When the security light stops flashing, you have FIVE minutes to start the next step. Turn the ignition cylinder OFF and then back to the ON (RUN) position. The security light on the dash will flash for fifteen more minutes.
3.When the security light stops flashing, you have FIVE minutes to start the next step. Turn the ignition cylinder to OFF and then back ON (RUN) position. The dash will flash for fifteen more minutes.
4.After the security light stops flashing the third time, the new key has been programmed into the vehicles computer and will operate the car. It has replaced ALL the previous electronic key codes and is the ONLY key programmed into the vehicles computer.
If you want to add a key….
1.Insert an existing key into the ignition cylinder.
2.Turn the ignition cylinder to ON(RUN) and back to OFF.
3.Remove the existing key and, within 15 seconds,insert the new key and turn it to ON(RUN).
4.The security light will light up for two seconds to indicate success in programming the key into the vehicle.
5.Don’t attempt to start the vehicle with any key for at least 1 minute.
ON-BOARD PROGRAMMING METHOD “C”
for Ford keys (Later 1998-newer Ford, Lincoln, Mercury)
If you want to initiate a new master key….
- In order to initiate a new master key, this will require the use of the Ford Module Programming Application.
There are two ten minute delays involved while this device erases all existing key programming and sets up the vehicle computer to accept new key codes. Two new keys should be ready because the system requires a minimum of two keys in the program. After the first two keys are programmed, additional keys can be entered individually by following the instructions for adding duplicate keys (below).
If you want to add a key….
**You must have two original keys to perform this procedure.
1.Insert an existing (working) key into the ignition cylinder.
2.Turn the ignition cylinder ON (RUN) and back to OFF. Ignition should stay on for at least ONE SECOND.
3.Remove the existing key and, within TEN seconds, insert a second working key and turn it to ON (RUN) and the back OFF.Ignition must be in ON for at least ONE second, but no more than TEN seconds. Remove the key.
4.Insert the new key before TWENTY seconds have elapsed and turn it to ON (RUN). Leave it the
ON position for at least ONE second and turn back to OFF.
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5.The security light will light up for THREE seconds to indicate that the new key has been successfully programmed.
6.To program additional keys, repeat steps 1 through 5
As a precautionary measure for all of the above procedures, you should wait at least one minute after you have performed this until you start your vehicle.
Guide 2:Program PATS using FORScan (original from forscan.org)
This article describes PATS programming procedure. The article is actual for version 2.3.8 (PATS programming is implemented for Ford, Mazda, Lincoln and Mercury models approximately of 1997-2011 model year, depends on model and market). If PATS programming functions is not available in the list of service functions, it means it is not implemented for this model. If the PATS programming function is available in the Service chapter, it is implemented for this model and must work in full.
There are 2 types of secure access: coded and timed. Coded requires an incode generation by the outcode provided by vehicle. Timed access requires that operator has wait for some period of time (usually 10 minutes) with diagnostic tester connected. Some vehicles support only coded access, some only timed access, some support both. FORScan supports all of these options. If both access types are available, FORScan asks user to select the preferred one. Coded access can be done fast, but requires incode/outcode calculator. Timed access doesn’t require any code exchange, but requires signfificant timeframe (at least 10 mins). Module Initialization option (available for some models) may require special Dual coded access. Detailed information about
Module Initialization function:
PATS programming menu in FORScan has several functions, for some models the Module Initialization option is available. This is quite important option so we have decided to create a dedicated article to discuss it.
In many cases PATS system is distributed, it means more than one module is involved in the protection. Module Initialization function is designed to synchronize (match) these modules with each other. It should not be used during simple key programming (except AU models). The inialization logic is model-specific, so it is always recommended to read information FORScan provides before start of the procedure (same informaion is always available using Help item in the PATS programming menu):
Another specific thing is that in some cases so-called Dual access to PATS may be required instead of Single access. Obtaining outcode/incode is identical with Single access, except that Dual type is displayed by FORScan and have to be specified in Outcode/Incode calculator.
Let’s review most common use cases:
1.Mondeo Mk3/Focus Mk1/Transit with Duratorq DI engines
In these models the Module Initialization function must be used if FIP (high pressure fuel pump) and/or PCM module is replaced. Most common usage – initialize when new fuel pump is installed. Duratorq TDCI engines of the same models have no Module Initialization functions
If PCM module or both FIP + PCM are replaced, the following sequence of actions should be performed:
i. Erase all keys (Single coded or timed access have to be obtained)
ii. Program at least 2 new keys
iii. Do module initalization
If only FIP module is replaced, then steps (i) and (ii) are not necessary and only step (iii) have to be executed.
Module initalization function is used here when instrument cluster (HEC or IC) and/or PCM module is replaced.
If HEC/IC or both HEC/IC + PCM are replaced, the following sequence of actions should be performed:
iErase all keys (Single coded or timed access have to be obtained)
iiProgram at least 2 new keys
iiiDo module initalization (Dual coded access may be required)
If only PCM is replaced, the steps (i) and (ii) are not necessary, and only step (iii) have to be executed.
3.Models for US market (1998-2010)
Module initialization logic here depends on the model, so follow FORScan instructions and acknowledge the Help info as mentioned above. Also, timed access to PATS is used for these models in majoirty of cases. Coded access is almost never used, so there is no problem with outcode/incode.
4.Models for AU market (1999-2006)
These models have no dedicated functions for erase and program keys. Programming is performed as a whole – keys are erased, then programmed. Module initialization is a part of this process and called automatically. Module initialization can be called separately to match BEM and PCM, for example if the match was lost for some reason or programming procedure somehow failed before the initialization was completed. Coded access is also not used here, similar to US market models.
So, what do you need in order to program PATS using FORScan:
1.Extended license (viewtopic.php?f=5&t=836)
2.At least one valid ignition key (master key) that is known by PATS, except the case when all keys are erased from the PATS memory
Let’s review a use case for the following scenario: a vehicle supports coded access. PATS knows 2 master keys, but the owner has only 1 of them. The owner wants to erase the lost key from the PATS memory and program new one (for this purpose a blank key is purchased). There is no way to delete a single key, only all known keys can be erased. So the user has to perform the operation in 2 steps: remove all keys known by PATS and program the old key and the new key. Here we go:
– Run the procedure. We see that PATS knows 2 keys:
Select the Ignition Keys Erase option. FORScan will read outcode and suggest you to generate an incode using the built-in generator:
You can accept and generate incode using built-in generator, or refuse and use an external incode generator. In this case FORScan will show you the outcode and ask to enter the incode:
You can use an external service, for example autokeyprog.com to generate the incode:
If incode is accepted by PATS and if everything is OK, FORScan will request confirmation on the Erase operation. If confirmed, the operation is executed and user is returned back to the main menu. User should see now zero keys known by PATS.
It is important to do not Exit from the menu, otherwise the security access will be lost, and user will have to obtain the coded/timed access again.
– Now, user should program 2 keys. For this purpose the Ignition Key Programming option must be used. User will be suggested to program the key:
– User should follow the instruction displayed by FORScan, so turn the ignition key to OFF, then back to ON and click OK. FORScan will confirm the operation and ask to turn on/off again.
It is important to leave the programmed key in the ignition lock, because number of known keys is non-zero and FORScan will look for a master key.
– program the second key in the same way, except that when FORScan asks to insert new key, the first key has to be removed and the second key has to be inserted.
– When returned back to the main menu, user should see 2 known keys again. But this time these 2 keys are in hands.
Note: some models for Australian and American markets have no stand-alone Ignition Key programming function. The function is available in the PATS menu but PATS doesn’t support it. So on these models it is not possible to add a key to th PATS memory. The only way is to use Erase and Program keys function (added in FORScan v2.2.5). This function erases all keys and switches PATS to a special learning mode. In this mode user can program 2 keys one by one.
Experience shows that 90% of problems with using this function are caused by blank key problems (not-original/china clone, incompatible transponder etc). Consdering this experiene, it must be counted that the Erase function is potentially dangerous, because engine will not start until you program at least 2 keys. So it is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED to check the blank keys (and correct work of the program with your specific vehicle) before executing the Erase function. Just programm it as the 3rd key and if it has been programmed successfully and engine runs using this key, you may execute the Erase function.
Check Blank PATS Key
A lot of complaints to PATS programming function are related to incorrect blank keys used (not working or not compatible transponder). This article describes how to check a blank key using FORScan.
0.Insert the blank key in the ignition lock.
1.Detect the module that contains PATS. It is easy: go to Service tab and look what module contains PATS programming function. Depending on the vehicle, it may be PCM, PATS, IC, HEC etc.
2.Read DTC. For newer vehicles with CAN bus ((Focus Mk2…) it is OK to just read DTC for PATS module in Errors section. For older vehicles (Focus Mk1, Mondeo Mk3…) running the PATS module self-test in Tests section may be necessary
3.Analyze returned DTC codes:
3.1. If the test returns B1601 code (B10D7:51 for new PATS), it means the blank key is OK and can be programmed for this vehicle.
3.2. If the test returns B1600 code(B10D7:87 for new PATS), it means the blank key is not recognized by PATS and can NOT be programmed for this vehicle.
3.3. If the test returns B1602 code (sometimes simulatenously with B1600, B1601) (B10D7:8F for new PATS), it means PATS is unable to stably read the key transponder. That’s possible with clones. You may try to shift the transponder to another place of the key fob. If it doesn’t help, it may be good idea to replace the transponder. Programming such keys in FORScan v2.2.8 and older may look successful (FORScan says key programmed successfully), but in fact the key is not added to the PATS memory (key counter is not increased) and Errors section may display code like B2431 – Transponder Programming Failed.
3.4.If the test returns another code (non of B1601…B1602, but related to PATS), it is recommended to contact support.
3.5. If test executed successfully, but no any of B1600, B1601 codes are returned, it means the key is programmed for this PCM already.
Note 2017-01-03: users’ experience says that B1601 code is not a guarantee of a flawless work. We already have several complaints (all for domestic market cars) when high quality but non-OEM keys produced B1601 code but cannot be programmed. In all cases replacing non-OEM key with OEM one fixed the issue. So please: (i) ask seller for money back warranty in case of non-working key and (II) do not use Erase Keys function until you are sure the new key can be successfully programmed (remember, engine will not start in case of PATS memory has less than 2 learned keys).
Note 2017-10-31: New PATS have other codes:
B10D7:51 instead of B1601 (PATS key is read OK but not added to the PATS memory yet)
B10D7:87 instead of B1600 (blank key is not recognized by PATS)
B10D7:8F instead of B1602 ( PATS is unable to stably read the key transponder)
Here’s How You Program a PATS Key Yourself
1Start with your two original keys. If you only have one, you can’t program the keys yourself.
2Next, you’ll need a new PATS key that has been cut to match your original keys (you can buy these at your local Ford dealership).
3Start by putting one of your original keys in the ignition.
4Turn the ignition cylinder ON (RUN) for three seconds, then turn it back to OFF.
5Within ten seconds, remove the first original key and insert the second original key, and then turn to ON (RUN) for three seconds, and then back to OFF.
6Within ten more seconds, insert the new key and turn to ON for three seconds, then turn back to OFF.
7If you did it right, the “security” light on the dash will illuminate for three seconds. Congrats!
8Repeat this process for any additional keys.
Disclaimer: Be sure to check your owner’s manual if you have questions. This video is for informational purposes only – use this process at your own risk.
The following simplified descriptions explain the PATS procedure required when installing
a replacement PCM. Please refer to the Ford PATS Guide for detailed procedures.
Replacing PCM only — A or D type PATS
If only the PCM is being replaced on a PATS control function type A or D vehicle, no
relearn is required (please refer to the Ford PATS chart to determine PATS type). Simply
put the original key in the ignition, turn to ON or RUN and wait for 20 seconds. Then turn
the key off and start vehicle.
Replacing PCM only — B, C, F or G type PATS
If only the PCM is being replaced on a PATS control function type B, C, F or G vehicle, the
Parameter Reset function must be performed. This requires a scan tool with the Parameter
Reset function, or the J2534 CARDONE Flash2 All-Makes Reprogrammer with Ford license and a subscription to Ford Module Programming (FMP). The FMP program can be purchase from Ford at www.motorcraftservice.com. The tool and software used will give specific instructions to follow. The general steps are listed below.
Cycle a key in ignition to RUN
2Enter Security Access on the PATS control function module. For type B, it will be the PATS module, for type C, the Instrument Cluster, for type F, the PCM, for type G, the Instrument Cluster Module. (This takes 10 minutes).
3Select “Parameter Reset” and exit Security Access.
4Select a PCM Keep Alive Memory (KAM) reset.
Replacing PCM only — E type PATS
If only the PCM is being replaced on a PATS control function type E vehicle, two keys
need to be programmed into the PCM. This requires a scan tool with capability to
program PATS type E keys, or a CARDONE Flash2 All-Makes Reprogrammer with Ford
license and subscription to www.motorcraftservice.com. The tool and software used will
give specific instructions to follow. The general steps are listed below.
1Cycle key 1 to RUN
2Enter Security Access on PATS control function module. (This takes 10 minutes).
3Select “Ignition Key Code Erase”
4Disconnect tool and leave key in RUN position for 20 seconds
5Cycle key 1 to OFF, then RUN, and back to OFF.
6Cycle key 2 to RUN, then OFF.
Identifying the type of security system your application may or may not have, beforereplacing the PCM, will avoid the disappointment of a no-start after the replacement PCM is installed. And, if your vehicle does have PATS security, you will know ahead of time what procedures and equipment may be required to get the vehicle down the road.
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Absolute majority of Ford, Mazda, Lincoln and Mercury models starting from 1996 model year are supported. Exception are quite rare: models unified with other manufacturers, for example Ford Galaxy Mk2.
Models manufactured before 1996 usually have diagnostic interfaces not supported by ELM327. However, there are exceptions too. For example, Ford Scorpio II (1994 MY).
No other brands are supported yet. Support for other brands is planned but not in the near future.
Here is the comparsion table: Comparsion of FORScan applications
Strongly speaking, in contrast to majority of other products, FORScan is not an OBDII application. OBDII applications use simple OBDII protocol that was originally developed just for an effective emission control. The protocol is quite limited. FORScan works on another level and uses the same principles as professional and dealership scanners. This is a conceptual difference that determines the project development strategy. OBDII developers are limited with OBDII protocol and spend majority of their efforts to make their products better looking, more user friendly and so on. We are not limited with protocol and spend majority of our efforts to extend core functionality. As a result, FORScan may be less convenient and nice-looking than other products, but gives more power to the users.
Functions may be very different for different models and especially different generations of models and different brands. For example, at this moment there are 50+ known versions of ABS bleed procedure for Ford models, only 10+ are implemented in FORScan.
We do not add functions just for fun, as number of functions is huge because of multiple versions. So we add functions by requests. More requests from users for a function - more chance for this function to be added in the near future.
Older cars have less electronics and modules, than newer ones. So older cars will always have less abilities than newer ones. The difference is functionality is directly proportional to the difference in model age.
FORScan for Windows is the main development branch. New funtions, fixes, improvements etc are appled to the Windows version first of all. This version is also base product for testers. FORScan for Windows is distributed under Standard License that has no configuration and programming functions, as well as some service functions. These functions become available after installing Extended License. More information about Standard and Extended Licenses can be read here:Standard and Extended licenses for Windows. Version for Windows is free.
FORScan Lite for iOS and Android are simplified versions of FORScan optimized for mobile platforms. It has no configuration and programming functions,as well as some service functions. FORScan Lite are paid. In order to let users check for basic application abilities and avoid wrong purchase we have created free versions of the app: FORScan Demo for Android and FORScan Viewer for iOS. We recommend to try it before purchasing FORScan Lite to make sure the application satisfies your expectations.
Here is the comparsion table that shortly explains differencies between versions: Comparsion of FORScan applications
Yes we plan to create versions for Mac OS and Linux, but not in the nearest future. As for Windows Phone, this platform is not developed by Microsoft anymore.3. Extended License for Windows
Extended License provides access to Configuration and Programming functions of FORScan, and also few Service functions (such as PATS programming). Base FORScan functionality (connection, retrieving vehicle information, reading parameters, read and reset diagnostic trouble codes, run tests and service functions etc) do NOT require Extended License. There is a free 2 month Extended License that can be issued for anyone who has account on our forum. Also there are paid longterm and lifelong licenses. More information about Extended License can be found in this article.
Extended License for 1, 3, 5 years or lifelong can be purchased from the Products page via site of our partner. As soon as the payment is processed (it may take some time), the partner's shop will send Activation Code to the customer's email. The Activation Code must be entered in corresponding field on the About page of the FORScan application. Note: Internet connection must be available at the moment of activation. After the activation, Internet connection is not required anymore.
You can get Extended License for free from this link (you should have account on our forum): Link to Extended License key generator. Hardware ID can be obtained from About page of FORScan. Article: Standard and Extended licenses for Windows
At this moment only 2 months free Extended License is available. When it is expired, you will be able to issue another 2 months one, also for free. Or you can buy long term (1, 3, 5 years) or lifelong Extended License.
Extended License key has to be installed on a computer in order to activate the Extended License functionality. It must be done for any version of Extended License. In case of free trial Extended License, user has to prepare, generate, download and install the key manually. Activation Code is a special code that simplifies the process: user enters the Activation Code in a special field and FORScan will prepare, generate, download and install the key in automated mode (Internet connection is neccessary). Activation Code is only provided for paid licenses. Activation Code is valid during the whole Extended License validity period.
License validity period is much shorter for free trial version. Also license installation process is much simpler for paid Extended Licenses. For now there is no difference on functional side.
Activation Code is not provided for free trial Extended Licenses, sorry. It is only available for paid versions of Extended License. In case of free trial Extended License, you have to generate and install the key manually as described in the activation email you get after your account on our forum has been approved by moderator.
Hardware ID is a special code that identifies you PC with Windows OS installed. It is generated by a special algorithm on the basis of PC components' data and used to connect Extended License key to the specific PC. The Hardware ID may change if some PC components are replaced, in this case new Extended License key has to be generated.
Hardware ID can be obtained from About page of FORScan. We strongly recommend do not enter the ID manually but copy it to the clipboard, to avoid any typos. In case of paid licenses you don't need to care about Hardware ID, as processes of license key generation, download and installation are automated.
Here is a video that explains how to install the Extended License key: video.
If the Extended License key was generated, downloaded and installed as instructed, but the About page of FORScan still shows 'Standard License', it is necessary to check the PC system date. The date must match to the license validity period.
If you own paid Extended License, just retry the activation with the same Activation Code received after purchase. If you lost your Activation Code, please contact support and provide email or other information you used for the purchase. Support team will identify you and re-send you your Activation Code.
If you had free trial Extended License, you have to generate and install new license key, because Hardware ID was most likely changed.4. FORScan Lite for iOS, Android
'Lite' means this version of application is simplified to be used on mobile devices as safe as possible. Service and Programming functions are not safe, and using them on mobile devices is quite not desirable because of the platforms nature: using wireless devices (that are less reliable than USB ones), possibility to get application killed or freezed by OS during a critical operation (e.g. because of incoming call or other reason) and so on. Nevertheless, we think on adding relatively safe service functions to FORScan Lite.
Mobile version of FORScan was not a priority for this project. But a lot of FORScan users asked to release a mobile version and promised to purchase it. So it was developed and is paid. So, whe you purchase FORScan Lite:
1. You pay for convenience to have a 'pocket' version of FORScan for your trip. You don't need to keep a cumbersome laptop in your bag, you can use your compact smartphone instead. FORScan Lite has no serious service and programming abilities, but they are not really neccessary in a trip. In majority of cases if some trouble happens, a vehicle owner needs to understand what's wrong and may be reset error codes to leave 'limited operating strategy' (LOS) mode in order to be able to reach a garage or a workshop. And this is what FORScan Lite can help to do.
2. You support the project and developers. At this moment FORScan Lite is the only revenue source for this project, so it is very important.
The purchase is associated with an account but not with a device. So if your new device uses the same account (Google or Apple respectively), you can just install the app from the store. More than, any device that uses this account will have right to use the application. But if the new deivce works under a new account, the app will not work on it. The simplest solution in this situation is to add your old account to the new device as an additional one. As far as we know, both Google and Apple allow it.
The purchase is associated with an account but not with a device. So the app will work on any device that uses this account. If your tablet uses another account, the app will not work on it. The simplest solution in this situation is to add your phone's account to the tablet as an additional one. As far as we know, both Google and Apple allow it.
Unfortunately, there is no way. Both Google and Apple do not provide an ability to transfer purchases between the accounts.The only way is to request a money back (refund) on your old account and make a new purchase. However, it has to be counted that Google and Apple have different pricing policy, so the same application in the same country may have significant price difference between Google and Apple. Besides, Google and Apple work with developers in different ways. In particular, Google provides an ability to developers to initiate refunds, but Apple does not. So Apple users have to request a refund from Apple customer support.
We perform moderation for all newly registered accounts. If account is approved, you will get a email notification about it (note: some mail servers may falsely mark these mails as spam and not deliver it properly). If account is not approved, it will be removed, no any email notifications are delivered.
It depends on moderator's availability online. Normally it takes from several minutes to several hours. We do our best to do not make this period greater than 8 hours. But in some very rare cases it may take up to 24 hours.
Important: there is no real need to send emails to support asking to make the process faster. This will not help as support and moderation teams work independently.
The only goal of manual review is to prevent fake accounts' registrations. These accounts are later used for sending spam and other activity that is not allowed. Unfortunately, these registrations are able to successfully bypass any automated systems (including built-in OCR in the forum).
It most likely means your account was counted as fake one and removed. You have to retry the registration and make sure correct (real) information is entered during the registration.
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