When I need to execute the Proxi Configuration Alignment procedure?
- The Proxi Alignment (Proxi Configuration Alignment) procedure is used after making changes to the vehicle configuration or when new modules have been added.
- If the odometer is flashing, it means one or more modules in the car have a configuration mismatch or an additional module is detected in the car that is not activated in the vehicle configuration.
What does this procedure do?
The Proxi Alignment procedure copies the current vehicle configuration from the BCM to all other modules in the car.
An interface that supports CAN-MS / IHS is required, e.g. OBDLink MX bluetooth or another compatible with STN1170.
For which cars it applies?
- 2014-2018 Jeep Cherokee KL
- 2015-2017 Chrysler 200 UF
- 2012-2016 Dodge Dart PF
Proxi Configuration Alignment: step-by-step
Step 1: Select “Proxi Configuration Alignment” routine on the Programming Tab, read the Procedure Description and then click Run.
Step 2: The table below shows the current status of the Proxi configuration for all modules in the car.
– not applicable
Step 3: Proxi Configuration is copied to selected modules.
Step 4: Follow the instructions on the screen. This is a very important step – put the ECUs and CAN-bus to sleeps.
Step 5: Check if modules accept the new configuration.
Why modules may not accept configuration?
- Incorrect or irrational Proxi settings.
- The OBD interface does not support CAN-MS / IHS networks.
Step 6: Clear the DTC codes in all modules – there will be a lot of them, in each module.
It may be necessary to clear codes several times (especially in ABS and EPS modules), it’s normal behavior.
If the Proxi configuration fails, try setting the original Proxi Configuration settings in the BCM module.
Appcar is not responsible for any issues as a result of using Appcar DiagFCA software. Failure to follow this procedure may affect the vehicle’s malfunction.