Ford Mustang (1999-2004) Service Manual: Unique Calibration

The Emissions/CAFE/CO2 Compliance Department is responsible for assigning these calibration numbers. Unique calibration identifications are assigned to cover similar vehicles to differentiate tires, drive configurations, final drive ratios and other calibration-significant factors.

These two characters are chosen by the analyst to provide easily identifiable information unique to each calibration. For example, using the number 2 to denote a two-valve engine versus using the number 4 to denote a four-valve engine.

Fleet Code

  • 1 - HDGE/Dyno
  • 2 - Fast AMA, U.S.
  • 3 - ADP, U.S.
  • 4 - Not assigned
  • 5 - Not assigned
  • 6 - Evaporative emissions
  • 7 - MACAA
  • 8 - On-board diagnostics (OBD)
  • 9 - Not assigned

Certification Region

  • 5 - U.S. fifty states
  • A - U.S. federal, including altitude, may include Canada and/or Mexico
  • B - U.S. California standard, includes U.S. green states
  • C - Canada
  • D - China
  • E - European Community (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom)
  • F - Extended European Community (E plus Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland and Yugoslavia)
  • G - Gulf Cooperative Council (Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and UAE)
  • H - Hong Kong
  • J - Japan
  • K - Korea
  • L - Malaysia
  • M - Mexico
  • N - New Zealand
  • P - Australia
  • Q - South America (Brazil)
  • S - Singapore
  • T - Taiwan
  • U - South America (unleaded fuel regions)
  • V - Vietnam
  • X - Rest of world (ROW)
  • Y - Military
  • Z - Israel

Revision Level (not printed on label)

  • 91-99 - Hardware certification levels
  • 01-04 - Preliminary levels
  • 00 - Job 1 production (initial certification)
  • 05-09 - Pre-job 1 revisions to calibrations
  • 10-89 - Post-job 1 revisions to calibrations
  • 0B - Durability test level
  • BD - On-board diagnostics (OBD) intermediate level (pre-05)

 

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