Well, kinda. You'll need the license. Since the ForScan staff are providing useful stuff, I buy at least a one-year license. It's well worth $10 for the benefit of doing what Ford can do but won't.Do some homework! Study the spread sheets so you'll know what you're looking at.I just ordered the obd connector. I want to get rid of the 2 honk horn and apply fog lamp cornering. So once I get the connector, just download the software on my laptop right?
Be sure what you're going to change, make a backup of the car before you make ANY changes. Write down your changes, both what's there when you access the module and after the change in case you have to undo a boo-boo.
Changes have gotten much easier since I first began poking around in my Mustang. There are fewer hexadecimal entries now. It's more plain language. Not trying to discourage you - just take your time and make sure where you are in the program.