Which SYNC®* Navigation map version do I have?

You can find the map version with your SYNC system using the instructions found in this article.

Finding Your SYNC Navigation Map Version

Select your SYNC generation (gen) from the drop-down options below to learn how to find your current Navigation map version.


  • If you need assistance determining the generation of your SYNC system, select the first drop-down option.
  • Map versions are not available for SYNC 4A and SYNC 4. They are included with your vehicle's Software Updates.

Identifying Your Vehicle's SYNC Gen

Two resources to help you identify your vehicle's SYNC gen are the:

  • SYNC and Navigation Updates page. Either:

    • Enter your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and select Check for update.

    • Log in with your Ford credentials, choose a vehicle from your garage, and select Check for updates.

      Note: Your SYNC gen will appear on the right-hand side of the page.

  • SYNC Visual Reference Guide, which provides example images of SYNC gens that Ford has offered.


SYNC 3 systems have the navigation map data stored inside the SYNC 3 module. To check your current map version:

  1. Press Settings on your SYNC screen.
  2. Select General.
  3. Tap About SYNC

Your Navigation Map version will be displayed.

SYNC with MyFord Touch®

SYNC with MyFord Touch uses an SD card to store the navigation map data. To check your current version:

  1. Press Menu.
  2. Select Help.
  3. Tap System Information.

Your Navigation map version will be displayed (a letter followed by a number).

SYNC with Voice-Activated Navigation

Next-Generation Navigation

To find your map version with Next-Generation Navigation:

  1. Press the hard button.
  2. Choose System Info.

The map version will be displayed (a number followed by the letter X).

Navigation "P" Version

To find your map version with Navigation "P" Version:

  1. Press the MENU hard button.
  2. Select System Info.

The map version will be in the lower right corner (a number followed by the letter P).

*Don’t drive while distracted. Use voice-operated systems when possible; don’t use handheld devices while driving. Some features may be locked out while the vehicle is in gear. Not all features are compatible with all phones.