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PostSubject: Can Am P-Codes   Sat Mar 26, 2011 8:15 pm

Here is a list of the P codes. This is just the description of the P code. For more information, consult the service manual.

To read the active code, do the following before turning off the engine and clearing the code:

1) Turn the key to the lights ON position.
2) Use the mode button to scroll to the Engine Hour (EH).
3) Press the mode button once more and hold it while
4) Quickly (very quickly) toggle the HI LO switch. A minimum of 3 toggles within 2 seconds of pressing/holding the mode button


If there is an active code, it should scroll across the display.

P0106 Air pressure sensor voltage out of range.
P0107 Air pressure sensor voltage too low.
P0108 Air pressure sensor voltage too high.
P0111 Air temperature sensor functional problem.
P0112 Air temperature sensor voltage too low.
P0113 Air temperature sensor voltage too high.
P0116 Engine temperature sensor functional problem.
P0117 Engine temperature sensor voltage too low.
P0118 Engine temperature sensor voltage too high.
P0122 Throttle position sensor voltage too low.
P0123 Throttle position sensor voltage too high
P0231 Fuel pump open circuit or shorted to ground.
P0232 Fuel pump shorted to battery.
P0261 Cylinder #1 injector open circuit or shorted to ground.
P0262 Cylinder #1 injector shorted to battery.
P0264 Cylinder #2 injector open circuit or shorted to ground.
P0265 Cylinder #2 injector shorted to battery.
P0336 High engine RPM detected.
P0337 No cranshaft signal detected.
P0339 Cranshaft signal fault.
P0334 Cam phase sensor signal missing.
P0351 No ignition output stage Cylinder #1.
P0352 No ignition output stage Cylinder #2.
P0480 Engine fan short-circuit to battery.
P0480 Engine fan short-circuit to ground or open.
P0505 Idle air control valve output stage cutoff memory difference.
P0505 Idle air control valve output stage fault.
P0513 Incorrect DESS key.
P0520 Oil pressure switch functional problem.
P0562 Battery voltage too low.
P0563 Battery voltage too high.
P0600 CAN bus off.
P0600 CAN ID 514 missing.
P0601 Throttle position sensor adaptation failure.
P0601 Module call monitoring.
P0602 ECM not coded.
P0604 RAM fault.
P0605 EEPROM fault.
P0605 EEPROM checksum fault.
P0605 Coding ID checksum fault.
P0605 Coding checksum fault.
P0605 Programming checksum fault.
P0608 Sensor's power supply voltage too low.
P0608 Sensor's power supply voltage too high.
P0616 Starter relay open circuit or shorted to ground.
P0617 Starter relay shorted to battery.
P0705 Transmission range sensor circuit malfunction (PRNHL).
P1102 Throttle position sensor adaptation failure.
P1104 Throttle position sensor adaptation failure.
P1116 High temp.
P1148 Saftey fuel cut off detected.
P1202 Oil pressure switch still closed.
P1203 Oil pressure switch leakage.
P1520 Low oil.
P1655 DESS line shorted to battery.
P1656 DESS line shorted to ground.
P1675 Relay 2 shorted to battery.
P1676 Relay 2 open circuit or shorted to ground.
P1683 CAN RAM fault.
P2119 ECU wrong.

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PostSubject: Re: Can Am P-Codes   Sat Mar 26, 2011 11:46 pm

Very good Phil,

Now try to find a way we can-am owners can clear up the Maintenence required message without going to the dealer.

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PostSubject: Re: Can Am P-Codes   Sun Mar 27, 2011 12:17 pm

let it blink lol
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PostSubject: Re: Can Am P-Codes   Sun Mar 27, 2011 2:36 pm

I just got incorrect DSS key .
PO513

Im on fault one - how do i get to fault two if there is one ???
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PostSubject: Re: Can Am P-Codes   Sun Mar 27, 2011 3:06 pm

Wyld wrote:
Very good Phil,

Now try to find a way we can-am owners can clear up the Maintenence required message without going to the dealer.


Have a friend with that tool to clear them with...lol. Not sure how they got that. scratch

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PostSubject: Re: Can Am P-Codes   Sun Mar 27, 2011 6:25 pm

So if you have multiple code will they show up ????

Why did i get PO513 ?
Because i stuck the wrong key in it ?
I just dont see how my bike that has ran hot or almost hot is not pulling more codes .
The engine light is on off on off .
Its just to weird - wouldnt it store more codes ?
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PostSubject: Re: Can Am P-Codes   Sun Mar 27, 2011 7:14 pm

Not sure about the Can Am's Jerry.

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PostSubject: Re: Can Am P-Codes   Sun Mar 27, 2011 8:48 pm

There is no way to clear Maint soon besides the Dealer with BUDS.. Just let it blink.. Mine has been saying it for 2 years.. I know the main has been done but I despise my DA dealer
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PostSubject: Re: Can Am P-Codes   Sun Mar 27, 2011 11:02 pm

I despise all the dealers ive met thus far .
They like to sale you something and then tell you to eff off everytime it breaks .
But when you were in the buying process all they could talk about is how good your warrenty is /was .
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PostSubject: Re: Can Am P-Codes   Mon Mar 28, 2011 6:37 pm

haha yep you sure are!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Can Am P-Codes   Mon Mar 28, 2011 7:08 pm

Well, I've dealt with a few atv dealers over the years, and current one isn't that bad, they'll clear up my message without charging me a thing. It is just me getting the time to get over there to get the message cleared up. ( just wish i didn't have to bring the whole bike ino the dealership). Can-am needs to come up with a easier solution for those of us who can't visit a dealer as easy as some others.

Letting it blink for now, guess i'll get it changed when i'm up there next.
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