Polaris code 22

Polaris code 22 DEFAULT

Pipe Temperature Sensor

173

0

P1517

Exhaust Over-Temperature Shutdown

This Trouble Code Sets if the Engine was Shut Down due to High Exhaust Temperature. Can be caused by a Faulty Exhaust Temperature Sensor/Connections or Lean Air/Fuel Ratio causing high exhaust temperature.

3

P0546

Exhaust Temp Sensor Signal High

This Trouble Code sets if the engine has been running above 3000 RPM  for more than 2 minutes and the Exhaust Temperature Sensor Signal is above 4.90 Volts. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring, a faulty Engine Temperature Sensor or ECU / Connections.

4

P0545

Exhaust Temp Sensor Signal Low

This Trouble Code sets if the engine has been running above 3000 RPM  for more than 2 minutes and the Exhaust Temperature Sensor Signal is below 0.06 Volts. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring, a faulty Engine Temperature Sensor or ECU / Connections.

10

P1546

Exhaust Temp Sensor Unrealistic Transition

This Trouble Code sets if the Exhaust Temperature Sensor Signal changes Too Quickly to be considered a Realistic Value. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring, a faulty Exhaust Temperature Sensor or ECU / Connections.

Silencer Temperature Sensor

520173

0

P1487

Exhaust Temperature Sensor 2 - Temperature Too High

This Trouble Code sets if the Exhaust Temperature 2 Signal is greater than 750C. Can be caused by a Faulty Exhaust Temperature Sensor/Connections or Lean Air/Fuel Ratio causing high exhaust temperature.

3

P1484

Exhaust Temperature Sensor 2 Voltage High

This Trouble Code Sets if the if the Exhaust Temp Sensor 2 Voltage is above 4.96V. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring, a faulty Exhaust Temp Sensor or ECU / Connections

4

P1485

Exhaust Temperature Sensor 2 Voltage Low

This Trouble Code Sets if the if the Exhaust Temp Sensor 2 Voltage is Below 0.06V. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring, a faulty Exhaust Temp Sensor or ECU / Connections

10

P1486

Exhaust Temperature Sensor 2 Abnormal Rate of Change

This Trouble Code sets if the Exhaust Temperature Sensor Signal changes Too Quickly to be considered a Realistic Value. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring, a faulty Exhaust Temperature Sensor or ECU / Connections.

14

P1488

Exhaust Temperature Sensor 2 Mismatch with Sensor 1

This Trouble Code Sets when Exhaust Temperature Sensor 2 signal is 250C greater than Exhaust Temp Sensor 1 signal. The condition can be caused by Damaged Wiring, faulty Exhaust Temperature Sensor or ECU / Connections.

Gear Position Sensor

523

2

P0914

Gear Sensor Signal Circuit Fault

This Trouble Code indicates the Gear Switch Signal Voltage is Outside an Acceptable Range. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring or Connectors in the Gear Switch Circuit, a Damaged Switch, Resistor Pack or Faulty ECU /Connections. NOTE: This T

3

P0917

Gear Sensor Signal High

This Trouble Code indicates the Gear Switch Signal Voltage is Above the Maximum Acceptable Voltage. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring or Connectors in the Gear Switch Circuit, a Damaged Switch or Faulty ECU /Connections.

4

P0916

Gear Sensor Signal Low

This Trouble Code indicates the Gear Switch Signal Voltage is Below the Minimum Acceptable Voltage. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring or Connectors in the Gear Switch Circuit, a Damaged Switch or Faulty ECU /Connections.

ECU Memory

628

13

P0601

ECU Memory Checksum Error

This Trouble Code Sets if an Internal Memory Fault is detected in the Engine Controller Can only be caused by a defective ECU

Crank Position Sensor

636

2

P0335

Crankshaft Sensor Signal Fault

This Trouble Code sets if the Engine is Running and No Signal is Detected from the 5X Crankshaft Sensor. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring, a faulty Crankshaft Sensor or ECU / Connections. NOTE: If the status of this code is Historic while

8

P0336

Crankshaft Position Sensor Circuit Fault

This Trouble Code sets if the Engine is Running and the number of pulses from the 5X Crankshaft Sensor is not correct. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring, a faulty Crankshaft Sensor or ECU / Connections. NOTE: If the status of this code is

MAG Injector

651

3

P0262

MAG Cylinder Port Injector Short to B+

This Trouble Code sets if a Short to Voltage is detected in the MAG Cylinder Port  Injector Control Circuit. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring, a faulty Fuel Injector or ECU / Connections.

5

P0261

MAG Cylinder Port Injector Open Circuit

This Trouble Code sets if an Open Circuit Condition is detected in the MAG Cylinder Port  Injector Control Circuit. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring, a faulty Fuel Injector or ECU / Connections.

PTO Injector

652

3

P0265

PTO Cylinder Port Injector Short to B+

This Trouble Code sets if a Short to Voltage is detected in the PTO Cylinder Port  Injector Control Circuit. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring, a faulty Fuel Injector or ECU / Connections.

5

P0264

PTO Cylinder Port Injector Open Circuit

This Trouble Code sets if an Open Circuit Condition is detected in the PTO Cylinder Port  Injector Control Circuit. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring, a faulty Fuel Injector or ECU / Connections.

Knock Sensor

731

2

P0325

Knock Sensor Plausibility Fault

This Trouble Code Sets if the Knock Sensor Signal indicates an Unrealistic Value. Can be caused by a Faulty Knock Sensor/Connections, a Loose Sensor or Excessive Engine Mechanical Noise.

4

P0327

Knock Sensor 1 Signal Too Low

This Trouble Code sets if the Engine Speed is above 6000 RPM and the Detonation Sensor Signal is below 1.23 Volts for more than 2 seconds. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring, a faulty Detonation Sensor or ECU / Connections.

MAG Ignition Coil

1268

5

P1351

Ignition Coil 1 (MAG) Driver Circuit Open

This Trouble Code Sets if Ignition Coil 1 (MAG) Driver Circuit is Open. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring/Connections, a Faulty MAG Ignition Coil or ECU.

PTO Ignition Coil

1269

5

P1352

Ignition Coil 2 (PTO) Driver Circuit Open

This Trouble Code Sets if Ignition Coil 2 (PTO) Driver Circuit is Open. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring/Connections, a Faulty PTO Ignition Coil or ECU.

MAG Detonation

1352

0

P1336

Max. Detonation Correction Limit Reached, MAG Cylinder

This Trouble Code Sets if the Engine Controller Reaches the Maximum Detonation Control Limit by Fuel Correction on the Mag Cylinder Can be caused by Incorrect Fuel (low octane or Ethanol content), Low Fuel Pressure or any other condition that can

16

P2336

Cylinder 1 (MAG) Knock Level Critical

This Trouble Code Sets if Cylinder 1 (MAG) Knock Sensor reaches a Critical Level. Can be caused by Excessive Knock (Fuel Problems), a Lean Running Condition or Engine Mechanical Problems.

PTO Detonation

1353

0

P1337

Max. Detonation Correction Limit Reached, PTO Cylinder

This Trouble Code Sets if the Engine Controller Reaches the Maximum Detonation Control Limit by Fuel Correction on the PTO Cylinder. Can be caused by Incorrect Fuel (low octane or Ethanol content), Low Fuel Pressure or any other condition.

16

P2337

Cylinder 2 (PTO) Knock Level Critical

This Trouble Code Sets if Cylinder 2 (PTO) Knock Sensor reaches a Critical Level. Can be caused by Excessive Knock (Fuel Problems), a Lean Running Condition or Engine Mechanical Problems.

Sensor Supply Voltage 1

3509

4

P06B1

Sensor Supply Voltage 1 Low

This Trouble Code sets if the Sensor Supply 1 Voltage is below an acceptable limit (approx. 4.50 Volts). Can be caused by Damaged Wiring or Faulty/Shorted Sensors.

Sensor Supply Voltage 2

3510

4

P06B4

Sensor Supply Voltage 2 Low

This Trouble Code sets if the Sensor Supply 2 Voltage is below an acceptable limit (approx. 4.50 Volts). Can be caused by Damaged Wiring or Faulty/Shorted Sensors.

Sensor Supply Voltage 3

3511

4

P16B6

Vehicle Speed Sensor Supply Voltage Low

This Trouble Code sets if the Sensor Supply 3 Voltage is below an acceptable limit (approx. 4.5 Volts). Can be caused by Damaged Wiring or Faulty Sensor/shorted to ground.

Oil pump

3589

5

P16BA

Oil Pump Driver Circuit Open

This Trouble Code Sets if the Oil Pump Driver Circuit is Open. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring/Connections, a Faulty Oil Pump/Connections or Faulty ECU/Connections

12

P16BC

Oil Pump Driver Circuit Fault

This Trouble Code Sets if a Failure is Detected in the Oil Pump Driver Circuit. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring/Connections, a Faulty Oil Pump/Connections or Faulty ECU/Connections

Injector Supply Voltage

3598

3

P16A9

Injector Output Supply 2 Voltage High

This Trouble Code sets if the Injector Output Supply 2 Voltage is above an acceptable limit. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring or Faulty/Shorted Connectors.

4

P16A8

Injector Output Supply 2 Voltage Low

This Trouble Code sets if the Injector Output Supply 2 Voltage is below an acceptable limit. Can be caused by Damaged Wiring or Faulty/Shorted Connectors.

PBR

32522

208

P1603

Regulator Thermal Shutdown

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has entered thermal shutdown. Can be caused by Long periods of high load operation and idle with a snow-covered hood

223

P1604

Regulator Temperature Warning

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has indicated a temperature warning. Can be caused by Long periods of high load operation and idle with a snow-covered hood

245

P1606

Regulator: ECU Open Circuit

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has detected an Open Circuit in the ECU Supply Can be caused by a blown ECU Fuse or Open Circuit in the ECU power wiring.

246

P1607

Regulator: ECU Overload

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has detected Excessive Current Draw in the ECU Supply Can be caused by defective power circuit to the ECU, electrical modifications or faulty ECU

255

P1608

Regulator: ECU Voltage Too High

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has detected Excessive Voltage in the ECU Supply Can be caused by damaged wiring, Regulator connections or Regulator

32523

4

P1609

Regulator: Critical Voltage Too Low

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has detected Low Voltage in the Critical Circuit Can be caused by damaged Regulator wiring or connections, electrical modifications or faulty Regulator

5

P160B

Regulator: Critical Open Circuit

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has detected an Open Circuit in the Critical Circuit Can be caused by damaged wiring, faulty headlight, Fuel Pump or Regulator connections

6

P160C

Regulator: Critical Short Circuit

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has detected Excessive Current in the Critical Circuit Can be caused by damaged wiring, faulty headlight, Fuel Pump or Regulator connections

15

P160D

Regulator: Critical Voltage Too High

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has detected Excessive Voltage in the Critical Circuit Can be caused by damaged wiring, faulty headlight, Fuel Pump or Regulator connections

20

P160E

Regulator: Chassis Voltage Too Low

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has detected Low Voltage in the Chassis Circuit Can be caused by damaged wiring or faulty grip heaters

22

P160F

Regulator: Chassis Short Circuit

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has detected Excessive Current Draw in the Chassis Circuit Can be caused by damaged wiring or faulty grip heaters

31

P1610

Regulator: Chassis Voltage Too High

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has detected Excessive Voltage in the Chassis Circuit Can be caused by damaged wiring, Regulator connections or Regulator

32531

36

P1510

Regulator: Stator Output Low

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has detected a Low Voltage condition in the Stator Can be caused by a Short to ground in the Stator or damaged Stator wiring.

37

P1511

Regulator: Stator Open Circuit

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has detected an Open Circuit condition in the Stator Can be caused by an Open Circuit in the Stator or damaged Stator wiring.

520376

31

P1618

Regulator Chassis Voltage Disabled

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has detected an internal fault Can be caused by a faulty Voltage Regulator Module

520377

31

P1619

Regulator ECU Voltage Too Low

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has detected an internal Low Voltage Condition Can be caused by damaged wiring/connections or Regulator/connections

520378

31

P161A

Regulator Reduced Performance

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator has detected an internal fault Can be caused by a faulty Voltage Regulator Module

520660

31

P161B

Regulator Near Thermal Shutdown

This Trouble Code Sets if the Regulator is near the thermal shutdown point Can be caused by excessive power consumption or insufficient cooling air flow

ECU Voltage

520174

3

P1341

ECU Supply Voltage High

This Trouble Code sets if the ECU Supply Voltage is above 17.00V Can be based by faulty wiring, faulty regulator or ECU / Connections

4

P1342

ECU Supply Voltage Low

This Trouble Code sets if the ECU Supply Voltage is below 10.00V Can be based by faulty wiring, faulty regulator or ECU / Connections

Critical Voltage

520175

3

P1343

Critical Supply Voltage High

This Trouble Code sets if the Critical Supply Voltage is above 17.00V Can be based by faulty wiring, faulty regulator or ECU / Connections

4

P1344

Critical Supply Voltage Low

This Trouble Code sets if the Critical Supply Voltage is below 10.00V Can be cbased by faulty wiring, faulty regulator or ECU / Connections

Chassis Voltage

520176

3

P1345

Chassis Supply Voltage High

This Trouble Code sets if the Chassis Supply Voltage is above 18.00V Can be based by faulty wiring, faulty regulator or ECU / Connections

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That pesky check engine light is mocking you again. Your dash lights are called “idiot lights” for a reason, and you’re not going to be caught dead at the park without resetting your Polaris RZR 1000’s check engine light first.

OK, maybe it’s not that bad, but a check engine light that doesn’t go away is annoying either way. Fear not! We’ll give you some sure-fire ways to get rid of a check engine light that’s stuck like a YXZ in mud.

1. Fix the Problem

When your check engine light comes on, you have a problem. And you’re not going to reset your check engine light without fixing that problem. Here’s how to figure out what the issue is:

  • Find the diagnostic code by holding the “MODE” button on the rider information center
  • Cycle to the “DIAGCODE” option
  • Compare your diagnostic code to the ones found in the diagnostic display code definition table
  • Fix the issue given

Nine times out of ten, the issue is belt related. If you’re not sure how to fix whatever your issue is, find a dealer.

If your RZR’s check engine light doesn’t reset after fixing the problem, then you need to try another trick.

2. Ride Your Machine

If your RZR’s check engine light doesn’t reset, it doesn’t necessarily mean you did something wrong. Your UTV might just need some time to sort itself out.

The length of time required to reset your light depends on the diagnostic code you get, and it’s hard to tell which ones will take longer.

With some codes, the check engine light will reset after 4000 engine revolutions (assuming the issue is fixed). Others will take much longer and require many key-on and off cycles.

And there are some that won’t reset with this method at all and require specialized tools.

A Polaris RZR 1000 getting ride time to reset the check engine light.

3. Use a Tool

If your RZR’s check engine light doesn’t reset on it’s own, you can try using specialized tools.

There are a number of tuners and other scan tools on the market that can manually reset your check engine light.

If you don’t have one, don’t want to get one, or it doesn’t work for you, you may have a code that can only be reset using Polaris’ proprietary “Polaris Digital Wrench Software.” Your local Polaris dealer should have access to this software and be able to reset your light in this case.

If you’ve tried everything else and can’t get your check engine light to go away, you’ll have to take it to a dealer.

4. Disconnect the Battery (Last Resort!)

If you’re at your wits’ end, and you have to get that check engine light off RIGHT NOW, there’s one more thing you can try.

Before we tell you what to do, we’ll tell you why we consider it a last resort. This process resets your ECU, but it can inadvertently reset parts of your ECU’s memory. It can lead to more issues. Some are easy to resolve, but others might require you to replace your ECU if it’s permanently damaged.

In theory, this is a risky method. In practice, it seems to work out.

To reset the ECU, you have to disconnect the battery completely. Then touch your RZR’s wire harness terminals together. This will drain the capacitors and anything else in your ECU that holds a charge, and is a guaranteed method of resetting your Polaris RZR’s check engine light.

Say Goodbye to Your Idiot Lights

With your idiot light situation resolved, you can ride with confidence knowing you’re just as mechanically intelligent as the next person. And when your buddy’s check engine light turns on, you can save the day.

Since 90% of check engine lights are caused by belt issues, make sure to upgrade your drive belts, and say goodbye to your idiot lights.

Sours: https://www.superatv.com/offroad-atlas/how-to-reset-the-check-engine-light-on-your-polaris-rzr-1000/
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Instrument Cluster

Rider Information Center

Special EFI Diagnostic Mode

The EFI diagnostic mode is for informational purposes only. Please

see your Polaris dealer for all major repairs. To download blink codes

(failure codes) from the EFI module:

1. Place the transmission in PARK, turn the engine off and turn the

key switch to the ON position.

2. Turn the key switch off and on three times in less than five

seconds, then leave the switch on. Any blink code numbers stored

in the EFI module will display, one at a time, in the alphanumeric

display. The number "61" and the word "END" will display after

all codes have been transmitted.

Blink

Failure Description

Code

-

No RPM Signal

21

Loss of Synchronization

45

Barometric Pressure Sensor:

Circuit Low Input

46

Barometric Pressure Sensor:

Circuit High Input

22

TPS: Open or Short Circuit to

Ground

22

TPS: Short Circuit to Battery

23

RAM Error: Defective ECU

42

Engine Temp Sensor Circuit:

Short to Ground

42

Engine Temp Sensor Circuit:

Open or Short to Battery

51

Injector 1: Open Load

51

Injector 1: Short Circuit to Ground

51

Injector 1: Short Circuit to Battery

52

Injector 2: Open Load

52

Injector 2: Short Circuit to Ground

52

Injector 2: Short Circuit to Battery

FEATURES AND CONTROLS

Blink

Failure Description

Code

54

Engine Temp Lamp: Open Load

54

Engine Temp Lamp: Short Circuit

to Ground

54

Engine Temp Lamp: Short Circuit

to Battery

55

Diag Lamp: Open Load

55

Diag Lamp: Short Circuit to

Ground

55

Diag Lamp: Short Circuit to

Battery

56

Pump Relay: Open Load

56

Pump Relay: Short Circuit to

Ground

56

Pump Relay: Short Circuit to

Battery

41

Intake Air Temp Sensor: Open or

Short Circuit to +Sensor Voltage

41

Intake Air Temp Sensor: Short

Circuit to Ground

61

END

45

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