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1- Check for leaks. If no leak found go to next action step.2- Go to Activations – SCM and start Test routine. If the test is done with no fault, the system is working properly. Check the harness and connector to see a potential source of intermittent dysfunction, if nothing is found clear the occurred fault and no more actions have to be done. If the compressor is not starting check the compress
1- Go to Activations – SCM and start Test routine. If the test passed, the system is working properly. Check the harness and connection to see a potential source of intermittent dysfunction, if nothing is found clear the occurred fault and no more actions have to be done. Mud, dust or water in the release valve may explain the fault code. If the Test status shows a Fail_release, proceed to next a
1- Go to Activations – SCM and start Test routine. Verify that the Shock Absorber Pressure and the Auxiliary Line Pressure correlates in BUDS. If the test is done with no fault, the system is working properly. Check the harness and connection to see a potential source of intermittent dysfunction, if nothing is found clear the occurred fault and no more actions have to be done. If the Test Status 
1- Run TCTest_PCluLine. 2- If it fails, run TCTest_ClngVentnCyc and got step 1. After 3 tryouts, replace HCU
1- Verify if all the module are present in BUDS (under Module Menu), if they are the vehicle is working properly.2- Check continuity between the cluster, ECM and SCM CAN network.
1- Verify if all the module are present in BUDS,2- Check continuity between the cluster and SCM CAN network
1- Verify if all the module are present in BUDS,2- Check continuity between the cluster and SCM CAN network
1- Verify if all the module are present in BUDS,2- Check continuity between the cluster, ECM and CAN network
1- Verify if all the module are present in BUDS,2- Check continuity between the cluster, ECM and CAN network.
1- Verify in Setting – Vehicle Configuration page is correctly set up.2- If Update File is available reflash the SCM. If not, clear the fault, if it returns replace the SCM.
1- Verify suspension system for air leaks
12 V primary circuit voltage too high
12 V primary circuit voltage too high
12 V primary circuit voltage too low
12 V primary circuit voltage too low
12 volts supply overload
12 volts supply overload
1630 ECM Update (RCD1)
1630 ECM Update (RCD1)
1630 ECM Update (RCD2)
1630 ECM Update (RCD2)
1630 XHO ECM (RCD1)
1630 XHO ECM (RCD1)
1630 XHO ECM (RCD2)
1630 XHO ECM (RCD2)
17331708220835A0000X0
17331708220835A0000X0
17421711161119D0000P0
17421712200844D0CF3P0
17461711161015D0000P0
1-put SM shifter on the shift shaft protruding from the engine, left side. Try to shift manually with this added shifter. Does It works? If yes, go to 2. if not, go to 3.2- run TCTest_PCluLine and TCTest_ShiftHyd. If there really is a problem one of them should fail. if so, replace HCU3- Move by hand the reverse interlock lever. if its not moving freely, it can be the source of the stuck transmis
2016-03: Cylinder Head Bolt Replacement
2016-03: Cylinder Head Bolt Replacement
2016-03: Cylinder Head Bolt Replacement
2016-03: Cylinder Head Bolt Replacement (RCD2)
20170127_201303
20170127_201303
20170127_201303
20170406_201704191421
20170406_201704191421
2017-11-10
2017-11-13
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to battery +
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to battery +
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to battery +
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to battery +
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to battery +
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to battery +OBD-L I related
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to battery +OBD-L I related
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to GND
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to GND
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to GND
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to GND
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to GND
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to GND
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to GND
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to GNDOBD-L I related
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to GNDOBD-L I related
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to supply
2nd Throttle Accelerator Sensor (TAS) shorted to supply
2nd Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) low
2nd Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) low
2nd Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) low
2nd Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) low
2nd Throttle position Sensors (TPS) high
2nd Throttle Position Sensors (TPS) high
2nd Throttle Position Sensors (TPS) high
2nd Throttle Position Sensors (TPS) high
2nd Throttle Position Sensors (TPS) high
2nd Throttle position Sensors (TPS) highOBD-L I related
2nd Throttle position Sensors (TPS) highOBD-L I related
2nd Throttle Position Sensors (TPS) low
2nd Throttle Position Sensors (TPS) lowOBD-L I related
2nd Throttle Position Sensors (TPS) lowOBD-L I related
5264REV01
5Bar feed pilot pressure regulator brokenLeak in the clutch circuitPilot solenoid feed orifice cloggedPilot feed screen cloggedBent spool spring
5Bar feed pilot pressure regulator brokenLeak in the pilot circuit of the line pressure valvePilot solenoid feed orifice enlargedBroken / missing spool spring
5V engine supply too low/high
5V engine supply too low/high
5V Reference does not fit
5V reference supply too high
5V reference supply too high
5V reference supply too high
5V reference supply too low
5V reference supply too low
5V reference supply too low
5V vehicle supply too low/high
5V vehicle supply too low/high
7C1153BA7VM02 New ODB-L file
A clutch with friction coefficient that fell suddenlyClutch valve with incorrect pressure responseHCU with reduced maximum clutch pressure (clogged filter, damaged pump, damaged valve)
A magnetic field might be present near the DPS- A steering component might be magnetized (welding, magnet)- A high current wire may run close to the DPS – Might be a defective torque sensor. 
A magnetic field might be present near the DPS.A steering component might be magnetized (welding, magnet).A high current wire may run close to the DPS. Might be a defective torque sensor. 
A non stored access key was detected  when key switch was turned to ON.
A non stored access key was detected  when key switch was turned to ON.
A non stored access key was detected  when key switch was turned to ON.
A non stored access key was detected  when key switch was turned to ON.
A non stored access key was detected  when key switch was turned to ON.
A non stored access key was detected  when key switch was turned to ON.
A non stored access key was detected  when key switch was turned to ON.
A non stored access key was detected  when key switch was turned to ON. If no access key is available, program a new one and retry. 
A non stored access key was detected  when key switch was turned to ON. If no access key is available, program a new one and retry. 
A non stored access key was detected  when key switch was turned to ON. If no access key is available, program a new one and retry. 
A non stored access key was detected when key switch was turned to ON. If no access key is available, program a new one and retry.
A non stored access key was detected when key switch was turned to ON. If no access key is available, program a new one and retry.
A non stored access key was detected when key switch was turned to ON. If no access key is available, program a new one and retry.
A particle made the valve to stick in its close to line position.Pilot valve mechanically broken, creating constant 5 bar pilot pressure no matter solenoid current
A particle made the valve to stick in its close to tank position. No pressure can be generated.Pilot valve mechanically broken, creating constant 0 bar pilot pressure no matter solenoid current
ABS
ABS
ABS
ABS
ABS pump motor control failure
ABS pump motor control failure
Absolute Crank Position sensor Disconnected or shorted to Battery
Absolute Crank Position sensor Disconnected or shorted to Battery
Absolute Crank Position sensor or circuit wires shorted to Ground
Absolute Crank Position sensor or circuit wires shorted to Ground
Absolute Crank Position sensor Signal 1 and 2 are not synchronized
Absolute Crank Position sensor Signal 1 and 2 are not synchronized
Absolute Crank position sensor Signal 1 or Signal 2 Voltage too high
Absolute Crank position sensor Signal 1 or Signal 2 Voltage too high
Absolute Crank position sensor Signal 1 or Signal 2 Voltage too low
Absolute Crank position sensor Signal 1 or Signal 2 Voltage too low
Absolute Crank position sensor Signal not plausible
Absolute Crank position sensor Signal not plausible
Accessories relay circuit
Accessories relay circuit
Accessories relay circuit shorted to battery +
Accessories relay circuit shorted to battery +
Accessories relay circuit shorted to ground or open circuit
Accessories relay circuit shorted to ground or open circuit
Accessory Relay / spare short to gnd (open)
Accessory Relay / spare short to gnd (open)
Accessory Relay / spare short to gnd (open)
Accessory Relay / spare short to gnd (open)
Accessory Relay / spare short to gnd (open)
Accessory Relay / spare short to gnd (open)
Accessory Relay / spare short to supply (overcurrent)
Accessory Relay / spare short to supply (overcurrent)
Accessory Relay / spare short to supply (overcurrent)
Accessory Relay / spare short to supply (overcurrent)
Accessory Relay / spare short to supply (overcurrent)
Accessory Relay / spare short to supply (overcurrent)
Accessory relay circuit
Accessory relay circuit
Accessory relay circuit
Accessory relay circuit
Accessory relay circuit
Accessory relay circuit
Accessory relay circuit shorted to battery +
Accessory relay circuit shorted to battery +
Accessory relay circuit shorted to battery +
Accessory relay circuit shorted to battery +
Accessory relay circuit shorted to battery +
Accessory relay circuit shorted to battery +
Accessory relay circuit shorted to ground or open circuit
Accessory relay circuit shorted to ground or open circuit
Accessory relay circuit shorted to ground or open circuit
Accessory relay circuit shorted to ground or open circuit
Accessory relay circuit shorted to ground or open circuit
Accessory relay circuit shorted to ground or open circuit
Accessory relay open circuit or shorted to ground
Accessory supply output
Activate iS using BUDS. activation function.
Activated park brake detection switch fault.
Activated park brake detection switch fault.
Active:1- Check DPS motor fuse MFB562- Verify ground and positive connections on battery.3- Verify that battery ground wire is properly tightened to chassis post4- Verify that DPS ground wire is properly tightnened to ground post on DPS upper case5- Verify that common ground post on frame is properly tightened6- Measure voltage between harness connector DPS2-A and ground. (Expected value = 11 to 
Active:1- Measure battery voltage with engine stopped. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)2- Measure battery voltage with engine Running. (Expected value: 13 to 14.7 volts)3- Check connections on voltage regulator.4- Check ground and positive connections on battery.Occured:Clear faults and monitor if fault reappears.If P0563 fault comes back, there might be an intermittent electrical problem describ
Active:1- Reset Torque Sensor in BUDS, without any torque applied to the handlebars (nothing touching it)2- Key-OFF for min. 20 seconds.3- Key-ON4- If fault still active, replace DPS unitOccured:Clear Faults and monitor if fault reappears.If P0551 reappears, there might be an intermittent Torque Sensor failure: Replace DPS unit.
Active:Check DPS motor connections.Check DPS motor fuse MFB56Check connections on voltage regulator.Check ground and positive connections on battery.Occured:Clear faults and monitor if fault reappears.If P0637 reappears, there might be an intermittent electrical problem described above.
Active:Check DPS motor connections.Check DPS motor fuse MFB56Measure battery voltage with engine stopped. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Check ground and positive connections on battery.Occured:Clear faults and monitor if fault reappears.If P0636 comes back, there might be an intermittent electrical problem described above.
Active:External troubleshooting is not possibleReplace the DPS.Occured:Clear faults and monitor if fault reappears. If P0658 reappears, replace DPS unit.
Active:External troubleshooting is not possibleReplace the DPS.Occured:Clear faults and monitor if fault reappears. If P0659 reappears, replace DPS unit.
Active:External troubleshooting is not possibleReplace the DPS.Occured:Clear faults and monitor if fault reappears. If P0666 reappears, replace DPS unit.
Active:External troubleshooting is not possibleReplace the DPS.Occured:Clear faults and monitor if fault reappears. If P2570 reappears, replace DPS unit.
Active:External troubleshooting is not possibleReplace the DPS.Occured:Clear faults and monitor if fault reappears. If P2671 reappears, replace DPS unit.
Active:External Troubleshooting not possible: Replace the DPS.Occured:Clear faults and monitor if fault reappears.If P0552 reappears without excessive torque applied to the handlebars, there might be an intermittent Torque Sensor failure: Replace DPS unit
Active:External Troubleshooting not possible: Replace the DPS.Occured:Clear faults and monitor if fault reappears.If P0553 reappears without excessive torque applied to the handlebars, there might be an intermittent Torque Sensor failure: Replace DPS unit
Active:Make sure that proper- DPS Unit Part Number- DPS Software Part Number- DPS Calibration Part Number- ECM (Engine Control Module)Are installed on proper vehicle model.Verify if update available in BUDS.If not, install proper part numbers.Occured:Clear faults
Active:This is a warning that DPS is operating in the temperature limitation range of -10 deg C to 0 deg C (14 deg F to 32 deg F).No troubleshooting is needed if temperature is below 0 deg C (32 deg F).1) Let vehicle thaw to room temperature. 2) Then Key-OFF for min 20 sec.3) Key-ON4) If fault is still active, there might be a problem with the temprature sensors. Replace DPS unit.5) If fault is n
Active:Try updating the DPS with B.U.D.S.Occured:Clear Faults.
Active:With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (Expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and ECMB-C1 (Expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and ECMB-C2 (Expected value < 2 ohms).Occured:Clear faults
Actuator mechanically stuckInterlock mechanically stuck in transmission
Actuator movement
Actuator movement
Actuator movement warning
Actuator movement warning
ADC module is not initialized
ADC module is not initialized
ADC module is not initialized
ADC module is not initialized
Addition of the speed limit control into the cluster menu
Addition of the speed limit control into the cluster menu
Additive mixture adaptation below lower limit –> mixture too rich
Additive mixture adaptation exceeds upper limit –> mixture too lean
After a complete shutdown, validate Smartlok front Differential functionnality by doing a lock and unlock request and confirm with BUDS the feedback from the diagnostic routine.
After a complete shutdown, validate Smartlok front Differential functionnality by doing a lock and unlock request and confirm with BUDS the feedback from the diagnostic routine.
After a complete shutdown, validate Smartlok front Differential functionnality by doing a lock and unlock request and confirm with BUDS the feedback from the diagnostic routine.
After servicing, the wires may have been connected to the wrong cylinders
After servicing, the wires may have been connected to the wrong cylinders
After servicing, the wires may have been connected to the wrong cylinders
Air intake manifold leak downstream of throttle
Air leak from intake plenum
Air leak from intake plenum
Air Leak Plausibility check
Air Leak Plausibility check
Air Leak Plausibility check
Air temperature sensor fault, low voltage (internal to T-MAP sensor)
Air temperature sensor fault, low voltage (internal to T-MAP sensor)
Air temperature sensor fault, low voltage (internal to T-MAP sensor)
Air temperature sensor fault, low voltage (internal to T-MAP sensor)
Air temperature sensor functional problem
Air temperature sensor functional problem
Air temperature sensor or circuit wires shorted to ground.
Air temperature sensor or circuit wires shorted to ground.
Air temperature sensor voltage too high
Air temperature sensor voltage too high
Air temperature sensor voltage too low
Air temperature sensor voltage too low
All models: Check throttle position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 1 and 2. Check system circuits J1A-10 for continuity to terminal 1 of the TPS connector, J1A-26 for continuity to terminal 2 of the TPS connector. For XP models: Check system circuits J1A-18 for continuity to terminal 3 of the TPS connector. For XM and XS models: Check system circuits J1A-1 for continuity to terminal 1 o
All models: Check throttle position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 1 and 2. Check system circuits J1A-10 for continuity to terminal 1 of the TPS connector, J1A-26 for continuity to terminal 2 of the TPS connector. For XP models: Check system circuits J1A-18 for continuity to terminal 3 of the TPS connector. For XM and XS models: Check system circuits J1A-1 for continuity to terminal 1 o
All models: Check throttle position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 1 and 2. Check system circuits J1A-10 for continuity to terminal 1 of the TPS connector, J1A-26 for continuity to terminal 2 of the TPS connector. For XP models: Check system circuits J1A-18 for continuity to terminal 3 of the TPS connector. For XM and XS models: Check system circuits J1A-1 for continuity to terminal 1 o
All Product
Alternator Defective or not connectedBattery failure; an external battery charger may have been used.Damaged circuit wires or connection.
Alternator Defective or not connectedBattery failure; an external battery charger may have been used.Damaged circuit wires or connection.
Alternator Defective or not connectedBattery failure; an external battery charger may have been used.Damaged circuit wires or connection.
Alternator disconnectedDamaged alternatorBattery unpluggedOpen sensing circuit or burnt LFB 10A F3 fuse
Alternator disconnectedDamaged alternatorBattery unpluggedOpen sensing circuit or burnt LFB 10A F3 fuse
Alternator feed back circuit Range/Performance
Alternator feed back circuit Range/Performance
Alternator feed back circuit shorted to battery +
Alternator feed back circuit shorted to battery +
Alternator feed back circuit shorted to ground or open circuit
Alternator feed back circuit shorted to ground or open circuit
Altitude correction factor (fho) not plausible – out of range
Ambient air pressure sensor DefectiveDamaged circuit wires, damaged connector or damaged ECM pins, ECM voltage supply.
Ambient air pressure sensor DefectiveDamaged circuit wires, damaged connector or damaged ECM pins, ECM voltage supply.
Ambient Air Temperature Sensor circuit high
Ambient Air Temperature Sensor circuit highOBD-L I related
Ambient Air Temperature Sensor circuit low
Ambient Air Temperature Sensor circuit lowOBD-L I related
Ambient Air Temperature Sensor voltage too high.
Ambient Air Temperature Sensor voltage too high.
Ambient Air Temperature Sensor voltage too low.
Ambient Air Temperature Sensor voltage too low.
Ambient Air Temperature Sensor voltage too low.
Ambient Pressure Sensor not plausible
Ambient Pressure Sensor not plausible
Ambient Pressure Sensor short to gnd
Ambient Pressure Sensor short to gnd
Ambient pressure sensor short to V +
Ambient pressure sensor short to V +
Ambient pressure sensor short to V +
Ambient pressure sensor short to V +
Ambient Pressure Sensor short to vcc
Ambient Pressure Sensor short to vcc
Ambient pressure sensor shorted to ground
Ambient pressure sensor shorted to ground
Ambient pressure sensor shorted to ground
Ambient pressure sensor shorted to ground
Ambient pressure sensor voltage too high
Ambient pressure sensor voltage too highOBD-L I related
Ambient pressure sensor voltage too low
Ambient pressure sensor voltage too lowOBD-L I related
An external battery charger may have been used, damaged ECM.
An external battery charger may have been used, damaged ECM.
An external battery charger may have been used, damaged ECM.
An external battery charger may have been used, damaged ECM.
An open signal on the Engine coolant temperature (CTS) can trigger that fault
An open signal on the Engine coolant temperature (CTS) can trigger that fault
An open signal on the Engine coolant temperature (CTS) can trigger that fault
An open signal on the Engine coolant temperature (CTS) can trigger that fault
Analog input General Failure
Analog input General Failure
Analog input General Failure
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #2
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #2
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #3
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #3
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #4
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #4
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #5
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #5
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #6
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #6
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #7
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #7
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #8
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #8
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #9
Analog input performance/plausibility AI #9
Analog input range/performance AI #1 (Fuel)
Analog input range/performance AI #1 (Fuel)
Analog input Value received not plausible
Analog input voltage AI #2
Analog input voltage AI #2
Analog input voltage AI #3
Analog input voltage AI #3
Analog input voltage AI #4
Analog input voltage AI #4
Analog input voltage AI #5
Analog input voltage AI #5
Analog input voltage AI #6
Analog input voltage AI #6
Analog input voltage AI #7
Analog input voltage AI #7
Analog input voltage AI #8
Analog input voltage AI #8
Analog input voltage AI #9
Analog input voltage AI #9
Angle position sensor warning
Angle position sensor warning
Any reason which will cause a lean condition at idle, ex:Fuel pressure too lowClogged fuel injectorDefective fuel injector (sticking)Large quantity of ethanol fuel mixed in the tank
Any reason which will cause a lean condition at idle, ex:Fuel pressure too lowClogged fuel injectorDefective fuel injector (sticking)Large quantity of ethanol fuel mixed in the tank
Any reason which will cause a lean condition at idle, ex:Fuel pressure too lowClogged fuel injectorDefective fuel injector (sticking)Large quantity of ethanol fuel mixed in the tank
Any reason which will cause a lean condition at idle, ex:Fuel pressure too lowClogged fuel injectorDefective fuel injector (sticking)Large quantity of ethanol fuel mixed in the tank
Any reason which will cause a lean condition at idle, ex:Fuel pressure too lowClogged fuel injectorDefective fuel injector (sticking)Large quantity of ethanol fuel mixed in the tank
Any reason which will cause a lean condition at idle, ex:Fuel pressure too lowClogged fuel injectorDefective fuel injector (sticking)Large quantity of ethanol fuel mixed in the tank
Any reason which will cause a lean condition under load, ex:Fuel pressure too lowClogged fuel filterClogged fuel injectorLarge quantity of ethanol fuel mixed in the tank
Any reason which will cause a lean condition under load, ex:Fuel pressure too lowClogged fuel filterClogged fuel injectorLarge quantity of ethanol fuel mixed in the tank
Any reason which will cause a lean condition under load, ex:Fuel pressure too lowClogged fuel filterClogged fuel injectorLarge quantity of ethanol fuel mixed in the tank
Any reason which will cause a rich condition at idle, ex:Fuel pressure too highCanister purge valve stuck openCanister purge valve leakingCanister purge valve installed in wrong flow directionLarge amount of fuel vapor coming out the crankcase ventilation hose (fuel in engine oil)
Any reason which will cause a rich condition at idle, ex:Fuel pressure too highCanister purge valve stuck openCanister purge valve leakingCanister purge valve installed in wrong flow directionLarge amount of fuel vapor coming out the crankcase ventilation hose (fuel in engine oil)
Any reason which will cause a rich condition at idle, ex:Fuel pressure too highCanister purge valve stuck openCanister purge valve leakingCanister purge valve installed in wrong flow directionLarge amount of fuel vapor coming out the crankcase ventilation hose (fuel in engine oil)
Any reason which will cause a rich condition under load, ex:Fuel pressure too highOil entering the intake system through the vacuum assist lineCanister purge valve stuck open
Any reason which will cause a rich condition under load, ex:Fuel pressure too highOil entering the intake system through the vacuum assist lineCanister purge valve stuck open
Any reason which will cause a rich condition under load, ex:Fuel pressure too highOil entering the intake system through the vacuum assist lineCanister purge valve stuck open
Aplication Software Incompatibility
Aplication Software Incompatibility
Aplication Software Incompatibility
Application calibration is corrupted
Application calibration is corrupted
Application calibration is corrupted
Application parameters corrupted (backup #1 or #2)
Application parameters corrupted (backup #1 or #2)
Application parameters corrupted (backup #1 or #2)
At leat one electrical fault is present on the TPS
At leat one electrical fault is present on the TPS
ATV – DPS service reflash for Outlander, Outlander L MY18
ATV 1010 T3 ECM reflash –
Gearbox state improvement
Gear learning span improvement
ATV 1010 T3 ECM reflash – ABS vehicles ONLY
ATV 1010 T3 ECM reflash – ABS vehicles ONLY
ATV 1010 T3 ECM reflash – ABS vehicles ONLY
ATV 1010 T3 ECM reflash – ABS vehicles ONLY
ATV 1010 T3 ECM reflash – Gearbox state improvement
ATV 1010 T3 ECM reflash for ABS vehicles ONLY
ATV 570/650 T3 ECM reflash – ABS vehicles ONLY
ATV 570/650 T3 ECM reflash – ABS vehicles ONLY
ATV 570/650 T3 ECM reflash – ABS vehicles ONLY
ATV 570/650 T3 ECM reflash – ABS vehicles ONLY
ATV 570/650 T3 ECM reflash – Gearbox state improvement
ATV 570/650 T3 ECM reflash –
Gearbox state improvement
Gear learning span improvement
ATV 650 T3 ECM Relash for ABS vehicles ONLY
ATV 650 T3 ECM Relash for ABS vehicles ONLY
ATV – DPS service reflash OUTLANDER 6X6 MIL only
ATV 6X6mil DPS service reflash 
ATV Cluster Speed limit control
ATV Cluster Speed limit control
ATV Cluster update for speed limit control
ATV DPS service reflash for 6x6MIL
ATV DPS service reflash for Outlander, Outlander L and 6×6
ATV DPS service reflash for Renegade
ATV ECM reflash for ABS vehicles ONLY
ATV ESP9.2 BL53
ATV ESP9.2 BL53 _ Bootloader mode
ATV G2+ MY19 – ME17 Engine 1010 T3 – ONLY Engineering vehicles
ATV G2+ MY19 – ME17 Engine 1010 T3 – ONLY Engineering vehicles
ATV G2+ MY19 – ME17 Engine 1010R – ONLY Engineering vehicles
ATV G2+ MY19 – ME17 Engine 1010R – ONLY Engineering vehicles
ATV G2+ MY19 – ME17 Engine 570/660 – ONLY Engineering vehicles
ATV G2+ MY19 – ME17 Engine 570/660 – ONLY Engineering vehicles
ATV ME17 1010R
ATV ME17 427
ATV MY19 G2+ CARB_RFkey
ATV new T3
ATV new T3_Bootloader mode
ATV OUTLANDER 6X6 MIL – DPS service reflash MY18 (Service Part 709402230;703501029)
ATV OUTLANDER DPS service reflash 
ATV OUTLANDER DPS Service reflash MY18 (Service Part 709402230;703501029)
ATV RENEGADE DPS service reflash
ATV RENEGADE DPS Service reflash MY18 (Service Part 709402230;703501029)
Check for TCM fault or ECM fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and ECMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and ECMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance b
Check for TCM fault or ECM fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and ECMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and ECMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance b
Check for TCM fault or ECM fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and ECMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and ECMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance b
Check for VCM fault or ECM fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and ECMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and ECMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance b
Check for VCM fault or ECM fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and ECMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and ECMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance b
Check for VCM fault or ECM fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and ECMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and ECMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance b
Autocalibration exceeded acceptable travel limits
Autocalibration exceeded acceptable travel limits
Auxiliary line pressure sensor value out of range
Average front wheels speed higher then rear wheels speed detected.Bad connections, damaged sensor, damaged trigger wheel.
Average front wheels speed is significantly lower then rear wheels speed and 4×4 disconnect is engaged.Bad connections, damaged sensor, damaged 4X4 disconnect unit.
Average front wheels speed remain 0 when rear wheels speed detected and 4×4 disconnect unit is engaged.Bad connections, damaged sensor.
Avoid keeping the engine idling for too long. Inspect cooling system for leaks.
Avoid keeping the engine idling for too long. Inspect cooling system for leaks.
Avoid keeping the engine idling for too long.Inspect cooling system for leaks.
Avoid keeping the engine idling for too long.Inspect cooling system for leaks.
Back-up actuator shorted to GND
Back-up actuator shorted to V +
backup phase detection strategies not able to find the correct phase
backup phase detection strategies not able to find the correct phase
backup phase detection strategies not able to find the correct phase
Bad checksum of Calibration memory section
Bad GBPS learning. Bad GBPS. GBPS not connected to shift drum. Bad vehicle speed reading
Bad GBPS learning. Bad GBPS. GBPS not connected to shift drum. Bad vehicle speed reading
Bad GBPS learning. Bad GBPS. GBPS not connected to shift drum. Bad vehicle speed reading
Bad GBPS learningBad GBPSGBPS not connected to shift drumBad vehicle speed reading
Battery current validation error
Battery failure, damaged circuit wires or connection, too much load on electrical system.
Battery failure, damaged circuit wires or connection, too much load on electrical system.
Battery failure, damaged circuit wires or connection, too much load on electrical system.
Battery failure, damaged circuit wires or connection, too much load on electrical system.
Battery failure, rectifier failure or battery terminal connection.
Battery failure, rectifier failure, damaged circuit wires, battery terminal connection, damaged AC generator or damaged connectors.
Battery failure, rectifier failure, damaged circuit wires, battery terminal connection, damaged AC generator or damaged connectors.
Battery failure, rectifier failure, damaged circuit wires, battery terminal connection, damaged AC generator or damaged connectors. Ignore fault if occurred
Battery failure, rectifier failure, damaged circuit wires, battery terminal connection, damaged AC generator or damaged connectors. Ignore fault if occurred
Battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.An external battery charger may have been used.
Battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.An external battery charger may have been used.
Battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.An external battery charger may have been used.
Battery input current too high.
Battery relay open circuit or shorted to ground
Battery relay open circuit or shorted to ground
Battery voltage dropped under 11 volts.
Battery voltage dropped under 11 volts.
Battery voltage exceeded 15.6 volts.
Battery voltage exceeded 15.6 volts.
Battery voltage high
Battery voltage high
Battery voltage high
Battery voltage high
Battery voltage too high
Battery voltage too high
Battery voltage too high
Battery voltage low
Battery voltage low
Battery voltage low
Battery voltage low
Battery voltage not plausible
Battery voltage too low
Battery voltage too low
Battery voltage too low
Battery voltage validation error
Belt protection over heat
Belt protection over heat
Belt protection over heat
Belt protection over heat
Belt protection over heat
Belt protection over heat
Belt protection over heat
Belt protection over heat
Blown fuse F6, battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.An external battery charger may have been used.Intense winch usage
Blown fuse F6, battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.An external battery charger may have been used.Intense winch usage
Blown fuse F6, battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.An external battery charger may have been used.Intense winch usage
Blown fuse FC, battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.
Blown fuse FC, battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.An external battery charger may have been used.
Blown fuse FC, battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.An external battery charger may have been used. Intense usage of WINCH
Blown fuse FC, battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.An external battery charger may have been used. Intense usage of WINCH
Blown fuse FC, battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.An external battery charger may have been used. Intense usage of WINCH
Blown fuse,  damaged or disconnected relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged cluster output pins.
Blown fuse, battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.
Blown fuse, battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.
Blown fuse, battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.An external battery charger may have been used.
Blown fuse, battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.An external battery charger may have been used.
Blown fuse, battery failure, voltage regulator failure,damaged circuit wires or connection, damaged magneto generator.An external battery charger may have been used.
Blown fuse, battery low (damaged magneto/regulator), damaged circuit wires or connection, intense winch usage
Blown fuse, damaged circuit wires or connection.
Blown fuse, damaged fan relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged fan relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged fan relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged fan relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected BA,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged cluster output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fan relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fan relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fan relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fan relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fan relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fan relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fuel pump relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fuel pump relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fuel pump relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fuel pump relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fuel pump relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fuel pump relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fuel pump,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fuel pump,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fuel pump,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fuel pump,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fuel pump,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected fuel pump,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected injector,damaged or disconnected circuit wires, damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected injector,damaged or disconnected circuit wires, damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected injector,damaged or disconnected circuit wires, damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected injector,damaged or disconnected circuit wires, damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected injector,damaged or disconnected circuit wires, damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected injector,damaged or disconnected circuit wires, damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected injector,damaged or disconnected circuit wires, damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected injector,damaged or disconnected circuit wires, damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected injector,damaged or disconnected circuit wires, damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected injector,damaged or disconnected circuit wires, damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected injector,damaged or disconnected circuit wires, damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected injector,damaged or disconnected circuit wires, damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires or connectors, damaged ECM output pins, damaged Relay.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires or connectors, damaged ECM output pins, damaged Relay.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, Damaged circuit wires or connectors, Damaged ECM output pins, damaged Relay.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, Damaged circuit wires or connectors, Damaged ECM output pins, damaged Relay.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires or connectors, damaged ECM output pins, damaged Relay.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires or connectors, damaged ECM output pins, damaged Relay.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires or connectors, damaged ECM output pins, damaged Relay.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires or connectors, damaged ECM output pins, damaged Relay.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, Damaged circuit wires or connectors, Damaged ECM output pins, damaged Relay.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires, damaged multi switch leftdamaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins, damaged headlamp overrun switch.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires, damaged multi switch leftdamaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins, damaged headlamp overrun switch.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires, damaged multi switch leftdamaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins, damaged headlamp overrun switch.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires, damaged multi switch leftdamaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins, damaged headlamp overrun switch.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires, damaged multi switch leftdamaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins, damaged headlamp overrun switch.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires, damaged multi switch leftdamaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins, damaged headlamp overrun switch.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,
damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins, damaged headlamp overrun switch.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins, damaged headlamp overrun switch.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins, damaged headlamp overrun switch.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins, damaged headlamp overrun switch.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins, damaged headlamp overrun switch.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged cluster output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay.Damaged or disconnected circuit wires.Damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay.Damaged or disconnected circuit wires.Damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay.Damaged or disconnected circuit wires.Damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay.Damaged or disconnected circuit wires.Damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay.Damaged or disconnected circuit wires.Damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected relay.Damaged or disconnected circuit wires.Damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, damaged or disconnected SRS,damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged cluster output pins.
Blown fuse, defective O2 sensor,damaged circuit wires, damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, defective O2 sensor,damaged circuit wires, damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, defective O2 sensor,damaged circuit wires, damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, Defective purge valve, damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, Defective purge valve, damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, Defective purge valve, damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, Defective purge valve, damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, Defective purge valve, damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, Defective purge valve, damaged circuit wires, damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, Purge valve disconnectedDefective purge valve, damaged circuit wires,damaged connector or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, Purge valve disconnectedDefective purge valve, damaged circuit wires,damaged connector or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse, Purge valve disconnectedDefective purge valve, damaged circuit wires,damaged connector or damaged ECM output pins.
Blown fuse. Starter solenoid coil is shorted. Control wire shorted to battery. Damaged ECM.
Blown fuse.Starter solenoid coil is shorted.Control wire shorted to battery.Damaged ECM.
Blown fuseDamaged clutch valve circuit, damaged circuit wires,damaged connector or damaged ECM output pins.Note: shorted to ground solenoid may cause slippage of the clutch
Blown fuseDamaged clutch valve circuit, damaged circuit wires,damaged connector or damaged ECM output pins.Note: shorted to ground solenoid may cause slippage of the clutch
BLS failure.Internal pressure sensor failure.Blown fuse (BLS circuit).
Boat or sensor upside down, damaged circuit wires, damaged connector or damaged ECM output pins.
Boat or sensor upside down, damaged circuit wires, damaged connector or damaged ECM output pins.
Boat or sensor upside down, damaged circuit wires, damaged connector or damaged ECM output pins.
Boat or sensor upside down, damaged circuit wires, damaged connector or damaged ECM output pins. Open circuit.
Boat or sensor upside down, damaged circuit wires, damaged connector or damaged ECM output pins. Open circuit.
Boost pressure or boost sensor value too low
Boost pressure or boost sensor value too low
Boost pressure or boost sensor value too low
Boost pressure or boost sensor value too low
Boost pressure or boost sensor value too low
Boost pressure too high
Boost pressure too high
Boost pressure too high
Boost pressure too high
Boost pressure too high
Boost sensor not plausible
Boost sensor not plausible
Boost sensor not plausible
Boost sensor not plausible
Boost sensor not plausible
Boost sensor short to GND or open circuit
Boost sensor short to GND or open circuit
Boost sensor short to GND or open circuit
Boost sensor short to GND or open circuit
Boost sensor short to GND or open circuit
Boost sensor short to supply
Boost sensor short to supply
Boost sensor short to supply
Boost sensor short to supply
Boost sensor short to supply
BOOT for diagcode#
Both ECUs detected same installation position (starboard/port)
Brake failure (brake fluid) 
Brake failure (brake fluid) 
Brake failure (low pressure detected)
Brake failure (low pressure detected)
Brake failure (low pressure switch)
Brake failure (low pressure switch)
Brake fluid level sensor (OLS1 or OLS2) failure short to GND.
VCM output short to GND.
Brake fluid level sensor (OLS1 or OLS2) failure short to GND.VCM output short to GND.
Brake fluid level sensor (OLS1 or OLS2) failure.
Brake fluid level sensor (OLS1 or OLS2) failure.
Brake Lever Sensor (BRLS) power shorted to battery
Brake Lever Sensor (BRLS) power shorted to battery
Brake Lever Sensor (BRLS) power shorted to ground
Brake Lever Sensor (BRLS) power shorted to ground
Brake Lever Sensor (BRLS) signals A open/shorted to ground
Brake Lever Sensor (BRLS) signals A open/shorted to ground
Brake Lever Sensor (BRLS) signals A shorted to battery
Brake Lever Sensor (BRLS) signals A shorted to battery
Brake Lever Sensor (BRLS) signals A/B reading difference
Brake Lever Sensor (BRLS) signals A/B reading difference
Brake Lever Sensor (BRLS) signals B open/shorted to ground
Brake Lever Sensor (BRLS) signals B open/shorted to ground
Brake Lever Sensor (BRLS) signals B shorted to battery
Brake Lever Sensor (BRLS) signals B shorted to battery
Brake lever was left in Park position. The pilot kept a constant pressure applied on the brake lever while running. Defective or stuck brake switch. Brake circuit is shorted to 12 volts.
Brake lever was left in Park position. The pilot kept a constant pressure applied on the brake lever while running. Defective or stuck brake switch. Brake circuit is shorted to 12 volts.
Brake lever was left in Park position.The pilot kept a constant pressure applied on the brake lever while running.Defective or stuck brake switch.Brake circuit is shorted to 12 volts.
Brake lever was left in Park position.The pilot kept a constant pressure applied on the brake lever while running.Defective or stuck brake switch.Brake circuit is shorted to 12 volts.
Brake light output failure
Brake pedal switch failure
Brake pedal switch failure
Brake Pressure Adaptation is needed or was not performed properly
Brake Pressure Adaptation is needed or was not performed properly
Brake Pressure Adaptation is needed or was not performed properly
Brake Pressure Adaptation is needed or was not performed properly
Brake Pressure adaptation not initialized
Brake Pressure adaptation Not Initialized
Brake Pressure adaptation Not Initialized
Brake Pressure adaptation Not Initialized
Brake Pressure on CAN not valid
Brake Pressure on CAN not valid
Brake Pressure on CAN not valid
Brake Pressure on CAN not valid
Brake Pressure on CAN not valid
Brake Pressure on CAN not valid
Brake Pressure on CAN not valid
Brake pressure sensor failure or BLS failure
Brake pressure sensor failure or BLS failure
Brake relay unplug/broken, fuse blow, signal line broken.
Brake signal correlation check failed
Brake signal correlation check failed
Brake signal correlation check failed
Brake signal not plausible
Brake signal not plausible
Brake signal not plausible
Brake signal not plausible
Brake signal not plausible
Brake signal not plausible
Brake signal not plausible
Brake signal not plausible
brake signal states Invalid
brake signal states Invalid
brake signal states Invalid
brake signal states Invalid
brake signal states Invalid
brake signal states InvalidOBD-L I related
brake signal states InvalidOBD-L I related
Brake signal vs brake pressure correlation check failed.Driver may be activating the BLS for more than 2.5 sec without building more than 10psi of hydraulic pressure in the brake system.BLS may be always activated
Brake signal vs brake pressure correlation check failed.Driver may be activating the BLS for more than 2.5 sec without building more than 10psi of hydraulic pressure in the brake system.BLS may be always activated
Brake signal vs brake pressure correlation check failed.Driver may be activating the BLS for more than 2.5 sec without building more than 10psi of hydraulic pressure in the brake system.BLS may be always activated
Brake signals do not give same information when compared.Brake switch, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.Brale state calculated by brake pressure from CAN not valid  
Brake signals do not give same information when compared.Brake switch, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.Brale state calculated by brake pressure from CAN not valid  
Brake signals do not give same information when compared.Brake switch, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.Brale state calculated by brake pressure from CAN not valid  
Brake signals do not give same information when compared.Brake switch, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.Brale state calculated by brake pressure from CAN not valid  
Brake signals do not give same information when compared.Brake switch, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.Brale state calculated by brake pressure from CAN not valid  
Brake signals do not give same information when compared.Brake switch, damaged circuit wires,damaged connectors or damaged ECM output pins.Brale state calculated by brake pressure from CAN not valid  
break signal not plausible
break signal not plausible
break signal not plausible
break signal not plausible
break signal not plausible
break signal not plausible
Bridge driver fault
Bridge/CPU temperature sensor overheat
BRIDGE_DRIVER_FAULT
BRIDGE_DRIVER_FAULT
Bring engine to 5000 RPM. If fault code appears then check for approximately 5 Mohms between system circuits A-C3 and A-G2.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Broken wire between solenoid actuator and interlock leverDamaged (broken electrical wire, melted solenoid) solenoid actuatorStuck interlock lever
BT Chip over 85 degrees
BT Chip over 85 degrees
BT Chip over 85 degrees
BT Chip over 85 degrees
C.A.N. circuit failure, Cluster software failure.
C.A.N. circuit failure, Cluster software failure.
C.A.N. circuit failure, ECM software failure.
C.A.N. circuit failure, ECM software failure.
C.A.N. circuit failure, ECM software failure.
C.A.N. circuit failure, ECM software failure.
Calculated altitude correction factor value is not within the valid rangeManifold pressure sensor must be assumed defectNote: calculated altitude correction factor is needed only at initialization of systems without ambient pressure sensor 
Calculated altitude correction factor value is not within the valid rangeManifold pressure sensor must be assumed defectNote: calculated altitude correction factor is needed only at initialization of systems without ambient pressure sensor 
Calculated altitude correction factor value is not within the valid rangeManifold pressure sensor must be assumed defectNote: calculated altitude correction factor is needed only at initialization of systems without ambient pressure sensor 
Calculated altitude factor during initialization not plausible
Calculated altitude factor during initialization not plausible
Calculated altitude factor during initialization not plausible
Calculated altitude factor during initialization not plausible
Calculated altitude factor during initialization not plausible
Calculated altitude factor during initialization not plausible
Calculated altitude factor during initialization not plausible.
Calculated altitude factor during initialization not plausible.
Calculated altitude factor during initializationnot plausible
Calculated altitude factor during initializationnot plausible
Calculated altitude factor during initializationnot plausible
Calibration checksum do not match with the one calculated.
Calibration checksum incorrect
Calibration checksum incorrect
CALIBRATION FAULT
CALIBRATION FAULT
Calibration fault
Calibration fault
CALIBRATION FAULT
CALIBRATION FAULT
Calibration has been modified from production release
Calibration has been modified from production release
Calibration has been modified from production release
Calibration has been modified from production release
Calibration has been modified from production release
Calibration has been modified from production release
Camshaft 1 signal error
Camshaft 2 signal error
CAN Bus failure, CAN-Bus OFF
CAN Bus failure, CAN-Bus OFF
CAN bus off
can bus off
can bus off
CAN bus off, no messages
CAN bus off, no messages
CAN bus off, no messages
CAN bus off, no messages
CAN bus off, no messages
CAN communication error between ECM and iBR module
CAN communication information 208 missing
CAN communication information 208 missing
CAN communication missing with ClusterModule internal error, damaged wire, damaged modules/pins
CAN communication missing with ECM (Engine control module)Module internal error, damaged wire, damaged modules/pins
CAN communication missing with SAS (steering position sensor)Module internal error, damaged wire, damaged modules/pins
CAN communication missing with SAS (steering position sensor)Module internal error, damaged wire, damaged modules/pins
CAN communication missing with VCM (Vehicle control module)Module internal error, damaged wire, damaged modules/pins
CAN ID Missing from Engine
CAN message 0x230 was not received correctly for a few times.
CAN message 0x230, 0x400, 0x408 was not received correctly for a few times.
CAN Message missing from Master iBR
CAN Timeout or Check sum error of synchronization messages (Twin engine vehicles)
CAN-AM ATV
CAN-AM ROADSTER
CAN-AM SSV
CAN-Bus failure, CAN-Bus OFF
CAN-Bus failure, CAN-Bus OFF
CAN-Bus failure, CAN-Bus OFF
CAN-Bus failure, CAN-Bus OFF
CAN-Bus failure, CAN-Bus OFF
CAN-Bus failure, CAN-Bus OFF
CAN-Bus failure, CAN-Bus OFF(No communication with other units)
CAN-Bus failure, CAN-Bus OFF(No communication with other units)
CAN-Bus failure:VCM not able to send messages on CAN
CAN-Bus failure:VCM not able to send messages on CAN
Canister purge valve open circuit
Canister purge valve open circuit
Canister purge valve open circuit
Canister purge valve open circuit
Canister purge valve open circuit
Canister purge valve open circuitOBD-L I related
Canister purge valve open circuitOBD-L I related
Canister purge valve shorted to battery +
Canister purge valve shorted to battery +
Canister purge valve shorted to battery +
Canister purge valve shorted to battery +
Canister purge valve shorted to battery +
Canister purge valve shorted to battery +
Canister purge valve shorted to battery +
Canister purge valve shorted to ground
Canister purge valve shorted to ground
Canister purge valve shorted to ground
Canister purge valve shorted to ground
Canister purge valve shorted to ground
Canister purge valve shorted to groundOBD-L I related
Canister purge valve shorted to groundOBD-L I related
CAPS signal not plausible, damaged circuit wires, damaged connector or damaged tooth wheel.
CAPS signal not plausible, damaged circuit wires, damaged connector or damaged tooth wheel.
Catalyst conversion insufficient
Catalyst conversion insufficient
Catalyst conversion insufficient
Catalyst conversion insufficient
CCK
CCK
CCK
CCK
CCK Australia
CCK Motor Variant
CCK SKI Mode
CCK VTS
CCK X-PACK
change engine oil, engine oil filter and HCU oil filter
Change engine oil, engine oil filter and HCU oil filter
Change engine oilReplace clutch if friction coefficient or offset out of service limitsReplace HCU if max clutch pressure too low
Check 12 volts circuit for damaged or shorted wires. Check tail light, headlamp or diagnostic connector.Try removing fuse fuse F1, F2, F3 and F4 to isolate the issue
Check 12 volts circuit for damaged or shorted wires. Check tail light, headlamp or diagnostic connector.Try removing fuse fuse F1, F2, F3 and F4 to isolate the issue
Check air leakage near narrow band lambdaCheck fuel pressure regulator and injector
Check air leakage near narrow band lambdaCheck fuel pressure regulator and injector
Check air leakage near narrow band lambdaCheck fuel pressure regulator and injector
Check air leakage near narrow band lambdaCheck fuel pressure regulator and injector
Check air leakage near narrow band lambdaCheck fuel pressure regulator and injector
Check air leakage near narrow band lambdaCheck fuel pressure regulator and injector
Check battery and charging system.
Check battery condition, check if additional accessories are connected in the circuit.
Check battery condition, check if additional accessories are connected in the circuit.
Check battery condition, check if additional accessories are connected in the circuit.
Check battery condition, check if additional accessories are connected in the circuit.
Check Battery Condition.                                                        Check battery and ground connections,                                  Check all connections related to the DPSTest charging system as per shop manual procedures.Ensure the DPS is updated with the latest software 
Check battery voltage for 11 to 13 volts with engine stopped. Check battery voltage for 13.5 to 14.5 volts with engine speed above 2500 RPM. Check connections on regulator. Check charging system.
Check battery voltage for 11 to 13 volts with engine stopped. Check battery voltage for 13.5 to 14.5 volts with engine speed above 2500 RPM. Check connections on regulator. Check charging system.
Check battery voltage for 11 to 13 volts with engine stopped. Check battery voltage for 13.5 to 14.5 volts with engine speed above 2500 RPM. Check connections on regulator. Check charging system.
Check battery voltage for 11 to 13 volts with engine stopped. Check battery voltage for 13.5 to 14.5 volts with engine speed above 2500 RPM. Check connections on regulator. Check charging system.
Check BLS fault on ECM.Check brake light bulbs (RS only).Check BLS.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires, replace instrument Cluster.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires. Replace instrument Cluster.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires. Replace instrument Cluster.Verify outside of the building if the GPS LED becomes active after 1 minute and stays steadyRefer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires. Replace instrument Cluster.Verify outside of the building if the GPS LED becomes active after 1 minute and stays steadyRefer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires. Replace instrument Cluster.Verify outside of the building if the GPS LED becomes active after 1 minute and stays steadyRefer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace ECM.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace ECM.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace ECM.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace ECM.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace iBR.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace iBR.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace iBR.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace iBR.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace iBR.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace instrument Cluster.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace instrument Cluster.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace instrument Cluster.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace instrument Cluster.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace instrument Cluster.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace instrument Cluster.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check C.A.N. circuits wires.Replace instrument iBR.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check clutch for proper clutch behavior
Check clutch for proper clutch behavior
Check clutch for proper clutch behavior
Check communication and faults with BUDS.Measure supply voltage to Cluster, expect battery voltage.Measure resistance on DB connector between the two CAN wires, expect 50 to 70 ohms.Measure continuity between DB connector CAN wires and Cluster connector, expect <2ohms.Measure continuity between DB connector CAN wires and FDM connector, expect <2ohms.
Check communication and faults with BUDS.Measure supply voltage to DPS, expect battery voltage.Measure resistance on DB connector between the two CAN wires, expect 50 to 70 ohms.Measure continuity between DB connector CAN wires and DPS connector, expect <2ohms.Measure continuity between DB connector CAN wires and FDM connector, expect <2ohms.
Check communication and faults with BUDS.Measure supply voltage to DPS, expect battery voltage.Measure resistance on DB connector between the two CAN wires, expect 50 to 70 ohms.Measure continuity between DB connector CAN wires and DPS connector, expect <2ohms.Measure continuity between DB connector CAN wires and FDM connector, expect <2ohms.
Check communication and faults with BUDS.Measure supply voltage to ECM, expect battery voltage.Measure resistance on DB connector between the two CAN wires, expect 50 to 70 ohms.Measure continuity between DB connector CAN wires and ECM connector, expect <2ohms.Measure continuity between DB connector CAN wires and FDM connector, expect <2ohms.
Check communication and faults with BUDS.Measure supply voltage to FDM, expect battery voltage.Measure resistance on DB connector between the two CAN wires, expect 50 to 70 ohms.Measure continuity between DB connector CAN wires and FDM connector, expect <2ohms.
Check communication and faults with BUDS.Measure supply voltage to VCM, expect battery voltage.Measure resistance on DB connector between the two CAN wires, expect 50 to 70 ohms.Measure continuity between DB connector CAN wires and VCM connector, expect <2ohms.Measure continuity between DB connector CAN wires and FDM connector, expect <2ohms.
Check connection on oil pump, check system circuit ECMA-B4 and OP-1.Check connection on oil pump OP-1 for 55 volts.
Check connection on oil pump, check system circuit ECMA-B4 and OP-1.Check connection on oil pump OP-1 for 55 volts.
Check connection on oil pump, check system circuit ECMA-B4 and OP-1.Check for short oil pump
Check connection on oil pump, check system circuit ECMA-B4 and OP-1.Check for short oil pump
Check connetion on oil pump feedback switch, check system circuit ECMA-E1 and ECMA-F1.Check black wire on oil pump feedback switch connector for resistivity to ground.
Check connetion on oil pump feedback switch, check system circuit ECMA-E1 and ECMA-F1.Check black wire on oil pump feedback switch connector for resistivity to ground.
Check connetion on oil pump feedback switch, check system circuit ECMA-E1 and ECMA-F1.Look for damaged short to ground wire.
Check connetion on oil pump feedback switch, check system circuit ECMA-E1 and ECMA-F1.Look for damaged short to ground wire.
Check connetion on oil pump feedback switch, check system circuit J1A-32. Check black wire on oil pump feedback switch connector for resistivity to ground.
Check connetion on oil pump feedback switch, check system circuit J1A-32. Look for damaged short to ground wire.
Check connetion on oil pump feedback switch, check system circuit J1A-4. Check black wire on oil pump feedback switch connector for resistivity to ground.
Check connetion on oil pump feedback switch, check system circuit J1A-4. Look for damaged short to ground wire.
Check connetion on oil pump, check system circuit J1B-23. Check WHITE/RED wire on oil pump connector for 55 volts.
Check connetion on oil pump, check system circuit J1B-23. Check WHITE/RED wire on oil pump connector for 60 volts.
Check continuity for circuits A-C4, A-G1, A-F4.The 5 volt supply is shared between the TAS signal 1, TOPS and MAPS. Verify all three sensor if one is pulling too much current. Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check continuity for circuits A-C4, A-G1, A-F4.The 5 volt supply is shared between the TAS signal 1, TOPS and MAPS. Verify all three sensor if one is pulling too much current. Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check continuity for circuits A-C4, A-G1, A-F4.The 5 volt supply is shared between the TAS signal 1, TOPS and MAPS. Verify all three sensor if one is pulling too much current. Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check continuity for circuits A-C4, A-G1, A-F4.The 5 volt supply is shared between the TAS signal 1, TOPS and MAPS. Verify all three sensor if one is pulling too much current. Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check continuity for circuits A-C4, A-G1, A-F4.The 5 volt supply is shared between the TAS signal 1, TOPS and MAPS. Verify all three sensor if one is pulling too much current. Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check continuity for circuits B-H3, B-H1 and FUSE#12.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check coolant level. Check condition list to find out how it happened. Check cooling system.
Check coolant level. Check condition list to find out how it happened. Check cooling system.
Check coolant level. Check condition list to find out how it happened. Check cooling system.
Check coolant level. Check condition list to find out how it happened. Check cooling system.
Check coolant level. Check for air pocket in cooling system.
Check coolant level.Check condition list to find out how it happened.Check cooling system.
Check coolant level.Check condition list to find out how it happened.Check cooling system.
Check coolant level.Check condition list to find out how it happened.Check cooling system.
Check coolant level.Check condition list to find out how it happened.Check cooling system.
Check coolant level.Check condition list to find out how it happened.Check cooling system.
Check cooling system for blockage.Check if the exhaust injection valve is properly calibrated.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check CPS sensor connection
Check CPS sensor connection
Check engine shut off switch function, replace if necessary
Check engine shut off switch function, replace if necessary
Check E-RAVE position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 1 and 3. Check system circuit J1A-18.
Check E-RAVE position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 1 and 3. Check system circuit J1A-18.
Check E-RAVE position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 1 and 3. Check system circuit J1A-18.
Check E-RAVE position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 1 and 3. For XP models: Check system circuit J1A-1 For XM and XS models: Check system circuit J1A-18
Check E-RAVE position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 1 and 3. For XP models: Check system circuit J1A-1 For XM and XS models: Check system circuit J1A-18
Check E-RAVE position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 1 and 3. For XP models: Check system circuit J1A-1 For XM and XS models: Check system circuit J1A-18
Check for 0,5 to 3V on pin F and 0,25 to 1.5 on pin C.
Check for 0,5 to 3V on pin F and 0,25 to 1.5 on pin C.
Check for 0,5 to 3V on pin F and 0,25 to 1.5 on pin C.
Check for 0,5 to 3V on pin F and 0,25 to 1.5 on pin C.
Check for 0,5 to 3V on pin F and 0,25 to 1.5 on pin C.
Check for 0,5 to 3V on pin F and 0,25 to 1.5 on pin C.
Check for 0,5 to 3V on pin F and 0,25 to 1.5 on pin C.
Check for 0,5 to 3V on pin F and 0,25 to 1.5 on pin C.
Check for 0,5 to 3V on pin F and 0,25 to 1.5 on pin C.
Check for 0,5 to 3V on pin F and 0,25 to 1.5 on pin C.
Check for 0.85 to 1.15 ohms between engine connector pin 1 and ECM connector pin A-M2.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of coil connector.Check FUSE#14 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 0.85 to 1.15 ohms between engine connector pin 1 and ECM connector pin A-M2.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of coil connector.Check FUSE#14 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 0.85 to 1.15 ohms between engine connector pin 1 and ECM connector pin A-M2.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of coil connector.Check FUSE#14 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 0.85 to 1.15 ohms between engine connector pin 1 and ECM connector pin A-M2.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of coil connector.Check FUSE#14 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 0.85 to 1.15 ohms between engine connector pin 1 and ECM connector pin A-M4.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of coil connector.Check FUSE#13 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 0.85 to 1.15 ohms between engine connector pin 1 and ECM connector pin A-M4.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of coil connector.Check FUSE#13 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 0.85 to 1.15 ohms between engine connector pin 1 and ECM connector pin A-M4.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of coil connector.Check FUSE#13 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 0.85 to 1.15 ohms between engine connector pin 1 and ECM connector pin A-M4.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of coil connector.Check FUSE#13 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 0.85 to 1.15 ohms between engine connector pin 3 and ECM connector pin A-M1.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of coil connector.Check FUSE#15 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 0.85 to 1.15 ohms between engine connector pin 3 and ECM connector pin A-M1.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of coil connector.Check FUSE#15 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 0.85 to 1.15 ohms between engine connector pin 3 and ECM connector pin A-M1.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of coil connector.Check FUSE#15 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 0.85 to 1.15 ohms between engine connector pin 3 and ECM connector pin A-M1.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of coil connector.Check FUSE#15 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 11.4 to 12.6 ohms between engine connector pin 1 and ECM connector pin A-B3.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of injector connector.Check FUSE#13 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Check for damaged circuit wires.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 11.4 to 12.6 ohms between engine connector pin 1 and ECM connector pin A-B3.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of injector connector.Check FUSE#13 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Check for damaged circuit wires.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 11.4 to 12.6 ohms between engine connector pin 2 and ECM connector pin A-B3.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of injector connector.Check FUSE#13 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Check for damaged circuit wires.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 11.4 to 12.6 ohms between engine connector pin 2 and ECM connector pin A-K1.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of injector connector.Check FUSE#14 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Check for damaged circuit wires.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 11.4 to 12.6 ohms between engine connector pin 2 and ECM connector pin A-K1.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of injector connector.Check FUSE#14 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Check for damaged circuit wires.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 11.4 to 12.6 ohms between engine connector pin 2 and ECM connector pin A-K1.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of injector connector.Check FUSE#14 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Check for damaged circuit wiresRefer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 11.4 to 12.6 ohms between engine connector pin 3 and ECM connector pin A-J1.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of injector connector.Check FUSE#15 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Check for damaged circuit wires.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 11.4 to 12.6 ohms between engine connector pin 3 and ECM connector pin A-J1.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of injector connector.Check FUSE#15 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Check for damaged circuit wires.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 11.4 to 12.6 ohms between engine connector pin 3 and ECM connector pin A-J1.Check for 12 volts on pin 2 of injector connector.Check FUSE#15 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Check for damaged circuit wires.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 190 to 290 ohms between terminals ECMA-K1 and ECMA-K2 of ECM connector.Check for 2 volts AC between terminals ECMA-K1 and ECMA-K2 of ECM connector while crancking the engine.
Check for 190 to 290 ohms between terminals ECMA-K1 and ECMA-K2 of ECM connector.Check for 2 volts AC between terminals ECMA-K1 and ECMA-K2 of ECM connector while crancking the engine.
Check for 190 to 290 ohms between terminals J1A-6 and J1A-7 of ECM connector. Check for 2 volts AC between terminals J1A-6 and J1A-7 of ECM connector while crancking the engine.
Check for 190 to 290 ohms between terminals J1A-6 and J1A-7 of ECM connector. Check for 2 volts AC between terminals J1A-6 and J1A-7 of ECM connector while crancking the engine.
Check for 2.6 ohms (full tank) to 93.6 ohms (empty tank) between pin 4 and 8 in the disconnected harness gauge connector.
Refer to shop manual for testing procedure and wiring diagram.
Check for 2.6 ohms (full tank) to 93.6 ohms (empty tank) between pin C and pin D at the fuel pump connector.Check system circuit at the gauge Pin 19 and 20.(REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)
Check for 2.6 ohms (full tank) to 93.6 ohms (empty tank) between pin C and pin D at the fuel pump connector.Check system circuit at the gauge Pin 19 and 20.(REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)
Check for 4.5 to 5 volts on sensor connector pin A & D.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 4.5 to 5 volts on sensor connector pin A & D.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 4.5 to 5 volts on sensor connector pin A & D.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for 4.5 to 5 volts on sensor connector pin A & D.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for a short between ECMB-D3 or ECO-A with ECM-A1  or ECO-B  Check for a short between ECMB-E3 or ECO-C with ECM-A1 or ECO-B
Check for a short between ECMB-D3 or ECO-A with ECM-A1  or ECO-B  Check for a short between ECMB-E3 or ECO-C with ECM-A1 or ECO-B
Check for a short between ECMB-D3 or ECO-A with ECM-A1  or ECO-B  Check for a short between ECMB-E3 or ECO-C with ECM-A1 or ECO-B
Check for appropriate heated grips resistivity. Check system circuit for continuity and short. Refer to shop manual for testing procedure, heated grips resistivity and wiring diagram. If heated grips and wiring are fine, replace gauge.
Check for appropriate heated lever resistivity. Check system circuit for continuity and short. Refer to shop manual for testing procedure, heated lever resistivity and wiring diagram. If heated lever and wiring are fine, replace gauge.
Check for approximately 1 ohm between pins A and B of the fuel pump connector.Check FUSE#18 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Check for damaged circuit wires. Check for damaged connector, damaged ECM output pins or ECM failure.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for approximately 1 ohm between pins A and B of the fuel pump connector.Check FUSE#18 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)Check for damaged circuit wires. Check for damaged connector, damaged ECM output pins or ECM failure.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for approximately 12 volts between E-RAVE solenoid RD/OR wire and chassis. Check for approximately 30 ohms between E-RAVE solenoid terminals. Check system circuit J1B-22.
Check for approximately 12 volts between E-RAVE solenoid RD/OR wire and chassis. Check for approximately 30 ohms between E-RAVE solenoid terminals. Check system circuit J1B-22.
Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector. Check if system circuit J1B-1 and J1B-8 are shorted to system voltage (60 V). Replace ECM.
Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector. Check if system circuit J1B-1 is shorted to system voltage (55V). Replace ECM.
Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector. Check if system circuit J1B-2 and J1B-7 are shorted to system voltage (60 V). Replace ECM.
Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector. Check if system circuit J1B-8 is shorted to system voltage (55V). Replace ECM.
Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector.Check system circuit ECMA-M1 and MAG injector pin 2.Check system circuit system voltage (55V ECMA-L1) and PTO injector pin 1 for short to ground.Replace ECM.
Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector.Check system circuit ECMA-M1 and MAG injector pin 2.Check system circuit system voltage (55V ECMA-L1) and PTO injector pin 1 for short to ground.Replace ECM.
Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector.Check system circuit ECMA-M1 and MAG injector pin 2.Check system circuit system voltage (55V ECMA-L1) and PTO injector pin 1.Replace ECM.
Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector.Check system circuit ECMA-M1 and MAG injector pin 2.Check system circuit system voltage (55V ECMA-L1) and PTO injector pin 1.Replace ECM.
Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector.Check system circuit ECMA-M2 and PTO injector pin 2.Check system circuit system voltage (55V ECMA-L1) and MAG injector pin 1 for short to ground.Replace ECM.
Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector.Check system circuit ECMA-M2 and PTO injector pin 2.Check system circuit system voltage (55V ECMA-L1) and MAG injector pin 1 for short to ground.Replace ECM.
Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector.Check system circuit ECMA-M2 and PTO injector pin 2.Check system circuit system voltage (55V ECMA-L1) and MAG injector pin 1 for short to ground.Replace ECM.
Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector.Check system circuit ECMA-M2 and PTO injector pin 2.Check system circuit system voltage (55V ECMA-L1) and MAG injector pin 1.Replace ECM.
Check for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at temperature of 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F) between system circuits A-H4 and A-J4.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at temperature of 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F) between system circuits A-H4 and A-J4.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at temperature of 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F) between system circuits A-H4 and A-J4.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at temperature of 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F) between system circuits A-H4 and A-J4.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at temperature of 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F) between system circuits A-H4 and A-J4.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for cluster fault or ECM fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and ECMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and ECMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistan
Check for cluster fault or ECM fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and ECMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and ECMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistan
Check for cluster fault or ECM fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and ECMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and ECMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistan
Check for Cluster fault or ECM faultMeasure voltage between harness connector CL-17 and ground. (Expected value = 11 to 13 volts)Disconnect MPI from DB connector.Measure resistance between DB-1 and DB-2 (Expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DB-1 and ECMB-C1 (Expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DB-2 and ECMB-C2 (Expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance bet
Check for coolant fluid leak and coolant fluid level.Check radiator condition.Check for other fault, check thermostat.
Check for coolant fluid leak and coolant fluid level.Check radiator condition.Check for other fault, check thermostat.
Check for coolant fluid leak and coolant fluid level.Check radiator condition.Check for other fault, check thermostat.
Check for coolant fluid leak and coolant fluid level.Check radiator condition.Check for other fault, check thermostat.
Check for coolant fluid leak and coolant fluid levelCheck radiator conditionCheck for other fault, Check thermostat
Check for coolant fluid leak and coolant fluid levelCheck radiator conditionCheck for other fault, Check thermostat
Check for coolant fluid leak and coolant fluid levelCheck radiator conditionCheck for other fault, Check thermostat
Check for coolant fluid leak and coolant fluid levelCheck radiator conditionCheck for other fault, Check thermostat
Check for coolant fluid leak and coolant fluid levelCheck radiator conditionCheck for other fault, Check thermostat
Check for coolant fluid leak and coolant fluid levelCheck radiator conditionCheck for other fault, Check thermostat
Check for coolant fluid leak and coolant fluid levelCheck radiator conditionCheck for other fault, Check thermostat
Check for coolant fluid leak and coolant fluid levelCheck radiator conditionCheck for other fault, Check thermostat
Check for cracked plenum
Check for cracked plenum
Check for cracked plenum
Check for cracked plenum, loose connection at flange to cylinder head or throttle body, disconnected hoses
Check for cracked plenum, loose connection at flange to cylinder head or throttle body, disconnected hoses
Check for cracked plenum, loose connection at flange to cylinder head or throttle body, disconnected hoses
Check for Crankshaft Position Sensor faultCheck for dirty Crankshaft Position Sensor.Check compression on engine
Check for Crankshaft Position Sensor faultCheck for dirty Crankshaft Position Sensor.Check compression on engine
Check for Crankshaft Position Sensor faultCheck for dirty Crankshaft Position Sensor.Check compression on engine
Check for damage circuit between Diagnostic connector 1 and 2 and ECM B1 and C1 .
Check for damage circuit between Diagnostic connector 1 and 2 and ECM B1 and C1 .
Check for damage circuit between Diagnostic connector 1 and 2 and ECM B1 and C1 .
Check for damage wheel speed sensor.Check for damage tooth wheel.Disconnect VCM and VSS1.Measure resistance between harness connector VCM-21 and VCM-22 (expected value > open).Measure resistance from connector: VCM-21 to VSS1-2 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from connector: VCM-22 to VSS1-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check for damage wheel speed sensor.Check for damage tooth wheel.Disconnect VCM and VSS2.Measure resistance between harness connector VCM-18 and VCM-06 (expected value > open).Measure resistance from connector: VCM-18 to VSS2-2 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from connector: VCM-06 to VSS2-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check for damage wheel speed sensor.Check for damage toothed wheel.Make sure air gap between sensor and toothed wheel is acceptable.Disconnect VCM and VSS4.Measure resistance between harness connector VCM-19 and VCM-31 (expected value > open).Measure resistance from connector: VCM-19 to VSS4-2 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from connector: VCM-31 to VSS4-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms
Check for damaged bellows. Check for damaged or disconnected vacuum hoses. Check for damaged or disconnected pressure hoses. Check if the E-RAVE valves move freely. Clean and make the necessary adjustment if necessary.
Check for damaged bellows. Check for damaged or disconnected vacuum hoses. Check for damaged or disconnected pressure hoses. Check if the E-RAVE valves move freely. Clean and make the necessary adjustment if necessary.
Check for damaged bellows. Check for damaged or disconnected vacuum hoses. Check for damaged or disconnected pressure hoses. Check if the E-RAVE valves move freely. Clean and make the necessary adjustment if necessary.
Check for damaged bellows. Check for damaged or disconnected vacuum hoses. Check for damaged or disconnected pressure hoses. Check if the E-RAVE valves move freely. Clean and make the necessary adjustment if necessary.
Check for damaged bellows. Check for damaged or disconnected vacuum hoses. Check for damaged or disconnected pressure hoses. Check if the E-RAVE valves move freely. Clean and make the necessary adjustment if necessary.
Check for damaged bellows. Check for damaged or disconnected vacuum hoses. Check for damaged or disconnected pressure hoses. Check if the E-RAVE valves move freely. Clean and make the necessary adjustment if necessary.
Check for damaged circuit wires from the rear diff switch circuit to the ECM (refer to electrical diagram). 
Check for damaged circuit wires from the rear diff switch circuit to the ECM (refer to electrical diagram). 
Check for damaged circuit wires from the rear diff switch circuit to the ECM (refer to electrical diagram). 
Check for damaged E-RAVE Check if the E-RAVE valves move freely.Clean and make the necessary adjustment if necessary.
Check for damaged E-RAVE Check if the E-RAVE valves move freely.Clean and make the necessary adjustment if necessary.
Check for damaged E-RAVE Check if the E-RAVE valves move freely.Clean and make the necessary adjustment if necessary.
Check for damaged manifold pressure sensor Check instake filter state
Check for damaged manifold pressure sensor Check instake filter state
Check for damaged or disconnected exhaust sensor probe.
Check for damaged or disconnected exhaust sensor probe.
check for damaged or disconnected Turn signal lampUse Cluster/Monitoring in BUDS to confirm signal output.
Check for damaged relay or damaged circuit wires going to J1B-18.
Check for damaged relay or damaged circuit wires going to J1B-18.
Check for damaged sensor wire
Check for damaged sensor wire
Check for damaged sensor wire
Check for damaged sensor wire
Check for damaged sensor wire
Check for damaged sensor wire
Check for damaged sensor wire 
Check for damaged sensor wires could cause intermittent to ground
Check system circuit ECMA-H2 for continuity to terminal 4 of the ACPS connector and ECMA-G2 for continuity to terminal 3 of the ACPS connector.
Check for damaged sensor wires could cause intermittent to groundCheck system circuit ECMA-H2 for continuity to terminal 4 of the ACPS connector and ECMA-G2 for continuity to terminal 3 of the ACPS connector.
Check for damaged sensor wires or connector
Check system circuit ECMA-H2 for continuity to terminal 4 of the ACPS connector and ECMA-G2 for continuity to terminal 3 of the ACPS connector.
Check for damage sensor
Check for damaged sensor wires or connectorCheck system circuit ECMA-H2 for continuity to terminal 4 of the ACPS connector and ECMA-G2 for continuity to terminal 3 of the ACPS connector.Check for damage sensor
Check for damaged sensors on ECMA connector: RPS and TPSCheck 5 volts sensor supply. Measure voltage between ECMA-F3 and ground or ECMA-D2 and ground or ECMA-E4 and ground (expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts). 
Check for damaged sensors on ECMA connector: RPS and TPSCheck 5 volts sensor supply. Measure voltage between ECMA-F3 and ground or ECMA-D2 and ground or ECMA-E4 and ground (expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts). 
Check for damaged sensors on ECMA connector: TPS, RAVE position sensor, Oil feedback, ACPS (shot only)
Check 5 volts sensor supply.
Check for damaged sensors on ECMA connector: TPS, RAVE position sensor, Oil feedback, ACPS (shot only)
Check 5 volts sensor supply.
Check for damaged sensors on ECMA connector: TPS, RAVE position sensor, Oil feedback, ACPS (shot only)
Check 5 volts sensor supply.
Check for damaged sensors on ECMA connector: TPS, RAVE position sensor, Oil feedback, ACPS (shot only)Check 5 volts sensor supply.
Check for damaged sensors on ECMA connector: TPS, RAVE position sensor, Oil feedback, ACPS (shot only)Check 5 volts sensor supply.
Check for damaged sensors on ECMB connector: VSS and MAPTSCheck 5 volts sensor supply. Measure voltage between ECMB-D2 and ground or ECMB-E4 and ground (expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts). 
Check for damaged sensors on ECMB connector: VSS and MAPTSCheck 5 volts sensor supply. Measure voltage between ECMB-D2 and ground or ECMB-E4 and ground (expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts). 
Check for debris or blockage in cooling system.
Check the sensor for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F).
Check for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F) between ECM connector pins A-A1 and A-J2.
Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for debris or blockage in cooling system.Check the sensor for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F).Check for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F) between ECM connector pins A-A1 and A-J2.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for debris or blockage in cooling system.Check the sensor for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F).Check for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F) between ECM connector pins A-A1 and A-J2.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for debris or blockage in cooling system.Check the sensor for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F).Check for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F) between ECM connector pins A-A1 and A-J2.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for dirty or oxidized Key contact. Clean key contact if needed.Check for broke key contactEnsure sensor connector is fully inserted.Measure resistance between ECMB-A1 and CC-C (Expected value < 2 Ohms).Measure resistance between ECMB-C2 and CC-E (Expected value < 2 Ohms).
Check for dirty or oxidized Key contact. Clean key contact if needed.Check for broke key contactEnsure sensor connector is fully inserted.Measure resistance between ECMB-A1 and CC-C (Expected value < 2 Ohms).Measure resistance between ECMB-C2 and CC-E (Expected value < 2 Ohms).
Check for dirty or oxidized Key contact. Clean key contact if needed.Check for broke key contactEnsure sensor connector is fully inserted.Measure resistance between ECMB-A1 and CC-C (Expected value < 2 Ohms).Measure resistance between ECMB-C2 and CC-E (Expected value < 2 Ohms).
Check for dirty or oxidized Key contact. Clean key contact if needed.Check for broke key contactEnsure sensor connector is fully inserted.Measure resistance between ECMB-A1 and CC-C (Expected value < 2 Ohms).Measure resistance between ECMB-C2 and CC-E (Expected value < 2 Ohms).
Check for dirty or oxidized Key contact. Clean key contact if needed.Check for broke key contactEnsure sensor connector is fully inserted.Measure resistance between ECMB-A1 and CC-C (Expected value < 2 Ohms).Measure resistance between ECMB-C2 and CC-E (Expected value < 2 Ohms).
Check for dirty or oxidized Key contact. Clean key contact if needed.Check for broke key contactEnsure sensor connector is fully inserted.Measure resistance between ECMB-A1 and CC-C (Expected value < 2 Ohms).Measure resistance between ECMB-C2 and CC-E (Expected value < 2 Ohms).
Check for dirty or oxidized Key contact. Clean key contact if needed.Check for broke key contactEnsure sensor connector is fully inserted.Measure resistance between ECMB-A1 and CC-C (Expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between ECMB-C2 and CC-E (Expected value < 2 ohms).
Check for dirty or oxidized Key contact. Clean key contact if needed.Check for faulty key contactMeasure resistance between ECM-G2 and CC-C (Expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between ECM-H1 and CC-E (Expected value < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector CC-E and ground. (Expected value: 4 to 6 volts)
Check for dirty or oxidized Key contact. Clean key contact if needed.Check for faulty key contactMeasure resistance between ECM-G2 and CC-C (Expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between ECM-H1 and CC-E (Expected value < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector CC-E and ground. (Expected value: 4 to 6 volts)
Check for disconnected ACPS sensor.
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Check system circuit ECMA-H2 for continuity to terminal 4 of the ACPS connector and ECMA-G2 for continuity to terminal 3 of the ACPS connector.
Check for disconnected ACPS sensor.Check for damaged sensor wires or connectorCheck system circuit ECMA-H2 for continuity to terminal 4 of the ACPS connector and ECMA-G2 for continuity to terminal 3 of the ACPS connector.
Check for disconnected air temperature sensor on the airbox. Check the air temperature sensor for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F). Replace the sensor if necessary. Check system circuits J1A-20 for continuity to terminal 2 of the ATS connector and J1A-27 for continuity to terminal 1 of the ATS connector.
Check for disconnected air temperature sensor on the airbox. Check the air temperature sensor for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F). Replace the sensor if necessary. Check system circuits J1A-20 for continuity to terminal 2 of the ATS connector and J1A-27 for continuity to terminal 1 of the ATS connector.
Check for disconnected coolant temperature sensor. Check the engine temperature sensor for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F). Replace the sensor if necessary. Check system circuit J1A-19 for continuity to terminal 1 of the CTS connector and J1A-27 for continuity to terminal 2 of the CTS connector.
Check for disconnected coolant temperature sensor. Check the engine temperature sensor for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F). Replace the sensor if necessary. Check system circuit J1A-19 for continuity to terminal 1 of the CTS connector and J1A-27 for continuity to terminal 2 of the CTS connector.
Check for disconnected coolant temperature sensor.Check the engine temperature sensor for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F).Replace the sensor if necessary.Check system circuit ECMA-C1 for continuity to terminal 1 of the CTS connector and ECMA-B1 for continuity to terminal 2 of the CTS connector.
Check for disconnected coolant temperature sensor.Check the engine temperature sensor for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F).Replace the sensor if necessary.Check system circuit ECMA-C1 for continuity to terminal 1 of the CTS connector and ECMA-B1 for continuity to terminal 2 of the CTS connector.
Check for disconnected engine temperature sensor.Measure resistance from connector: ECMA-A1 to CTS-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from connector: ECMA-J2  to CTS-2 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure CTS resistance value (expected value: 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21у (66 to 70ц)).
Check for disconnected engine temperature sensor.Measure resistance from connector: ECMA-A1 to CTS-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from connector: ECMA-J2  to CTS-2 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure CTS resistance value (expected value: 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F)).
Check for disconnected engine temperature sensor.Measure resistance from connector: ECMA-A1 to CTS-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from connector: ECMA-J2  to CTS-2 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure CTS resistance value (expected value: 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F)).
Check for disconnected exhaust muffler temperature sensor. Check the exhaust muffler temperature sensor for 215 to 225 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F). Replace the sensor if necessary. Check system circuits J1A-12 for continuity to terminal 2 of the exhaust muffler temperature sensor connector and J1A-27 for continuity to terminal 1 of the muffler temperature sensor connector. Check circuits J1A-
Check for disconnected injector.Check system circuit ECMA-A2 for short to ground.Check for PTO shorted throttle body injectors.Remace ECM
Check for disconnected injector.Check system circuit ECMA-A2 for short to ground.Check for PTO shorted throttle body injectors.Remace ECM
Check for disconnected injector.Check system circuit ECMA-A3 for short to ground.Check for MAG open throttle body injectors.Remace ECM
Check for disconnected injector.Check system circuit ECMA-A3 for short to ground.Check for MAG open throttle body injectors.Remace ECM
Check for disconnected low pressure switch or damaged wire.Disconnect VCM and LPS connectors.Measure resistance between VCM-8 and LPS-2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between LPS-3 and GND (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between pin 2 and 3 of LPS on vehicle with brake pedal not activated (expected value < 2 ohms).
Check for disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires.
Check for disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires.
Check for disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires.
Check for disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires.   Check system circuit J1B-18 for continuity to relay connector.
Check for disconnected relay, damaged circuit wires. 
Check system circuit J1B-18 for continuity to relay connector.
Check for disconnected transmission connector.Check for misplaced terminal on gearboxMeasure resistance form each switch to ground in all position (PR & N) (Expected value if switch activated: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-J3 to PRN-1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-H2 to PRN-2 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from har
Check for disconnected transmission connector.Check for misplaced terminal on gearboxMeasure resistance form each switch to ground in all position (PR & N) (Expected value if switch activated: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-J3 to PRN-1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-H2 to PRN-2 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from har
Check for disconnected transmission connector.Check for misplaced terminal on gearboxMeasure resistance form each switch to ground in all position (PR & N) (Expected value if switch activated: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-J3 to PRN-1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-H2 to PRN-2 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from har
Check for DPS fault.Active:Check for SAS and VCM faults.Measure voltage between harness connector SAS-1 and ground. (Expected value = 11 to 13 volts)With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (Expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and SAS-3 (Ex
Check for DPS fault.Active:Measure voltage between harness connector YRS-4 and ground. (Expected value = 11 to 13 volts)With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (Expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and YRS-3 (Expected value < 2 ohms).Measur
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Check for inverted wires on magneto connector, loose connection on capacitor.
Check for inverted wires on magneto connector, loose connection on capacitor.
Check for inverted wires on magneto connector, loose connection on capacitor. Check for defective component as describe in Possible Causes.
Check for inverted wires on magneto connector, loose connection on capacitor. Check for defective component as describe in Possible Causes.
Check for leak between the engine and the O2 sensorCheck for excessive cylinder head valve clearance
Check for leak between the engine and the O2 sensorCheck for excessive cylinder head valve clearance
Check for leak between the engine and the O2 sensorCheck for excessive cylinder head valve clearance
Check for leak between the engine and the O2 sensorCheck for excessive cylinder head valve clearance
Check for leak between the engine and the O2 sensorCheck for excessive cylinder head valve clearance
Check for leak between the engine and the O2 sensorCheck for excessive cylinder head valve clearance
Check for leakage of the intake system between the cylinder head and the throttle body.Make sure sensor connector is well insertedDisconnect the sensor, measure the voltage of the harness power wires (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 Volts)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check for leakage of the intake system between the cylinder head and the throttle body.Make sure sensor connector is well insertedDisconnect the sensor, measure the voltage of the harness power wires (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 Volts)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check for leakage of the intake system between the cylinder head and the throttle body.Make sure sensor connector is well insertedDisconnect the sensor, measure the voltage of the harness power wires (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 Volts)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check for loose connection on capacitor or damaged capacitor.Check for defective component as describe in Possible Causes.
Check for loose connection on capacitor or damaged capacitor.Check for defective component as describe in Possible Causes.
Check for loose connection on capacitor or damaged capacitor.Check for defective component as describe in Possible Causes.
Check for loose connection on capacitor or damaged capacitor.Check for defective component as describe in Possible Causes.
Check for over utilization / heat.
Check for regulator-rectifier failure.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check for TCM fault or CLUSTER fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and TCMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and TCMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistan
Check for TCM fault or ECM fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and TCMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and TCMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance b
Check for TCM fault or ECM fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and ECMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and ECMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance b
Check for TCM fault or ECM fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and ECMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and ECMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance b
Check for TCM fault or SWM fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and TCMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and TCMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance b
Check for TCM fault or VCM fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and TCMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and TCMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance b
Check for TCM fault or WPM/EPB fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and TCMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and TCMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistan
Check for VCM fault or ECM fault.With unit connected to BUDS with MPI,Turn ignition switch OFF, wait for cluster to turn off.Disconnect MPI from DLC connector.Measure resistance between DLC-1 and DLC-2 (expected value = 50 to 70 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-1 and ECMB-C1 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between DLC-2 and ECMB-C2 (expected value < 2 ohms).Measure resistance b
Check for VCM fault.Open the VCM Monitoring page in B.U.D.S.Verify that speed sensors are working as expected.
Check for VCM fault.Open the VCM Monitoring page in B.U.D.S.Verify that speed sensors are working as expected.
Check for VCM fault.Open the VCM Monitoring page in B.U.D.S.Verify that speed sensors are working as expected.
Check for VCM fault.Open the VCM Monitoring page in B.U.D.S.Verify that speed sensors are working as expected.
Check for VCM fault.Open the VCM Monitoring page in B.U.D.S.Verify that speed sensors are working as expected.
Check for VCM fault.Open the VCM Monitoring page in B.U.D.S.Verify that speed sensors are working as expected.
Check for VCM fault.Open VCM Monitoring page in B.U.D.S.Verify that speed sensors are functioning as expected.
Check for VCM fault.Open VCM Monitoring page in B.U.D.S.Verify that speed sensors are functioning as expected.
Check for VCM fault.Open VCM Monitoring page in B.U.D.S.Verify that speed sensors are functioning as expected.
Check for wrong park brake cable assembly or broken cable.
Check for wrong park brake cable assembly or broken cable.
Check fuel injector fuse. Make sure injector connector is fully inserted. Make sure HIC connector is connected. Check system circuit ECMA-B3 for continuity to pin 2 of INJ1 connector. Check system circuit INJ-1 for continuity to the fusebox. Check injector resistivity for approximately 14.5 ohms.
Check fuel injector fuse. Make sure injector connector is fully inserted. Make sure HIC connector is connected. Check system circuit ECMA-K1 for continuity to pin 2 of INJ1 connector. Check system circuit INJ-1 for continuity to the fusebox. Check injector resistivity for approximately 14.5 ohms.
Check fuel injector fuse.Make sure injector connector is fully inserted.Make sure HIC connector is connected.Check system circuit ECMA-B3 for continuity to pin 2 of INJ1 connector.Check system circuit INJ1-1 for continuity to the fusebox.Check injector resistivity for approximately 14.5 ohms.
Check fuel injector fuse.Make sure injector connector is fully inserted.Make sure HIC connector is connected.Check system circuit ECMA-J1 for continuity to pin 2 of INJ3 connector.Check system circuit INJ3-1 for continuity to the fusebox.Check injector resistivity for approximately 14.5 ohms.
Check fuel injector fuse.Make sure injector connector is fully inserted.Make sure HIC connector is connected.Check system circuit ECMA-K1 for continuity to pin 2 of INJ2 connector.Check system circuit INJ2-1 for continuity to the fusebox.Check injector resistivity for approximately 14.5 ohms.
Check fuel level in tankCheck ignition system (spark plugs, ignition caps, coils)Check fuel system.Check CVT beltPerform cylinder leak test / compression to confirm, re-adjust the valves
Check fuel level in tankCheck ignition system (spark plugs, ignition caps, coils)Check fuel system.Check CVT beltPerform cylinder leak test / compression to confirm, re-adjust the valves
Check fuel level in tankCheck ignition system (spark plugs, ignition caps, coils)Check fuel system.Check CVT beltPerform cylinder leak test / compression to confirm, re-adjust the valves
Check fuel level in tankCheck ignition system (spark plugs, ignition caps, coils)Check fuel system.Check CVT beltPerform cylinder leak test / compression to confirm, re-adjust the valves
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Check fuel level in tankCheck ignition system (spark plugs, ignition caps, coils)Check fuel system.Perform cylinder leak test / compression to confirm, 
Check fuel level in tankCheck ignition system (spark plugs, ignition caps, coils)Check fuel system.Perform cylinder leak test / compression to confirm, 
Check fuel level in tankCheck ignition system (spark plugs, ignition caps, coils)Check fuel system.Perform cylinder leak test / compression to confirm, 
Check fuel level in tankCheck ignition system (spark plugs, ignition caps, coils)Check fuel system.Perform cylinder leak test / compression to confirm, 
Check fuel level in tankCheck ignition system (spark plugs, ignition caps, coils)Check fuel system.Perform cylinder leak test / compression to confirm, 
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Check fuel level in tankCheck ignition systemCheck fuel system.Check CVT belt
Check fuel level in tankCheck ignition systemCheck fuel system.Check CVT belt
Check fuel level in tankCheck ignition systemCheck fuel system.Check CVT belt
Check fuel pump pressure, check fuel line for pinched hose.
Check fuel pump pressure, check fuel line for pinched hose.
Check fuel pump pressure, check fuel line for pinched hose.
Check fuel pump pressure, check fuel line for pinched hose.
Check fuel pump pressure, check sensor and replace if necessary, check components in exhaust system.
Check fuel pump pressure, check sensor and replace if necessary, check components in exhaust system.
Check fuel pump pressure, check sensor and replace if necessary, check components in exhaust system.
Check fuel pump pressure, check sensor and replace if necessary, check components in exhaust system.
Check fuel pump pressure, check sensor and replace if necessary, check components in exhaust system.
Check fuel pump pressure, check sensor and replace if necessary, check components in exhaust system.
Check fuel pump pressure, check sensor and replace if necessary, check components in exhaust system.
Check fuel pump pressure, check sensor and replace if necessary, check components in exhaust system.
Check fuel system for clogged filter, damaged regulator or damaged fuel pump.
Check fuel system for clogged filter, damaged regulator or damaged fuel pump.
Check fuel system for clogged filter, damaged regulator or damaged fuel pump.
Check fuel system for clogged filter, damaged regulator or damaged fuel pump.
Check fuse and multi switch left.Disconnect headlamp relays.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C10 and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C12 and ground (expected value > open).
Check fuse and multi switch left.Disconnect headlamp relays.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C10 and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C12 and ground (expected value > open).
Check fuse and multi switch left.Disconnect headlamp relays.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C10 and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C12 and ground (expected value > open).
Check fuse and multi switch left.Disconnect headlamp relays.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C10 and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C12 and ground (expected value > open).
Check fuse and multi switch left.Disconnect headlamp relays.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C10 and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C12 and ground (expected value > open).
Check fuse and multi switch left.Disconnect headlamp relays.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C10 and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C12 and ground (expected value > open).
Check fuse F2. Disconnect clutch solenoid valve. Measure voltage between harness connector 6-CSV-1 and ground (expected value: 0 volts). Measure voltage between harness connector 6-CSV-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure resistance between CSV pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 20 to 30 ohms,  On F3 platform, expected value 950 to 1050ohms). Measure resistance from harness connector: CSV-1 to ECMA-L3 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse F2.Disconnect clutch solenoid valve.Measure voltage between harness connector 6-CSV-1 and ground (expected value: 0 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector 6-CSV-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between CSV pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 20 to 30 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: CSV-1 to ECMA-L3 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse F2.Disconnect clutch solenoid valve.Measure voltage between harness connector CSV-1 and ground (expected value: 0 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector CSV-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between CSV pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 20 to 30 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: CSV-1 to ECMA-L3 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse F2.Disconnect clutch solenoid valve.Measure voltage between harness connector CSV-1 and ground (expected value: 0 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector CSV-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between CSV pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 20 to 30 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: CSV-1 to ECMA-L3 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse. Disconnect Fan relay. Measure voltage between harness connector CFM-4 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J4 to CFM-2 (expected value: < 2 ohms). With the engine turned off measure voltage between CFM-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Use BUDS to activate the fan and measure voltage between CFM-2 and ground (expecte
Check fuse. Disconnect Fan relay. Measure voltage between harness connector CFM-4 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J4 to CFM-2 (expected value: < 2 ohms). With the engine turned off measure voltage between CFM-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Use BUDS to activate the fan and measure voltage between CFM-2 and ground (expecte
Check fuse. Disconnect Fan relay. Measure voltage between harness connector CFM-4 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J4 to CFM-2 (expected value: < 2 ohms). With the engine turned off measure voltage between CFM-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Use BUDS to activate the fan and measure voltage between CFM-2 and ground (expecte
Check fuse. Disconnect lighting relay. Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C6 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to FB-D5 (expected value: < 2 ohms). With the engine turned off measure voltage between FB-D5 and ground (expected value: 1
Check fuse. Disconnect lighting relay. Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C6 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to FB-D5 (expected value: < 2 ohms). With the engine turned off measure voltage between FB-D5 and ground (expected value: 1
Check fuse. Disconnect lighting relay. Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C6 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to FB-D5 (expected value: < 2 ohms). With the engine turned off measure voltage between FB-D5 and ground (expected value: 1
Check fuse. Disconnect lighting relay. Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D1 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-G1 to FB-C2 (expected value: < 2 ohms). With the engine turned off measure voltage between FB-C2 and ground (expected value: 1
Check fuse. Disconnect lighting relay. Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D1 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-G1 to FB-C2 (expected value: < 2 ohms). With the engine turned off measure voltage between FB-C2 and ground (expected value: 1
Check fuse. Disconnect lighting relay. Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D1 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts). Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-G1 to FB-C2 (expected value: < 2 ohms). With the engine turned off measure voltage between FB-C2 and ground (expected value: 1
Check fuse. Make sure the fuel pump connector is fully inserted. Open ECM ACTIVATION page in B.U.D.S. Activate fuel pump and check if it reacts as expected. With vehicule power ON check voltage on FP-C connector (Expected value = battery voltage). Check system circuit ECMB-M1 for continuity to FP-A connector. Measure resistance between FP-C and FP-A (expected value:  < 2 ohms)
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Disconnect prestarting relay.
Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).
Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C4 and ground (expected value > open).
Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-C4 to FB-C4 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect BA.Measure resistance between BA terminals (expected value: 30 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector CL-3and ground (expected value > open).
Check fuse.Disconnect EVAP.Measure resistance between EVAP pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 10 to 20 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMA-M3 to EVAP-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).
Check fuse.Disconnect EVAP.Measure resistance between EVAP pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 10 to 20 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMA-M3 to EVAP-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).
Check fuse.Disconnect EVAP.Measure resistance between EVAP pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 10 to 20 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMA-M3 to EVAP-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).
Check fuse.Disconnect Fan relay.Measure voltage between harness connector CFM-4 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J4 to CFM-2 (expected value: < 2 ohms).With the engine turned off measure voltage between CFM-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Use BUDS to activate the fan and measure voltage between CFM-2 and ground (expected val
Check fuse.Disconnect Fan relay.Measure voltage between harness connector CFM-4 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J4 to CFM-2 (expected value: < 2 ohms).With the engine turned off measure voltage between CFM-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Use BUDS to activate the fan and measure voltage between CFM-2 and ground (expected val
Check fuse.Disconnect Fan relay.Measure voltage between harness connector CFM-4 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J4 to CFM-2 (expected value: < 2 ohms).With the engine turned off measure voltage between CFM-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Use BUDS to activate the fan and measure voltage between CFM-2 and ground (expected val
Check fuse.Disconnect HO2S1.Measure voltage between harness connector HO2S1-C and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between HO2S1 pin C and D (expected value = 7 to 12 ohms).Disconnect ECM-B.Measure resistance between harness connector HO2S1-D and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: HO2S1-D to ECMB-L2(expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect HO2S1.Measure voltage between harness connector HO2S1-C and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between HO2S1 pin C and D (expected value = 7 to 12 ohms).Disconnect ECM-B.Measure resistance between harness connector HO2S1-D and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: HO2S1-D to ECMB-L2(expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect HO2S1.Measure voltage between harness connector HO2S1-C and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between HO2S1 pin C and D (expected value = 7 to 12 ohms).Disconnect ECM-B.Measure resistance between harness connector HO2S1-D and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: HO2S1-D to ECMB-L2(expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect HO2S1.Measure voltage between harness connector HO2S1-C and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between HO2S1 pin C and D (expected value = 7 to 12 ohms).Disconnect ECM-B.Measure resistance between harness connector HO2S1-D and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: HO2S1-D to ECMB-L2(expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect HO2S1.Measure voltage between harness connector HO2S1-C and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between HO2S1 pin C and D (expected value = 7 to 12 ohms).Disconnect ECM-B.Measure resistance between harness connector HO2S1-D and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: HO2S1-D to ECMB-L2(expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect HO2S1.Measure voltage between harness connector HO2S1-C and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between HO2S1 pin C and D (expected value = 7 to 12 ohms).Disconnect ECM-B.Measure resistance between harness connector HO2S1-D and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: HO2S1-D to ECMB-L2(expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect HO2S1.Measure voltage between harness connector HO2S1-C and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between HO2S1 pin C and D (expected value = 7 to 12 ohms).Disconnect ECM-B.Measure resistance between harness connector HO2S1-D and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: HO2S1-D to ECMB-L2(expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect HO2S1.Measure voltage between harness connector HO2S1-C and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between HO2S1 pin C and D (expected value = 7 to 12 ohms).Disconnect ECM-B.Measure resistance between harness connector HO2S1-D and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: HO2S1-D to ECMB-L2(expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect HO2S1.Measure voltage between harness connector HO2S1-C and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between HO2S1 pin C and D (expected value = 7 to 12 ohms).Disconnect ECM-B.Measure resistance between harness connector HO2S1-D and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: HO2S1-D to ECMB-L2(expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect HO2S1.Measure voltage between harness connector HO2S1-C and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between HO2S1 pin C and D (expected value: 7 to 12 ohms)Disconnect ECM-B.Measure resistance between harness connector HO2S1-D and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: HO2S1-D to ECMB-L2(expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect HO2S1.Measure voltage between harness connector HO2S1-C and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between HO2S1 pin C and D (expected value: 7 to 12 ohms)Disconnect ECM-B.Measure resistance between harness connector HO2S1-D and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: HO2S1-D to ECMB-L2(expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect HO2S1.Measure voltage between harness connector HO2S1-C and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between HO2S1 pin C and D (expected value: 7 to 12 ohms)Disconnect ECM-B.Measure resistance between harness connector HO2S1-D and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: HO2S1-D to ECMB-L2(expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect HO2S1.Measure voltage between harness connector HO2S1-C and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between HO2S1 pin C and D (expected value: 7 to 12 ohms)Disconnect ECM-B.Measure resistance between harness connector HO2S1-D and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: HO2S1-D to ECMB-L2(expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect HO2S1.Measure voltage between harness connector HO2S1-C and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between HO2S1 pin C and D (expected value: 7 to 12 ohms)Disconnect ECM-B.Measure resistance between harness connector HO2S1-D and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: HO2S1-D to ECMB-L2(expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect HO2S1.Measure voltage between harness connector HO2S1-C and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between HO2S1 pin C and D (expected value: 7 to 12 ohms)Disconnect ECM-B.Measure resistance between harness connector HO2S1-D and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: HO2S1-D to ECMB-L2(expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect injector 1.Measure resistance between injector pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 14 to15 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMA-B3 to INJ1-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector INJ1-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harness to the vehicle harness.
Check fuse.Disconnect injector 1.Measure resistance between injector pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 14 to15 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMA-B3 to INJ1-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector INJ1-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harness to the vehicle harness.
Check fuse.Disconnect injector 2.Measure resistance between injector pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 14 to15 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMA-K1 to INJ2-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector INJ2-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harness to the vehicle harness.
Check fuse.Disconnect injector 2.Measure resistance between injector pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 14 to15 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMA-K1 to INJ2-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector INJ2-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harness to the vehicle harness.
Check fuse.Disconnect injector 2.Measure resistance between injector pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 14 to15 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMA-K1 to INJ2-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector INJ2-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harness to the vehicle harness.
Check fuse.Disconnect injector 3.Measure resistance between injector pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 14 to15 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMA-J1 to INJ1-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector INJ1-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harness to the vehicle harness.
Check fuse.Disconnect injector 3.Measure resistance between injector pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 14 to15 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMA-J1 to INJ1-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector INJ1-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harness to the vehicle harness.
Check fuse.Disconnect injector 3.Measure resistance between injector pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 14 to15 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMA-J1 to INJ1-1 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector INJ1-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harness to the vehicle harness.
Check fuse.Disconnect lighting relay.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C6 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to FB-D5 (expected value: < 2 ohms).With the engine turned off measure voltage between FB-D5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 
Check fuse.Disconnect lighting relay.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C6 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to FB-D5 (expected value: < 2 ohms).With the engine turned off measure voltage between FB-D5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 
Check fuse.Disconnect lighting relay.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C6 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to FB-D5 (expected value: < 2 ohms).With the engine turned off measure voltage between FB-D5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 
Check fuse.Disconnect lighting relay.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D1 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-G1 to FB-C2 (expected value: < 2 ohms).With the engine turned off measure voltage between FB-C2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 
Check fuse.Disconnect lighting relay.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D1 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-G1 to FB-C2 (expected value: < 2 ohms).With the engine turned off measure voltage between FB-C2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 
Check fuse.Disconnect lighting relay.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D1 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-G1 to FB-C2 (expected value: < 2 ohms).With the engine turned off measure voltage between FB-C2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 
Check fuse.Disconnect Main relay 2.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to FB-C6 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to JMP1-C (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measu
Check fuse.Disconnect Main relay 2.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to FB-C6 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to JMP1-C (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measu
Check fuse.Disconnect main relay 2.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to FB-C6 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to JMP1-C (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measu
Check fuse.Disconnect main relay 2.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to FB-C6 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to JMP1-C (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measu
Check fuse.Disconnect main relay 2.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to FB-C6 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to JMP1-C (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measu
Check fuse.Disconnect main relay 2.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C5 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to FB-C6 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J2 to JMP1-C (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measu
Check fuse.Disconnect prestarting relay.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C4 and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-C4 to FB-C4 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect prestarting relay.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C4 and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-C4 to FB-C4 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect prestarting relay.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C4 and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-C4 to FB-C4 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect prestarting relay.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C4 and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-C4 to FB-C4 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect purge valve.Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-1 and ground (expected value: < 2 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance between EVAP pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 10 to 20 ohms).Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harness to the vehicle harness.
Check fuse.Disconnect purge valve.Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-1 and ground (expected value: < 2 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance between EVAP pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 10 to 20 ohms).Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harness to the vehicle harness.
Check fuse.Disconnect purge valve.Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-1 and ground (expected value: < 2 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance between EVAP pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 10 to 20 ohms).Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harness to the vehicle harness.
Check fuse.Disconnect radiator fan relay.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-86 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-85 and ground (expected value: open).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMA-A4 to FB-85 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect radiator fan relay.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-86 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-85 and ground (expected value: open).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMA-A4 to FB-85 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect radiator fan relay.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D7 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C8 and ground (expected value: open).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-J4 to FB-C8 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect radiator fan relay.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-D7 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C8 and ground (expected value: open).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-J4 to FB-C8 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect relay.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-85 and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMA-A4 to FB-85 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect relay.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-85 and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMA-A4 to FB-85 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect relay.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C8 and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J4 to FB-C8 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect relay.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C8 and ground (expected value > open).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-J4 to FB-C8 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect relay.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Check load shedding relay.
Check fuse.Disconnect relay.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C10 and ground (expected value > open).Check load shedding relay.
Check fuse.Disconnect relay.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector FB-C2 and ground (expected value > open).Check load shedding relay.
Check fuse.Disconnect Reverse lock actuator relayMeasure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on the relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector LFB-A12 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector LFB-A11 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-G1 to LFB-B11 (expect
Check fuse.Disconnect Reverse lock actuator relayMeasure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on the relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector LFB-A12 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector LFB-A11 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-G1 to LFB-B11 (expect
Check fuse.Disconnect Reverse lock actuator relayMeasure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on the relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector LFB-A12 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector LFB-A11 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-G1 to LFB-B11 (expect
Check fuse.Disconnect Reverse lock actuator relayMeasure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on the relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector LFB-A12 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector LFB-A11 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-G1 to LFB-B11 (expect
Check fuse.Disconnect Reverse lock actuator relayMeasure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on the relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector LFB-A12 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector LFB-A11 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-G1 to LFB-B11 (expect
Check fuse.Disconnect Reverse lock actuator relayMeasure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on the relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector LFB-A12 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector LFB-A11 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-G1 to LFB-B11 (expect
Check fuse.Disconnect SRS.Measure resistance between SRS terminals (expected value: 30 ohms).
Check fuse.Disconnect SRS.Measure resistance between SRS terminals (expected value: 30 ohms).Check load shedding relay.
Check fuse.Disconnect SRS.Measure resistance between SRS terminals (expected value: 30 ohms).Measure resistance between harness connector CL-18 and ground (expected value > open).Check load shedding relay.
Check fuse.Make sure the fuel pump connector is fully inserted.Open ECM ACTIVATION page in B.U.D.S.Activate fuel pump and check if it reacts as expected.With vehicule power ON check voltage on FP-C connector (Expected value = battery voltage).Check system circuit ECMB-M1 for continuity to FP-A connector.Measure resistance between FP-C and FP-A (expected value:  < 2 ohms)
Check fuse.Measure voltage between harness connector FP-B and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance on the fuel pump connector between terminals B and C (expected value:  < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-M1 to FP-C (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector FP-C and ground (expected value: 0 volts).
Check fuse.Measure voltage between harness connector FP-B and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance on the fuel pump connector between terminals B and C (expected value:  < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-M1 to FP-C (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector FP-C and ground (expected value: 0 volts).
Check fuse.Measure voltage between harness connector FP-B and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance on the fuel pump connector between terminals B and C (expected value:  < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-M1 to FP-C (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector FP-C and ground (expected value: 0 volts).
Check fuse.Measure voltage between harness connector FP-B and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance on the fuel pump connector between terminals B and C (expected value:  < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-M1 to FP-C (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector FP-C and ground (expected value: 0 volts).
Check fuse.Measure voltage between harness connector FP-B and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance on the fuel pump connector between terminals B and C (expected value:  < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-M1 to FP-C (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector FP-C and ground (expected value: 0 volts).
Check fuse.Measure voltage between harness connector FP-B and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance on the fuel pump connector between terminals B and C (expected value:  < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECMB-M1 to FP-C (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector FP-C and ground (expected value: 0 volts).
Check fuseCheck Metallic wireCheck transmissionCheck actuatorCheck wiring and / or relayMeasure resistance from connector: BA-1 and GND (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from connector: BA-2 and LFB-B12 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from connector: ECMB-G2 and LFB-B11 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Turn key onMeasure voltage between LFB-A12 and GND (expected value: 11 to 1
Check fuseDisconnect Accessory relay and Lights relay & turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-10E and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-6D and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-K2 to PF1-12D (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connecto
Check fuseDisconnect Accessory relay and Lights relay & turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-10E and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-6D and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-K2 to PF1-12D (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connecto
Check fuseDisconnect Accessory relay and Lights relay & turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-10E and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-6D and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-K2 to PF1-12D (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connecto
Check fuseDisconnect Accessory relay and Lights relay & turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-10E and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-6D and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-K2 to PF1-12D (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connecto
Check fuseDisconnect Accessory relay and Lights relay & turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-10E and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-6D and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-K2 to PF1-12D (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connecto
Check fuseDisconnect Accessory relay and Lights relay & turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-10E and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-6D and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-K2 to PF1-12D (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connecto
Check fuseDisconnect Accessory relay and Lights relay & turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-10E and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-6D and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-K2 to PF1-12D (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connecto
Check fuseDisconnect Accessory relay and Lights relay & turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-10E and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-6D and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-K2 to PF1-12D (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connecto
Check fuseDisconnect Accessory relay and Lights relay & turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-10E and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-6D and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-K2 to PF1-12D (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connecto
Check fuseDisconnect radiator fan relayMeasure voltage between harness connector PF1-3D and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-B3 to PF1-1E (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay. (Expected value: 70 to 90 ohms)
Check fuseDisconnect radiator fan relayMeasure voltage between harness connector PF1-3D and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-B3 to PF1-1E (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay. (Expected value: 70 to 90 ohms)
Check fuseDisconnect radiator fan relayMeasure voltage between harness connector PF1-3D and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-B3 to PF1-1E (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay. (Expected value: 70 to 90 ohms)
Check fuseDisconnect radiator fan relayMeasure voltage between harness connector PF1-3D and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-B3 to PF1-1E (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay. (Expected value: 70 to 90 ohms)
Check fuseDisconnect radiator fan relayMeasure voltage between harness connector PF1-3D and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-B3 to PF1-1E (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay. (Expected value: 70 to 90 ohms)
Check fuseDisconnect radiator fan relayMeasure voltage between harness connector PF1-3D and ground. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-B3 to PF1-1E (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay. (Expected value: 70 to 90 ohms)
Check fuseDisconnect relay.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay. (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure resistance between harness connector PF-1E and ground. (Expected value > OPEN).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-B3 to PF1-1E (Expected value: < 2 ohms)
Check fuseDisconnect relay.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay. (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure resistance between harness connector PF-1E and ground. (Expected value > OPEN).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-B3 to PF1-1E (Expected value: < 2 ohms)
Check fuseDisconnect relay.Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relay. (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure resistance between harness connector PF-1E and ground. (Expected value > OPEN).Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-B3 to PF1-1E (Expected value: < 2 ohms)
Check fuseEnsure Module connector is fully inserted.Check for Damaged circuit wires or damaged Module pins.
Check fuseEnsure Module connector is fully inserted.Check for Damaged circuit wires or damaged Module pins.
Check fuseEnsure Module connector is fully inserted.Check for Damaged circuit wires or damaged Module pins.
Check fuseMeasure voltage between harness connector PF1-12B and ground (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-11B and ground (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-J1 to PF1-12A (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: PF1-11A to FP-3 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness
Check fuseMeasure voltage between harness connector PF1-12B and ground (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-11B and ground (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-J1 to PF1-12A (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: PF1-11A to FP-3 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness
Check fuseMeasure voltage between harness connector PF1-12B and ground (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-11B and ground (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-J1 to PF1-12A (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: PF1-11A to FP-3 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness
Check fuseMeasure voltage between harness connector PF1-12B and ground (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-11B and ground (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-J1 to PF1-12A (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: PF1-11A to FP-3 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness
Check fuseMeasure voltage between harness connector PF1-12B and ground (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-11B and ground (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-J1 to PF1-12A (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: PF1-11A to FP-3 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness
Check fuseMeasure voltage between harness connector PF1-12B and ground (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector PF1-11B and ground (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from harness connector: ECM-J1 to PF1-12A (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: PF1-11A to FP-3 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness
Check fuses #6 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM).Check ground continuity to the engine block.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check fuses #6 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM).Check ground continuity to the engine block.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check fuses #6 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM).Check ground continuity to the engine block.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check fuses #6 (REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM).Check ground continuity to the engine block.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check fuses- Ensure DPS connector is fully inserted.- Check for damaged circuit wires or damaged DPS pins.
Check fusesEnsure DPS connector is fully inserted.Check for damaged circuit wires or damaged DPS pins.
Check hydraulic brake circuit for a possible fluid leak.
Check iBR cooling circuit.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check iBR cooling circuit.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check iBR cooling circuit.Replace iBR unit.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check iBR cooling circuit.Replace iBR unit.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check idle stop for wear. Check throttle position sensor angle at idle. Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds. Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check idle stop for wear. Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop. Check throttle Position sensor angle at idle. Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds. Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check idle stop for wear. Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.
Check idle stop for wear. Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.
Check idle stop for wear.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check idle stop for wear.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check idle stop for wear.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check idle stop for wear.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle Position sensor angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle Position sensor angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle Position sensor angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check idle stop for wear.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.
Check idle stop for wear.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.
Check idle stop for wear.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.
Check idle stop for wear.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.
Check idle stop for wear.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.
Check idle stop for wear.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.
Check idle stop for wear.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.
Check idle stop for wear.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.
Check if HIC connector connected. Check ignition fuse. Check circuit wire IGN1-3.
Check if HIC connector connected. Check ignition fuse. Check circuit wire IGN2-3.
Check if HIC connector connected.Check ignition fuse.Check circuit wire IGN1-3.
Check if HIC connector connected.Check ignition fuse.Check circuit wire IGN2-3.
Check if HIC connector connected.Check ignition fuse.Check circuit wire IGN3-3.
Check if it’s possible to shift around neutral at idleVerify for leaks in clutch circuitVerify solenoid conditionVerify pressure valve conditionVerify pressure regulatorIf no complaint from user, no change required. If user complains about missed shifts and clutch slip, replace HCU
check if Purge valve hose is disconnected or DamagedMake sure sensor connector is fully inserted.Measure voltage between harness connector pins 1 and 2  (expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts).
check if Purge valve hose is disconnected or DamagedMake sure sensor connector is fully inserted.Measure voltage between harness connector pins 1 and 2  (expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts).
check if Purge valve hose is disconnected or DamagedMake sure sensor connector is fully inserted.Measure voltage between harness connector pins 1 and 2  (expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts).
Check if temperature module is connected.  Check for damaged connector or damaged wires.  Check if 12 volts system is ok. Check for 12 volts between pin 3 and 4 on connector TM. Check for continuity between TM connector pin 1 and BUDS connector pin 1. Check for continuity between TM connector pin 2 and BUDS connector pin 2.
Check if temperature module is connected. Check for damaged connector or damaged wires. Check if 12 volts system is ok.Check for 12 volts between pin 3 and 4 on connector TM.Check for continuity between TM connector pin 1 and BUDS connector pin 1.Check for continuity between TM connector pin 2 and BUDS connector pin 2.
Check if temperature module is connected. Check for damaged connector or damaged wires. Check if 12 volts system is ok.Check for 12 volts between pin 3 and 4 on connector TM.Check for continuity between TM connector pin 1 and BUDS connector pin 1.Check for continuity between TM connector pin 2 and BUDS connector pin 2.
Check if the brake switch operate properly. Check if brake switch is secured on the master cylinder. Check for 12 volts at ECM connector J1A_30 when brake is applied. Check for 0 volt at ECM connector J1A-30 when brake is not applied. Check for a faulty ground on the brake light.
Check if the brake switch operate properly. Check if brake switch is secured on the master cylinder. Check for 12 volts at ECM connector J1A_30 when brake is applied. Check for 0 volt at ECM connector J1A-30 when brake is not applied. Check for a faulty ground on the brake light.
Check if the brake switch operate properly.Check if brake switch is secured on the master cylinder.Check for 12 volts at ECM connector ECMB-H3 when brake is applied.Check for 0 volt at ECM connector ECMB-H3 when brake is not applied.Check for a faulty ground on the brake light.
Check if the brake switch operate properly.Check if brake switch is secured on the master cylinder.Check for 12 volts at ECM connector ECMB-H3 when brake is applied.Check for 0 volt at ECM connector ECMB-H3 when brake is not applied.Check for a faulty ground on the brake light.
Check if the E-RAVE valves move freely.
Clean and make the necessary adjustment if necessary
Check if the E-RAVE valves move freely.
Clean and make the necessary adjustment if necessary.
Check if the E-RAVE valves move freely.
Clean and make the necessary adjustment if necessary.
Check if the E-RAVE valves move freely.Clean and make the necessary adjustment if necessary.
Check if the E-RAVE valves move freely.Clean and make the necessary adjustment if necessary.
Check if the E-RAVE valves move freely.Clean and make the necessary adjustment if necessary.
Check if vehicle speed is available in BUDS Monitoring or BUDS2 Measurements pageCheck related fuse(s)Disconnect the sensor, measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor connectors (Expected value < 5 Ohms)
Check if vehicle speed is available in Monitoring page in BUDS or Measurement page in BUDS2Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the sensor, measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor connectors (Expected value < 5 Ohms)Remove and clean the vehicle speed sensor.Verify correct g
Check if vehicle speed is available in Monitoring page in BUDS or Measurement page in BUDS2Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the sensor, measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor connectors (Expected value < 5 Ohms)Remove and clean the vehicle speed sensor.Verify correct g
Check if vehicle speed is available in Monitoring page in BUDS or Measurement page in BUDS2Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the sensor, measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor connectors (Expected value < 5 Ohms)Remove and clean the vehicle speed sensor.Verify correct g
Check if vehicle speed is available in Monitoring page in BUDS.- Diagnose the speed sensor
Check if vehicle speed is available in Monitoring page in BUDS.Measure voltage between harness connector CV-A (red) and CV-C (ground black). (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance from connector: CI-9 to CV-B (pink) (Expected value: < 5 ohms) on ATV
Check if vehicle speed is available in Monitoring page in BUDSCheck related fuse(s)Disconnect the sensor, measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor connectors (Expected value < 5 Ohms)Remove and clean the vehicle speed sensor.
Check if vehicle speed is available in Monitoring page in BUDSCheck related fuse(s)Disconnect the sensor, measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor connectors (Expected value < 5 Ohms)Remove and clean the vehicle speed sensor.
Check if vehicle speed is available in Monitoring page in BUDSCheck related fuse(s)Disconnect the sensor, measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor connectors (Expected value < 5 Ohms)Remove and clean the vehicle speed sensor.
Check ignition and or fuel system.
Check ignition and or fuel system.
Check ignition and or fuel system.
Check ignition and or fuel system.
Check ignition and or fuel system.
Check ignition and or fuel system.
Check ignition and or fuel system.
Check ignition and or fuel system.
Check ignition and or fuel system.
Check ignition and or fuel system.
Check ignition and or fuel system.
Check ignition and or fuel system.
Check ignition key contacts and wire connections
Check ignition key contacts and wire connections
Check immobilizer.
Check in the BUDS Tab vehicle configuration if the DPS option is checked.Reflash the DPS with the latest software
Check injector and fuel supply system
Check injector and fuel supply system
Check injector and fuel supply system
Check injector and fuel supply system
Check injector and fuel supply system
Check injector and fuel supply system
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check knock system.
Check LFB F3 fuseCheck battery terminalsCheck alternator terminalsMeasure resistance from harness connector: LFB-B6 to ALT2 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: LFB-A6 to LFB-87 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check LFB F3 fuseCheck battery terminalsCheck alternator terminalsMeasure resistance from harness connector: LFB-B6 to ALT2 (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure resistance from harness connector: LFB-A6 to LFB-87 (expected value: < 2 ohms).
Check LPS
Check brake fluid level,
Inspect for brake fluid leak,
Bleed brake system to remove air in hydraulic brake system
Check LPS circuit,
Replace Master cylinder
Check LPSCheck brake fluid level, Inspect for brake fluid leak, Bleed brake system to remove air in hydraulic brake systemCheck LPS circuit, Replace Master cylinder  
Check multi switch left.Disconnect headlamp relays.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C10 and ground (expected value: 0 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C12 and ground (expected value: 0 volts).Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).
Check multi switch left.Disconnect headlamp relays.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C10 and ground (expected value: 0 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C12 and ground (expected value: 0 volts).Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).
Check multi switch left.Disconnect headlamp relays.Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C10 and ground (expected value: 0 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector FB-C12 and ground (expected value: 0 volts).Measure resistance between terminals 85 and 86 on relays (expected value: 70 to 90 ohms).
Check of Override Button
Check of Override Button
Check of Override Button
Check of Override Button
Check of Override Button
Check of Override Button
Check of Override Button
Check of Override Button
Check of Override Button
Check of Override Button
Check oil level. Check system circuit ECMA-E3 for continuity to the terminal of the OPS connector. Check oil pressure. If the vehicle was turned upside down while the engine was running, delete the fault 
Check oil level.Check system circuit ECMA-E3 for continuity to the terminal of the OPS connector.Check oil pressure.If the vehicle was turned upside down while the engine was running, delete the fault 
Check oil level.If vehicle was turned upside down when engine was running,  delete the occured fault Check impedance of sensor.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check park brake cable assembly or check park brake assembly.
Check park brake cable assembly or check park brake assembly.
Check purge fuse.Disconnect EVAP (purge valve).Measure resistance between the ECMA-A3 and EVAP-1 (Expected value < 2 Ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Ensure purge valve connector is fully inserted.Ensure HIC (harness inter-connect) connector is fully inserted.
Check purge fuse.Disconnect EVAP (purge valve).Measure resistance between the ECMA-A3 and EVAP-1 (Expected value < 2 Ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Ensure purge valve connector is fully inserted.Ensure HIC (harness inter-connect) connector is fully inserted.
Check purge fuse.Disconnect EVAP (purge valve).Measure resistance between the ECMA-A3 and EVAP-1 (Expected value < 2 Ohms).Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Ensure purge valve connector is fully inserted.Ensure HIC (harness inter-connect) connector is fully inserted.
Check purge fuse.Disconnect EVAP (purge valve).Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-1 and ground (expected value: < 2 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance between EVAP pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 10 to 20 ohms).Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harness to the vehicle harness.
Check purge fuse.Disconnect EVAP (purge valve).Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-1 and ground (expected value: < 2 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance between EVAP pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 10 to 20 ohms).Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harness to the vehicle harness.
Check purge fuse.Disconnect EVAP (purge valve).Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-1 and ground (expected value: < 2 volts).Measure voltage between harness connector EVAP-2 and ground (expected value: 11 to 13 volts)Measure resistance between EVAP pin 1 and 2 (expected value = 10 to 20 ohms).Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harness to the vehicle harness.
Check rave actuator cable and adjustment
Check RAVE cable and adjustment
Check RAVE cable and adjustment
Check RED/ORANGE circuit for damaged or shorted wires.  Check tail light, headlamp or diagnostic connector.
Check RED/ORANGE circuit for damaged or shorted wires.  Check tail light, headlamp or diagnostic connector.
Check RED/WHITE circuit for damaged or shorted wire.  Check battery condition. A blown 30 amp fuse is a good indication of a problem with the wires or the battery.
Check RED/WHITE circuit for damaged or shorted wire.  Check battery condition. A blown 30 amp fuse is a good indication of a problem with the wires or the battery.
Check RED/YELLOW circuit for damaged or shorted wire. Check connections on visor outlet, check heated grips if equipped with standard gauge.
Check RED/YELLOW circuit for damaged or shorted wire. Check connections on visor outlet, check heated grips if equipped with standard gauge.
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect Accessories and Lights relays, turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure coil resistance of both relays (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wires of both relays relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and both relays (Expect
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect Accessories and Lights relays, turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure coil resistance of both relays (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wires of both relays relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and both relays (Expect
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect Accessories and Lights relays, turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure coil resistance of both relays (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wires of both relays relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and both relays (Expect
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect Accessories and Lights relays, turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure coil resistance of both relays (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wires of both relays relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and both relays (Expect
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect Accessories and Lights relays, turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure coil resistance of both relays (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wires of both relays relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and both relays (Expect
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect Accessories and Lights relays, turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure coil resistance of both relays (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wires of both relays relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and both relays (Expect
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect Accessories and Lights relays, turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure coil resistance of both relays (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wires of both relays relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and both relays (Expect
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect Accessories and Lights relays, turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure coil resistance of both relays (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wires of both relays relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and both relays (Expect
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect Accessories and Lights relays, turn key switch (on w/lights)Measure coil resistance of both relays (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wires of both relays relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and both relays (Expect
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector 1  (front) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorVerify the isolation between harness injectors signals (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector 1 
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector 1  (front) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorVerify the isolation between harness injectors signals (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector 1 
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector 1 (front)  and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector 1 connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)Check if HIC connector is connecting the 
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector 1 (front)  and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector 1 connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)Check if HIC connector is connecting the 
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector 2  (rear) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorVerify the isolation between harness injectors signals (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector 2 c
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector 2  (rear) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorVerify the isolation between harness injectors signals (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector 2 c
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector 2 (rear) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector 2 connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)Check if HIC connector is connecting the en
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector 2 (rear) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector 2 connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)Check if HIC connector is connecting the en
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector 2 connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector 2 connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)Check if HIC connector is connecting the engine harn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorVerify the isolation between harness injectors signals (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector connectors (E
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorVerify the isolation between harness injectors signals (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector connectors (E
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorVerify the isolation between harness injectors signals (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector connectors (E
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorVerify the isolation between harness injectors signals (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector connectors (E
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorVerify the isolation between harness injectors signals (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector connectors (E
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorVerify the isolation between harness injectors signals (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector connectors (E
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorVerify the isolation between harness injectors signals (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector connectors (E
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorVerify the isolation between harness injectors signals (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector connectors (E
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorVerify the isolation between harness injectors signals (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector 2 connectors 
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect injector and measure his resistance (Expected value: 14 to 15 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorVerify the isolation between harness injectors signals (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and injector 2 connectors 
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect intercooler fan relay and measure its coil resistance (Expected value: 130 to  170 OhmsMeasure the voltage of the harness power wire of relay relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and relay (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect intercooler fan relay and measure its coil resistance (Expected value: 130 to  170 OhmsMeasure the voltage of the harness power wire of relay relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and relay (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect intercooler fan relay and measure its coil resistance (Expected value: 130 to  170 OhmsMeasure the voltage of the harness power wire of relay relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and relay (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect intercooler fan relay and measure its coil resistance (Expected value: 130 to  170 OhmsMeasure the voltage of the harness power wire of relay relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and relay (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect intercooler fan relay and measure its coil resistance (Expected value: 130 to  170 OhmsMeasure the voltage of the harness power wire of relay relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and relay (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect intercooler fan relay and measure its coil resistance (Expected value: 130 to  170 OhmsMeasure the voltage of the harness power wire of relay relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and relay (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect intercooler fan relay and measure its coil resistance (Expected value: 130 to  170 OhmsMeasure the voltage of the harness power wire of relay relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and relay (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect intercooler fan relay and measure its coil resistance (Expected value: 130 to  170 OhmsMeasure the voltage of the harness power wire of relay relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and relay (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect intercooler fan relay and measure its coil resistance (Expected value: 130 to  170 OhmsMeasure the voltage of the harness power wire of relay relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and relay (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect radiator fan relay and measure his coil resistance (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of relay relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and relay (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect radiator fan relay and measure his coil resistance (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of relay relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and relay (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect radiator fan relay and measure his coil resistance (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of relay relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and relay (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect radiator fan relay and measure his coil resistance (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of relay relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and relay (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect radiator fan relay and measure his coil resistance (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of relay relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and relay (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect radiator fan relay and measure his coil resistance (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of relay relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and relay (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect relay and measure his coil resistance (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and tested device connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect relay and measure his coil resistance (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and tested device connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect relay and measure his coil resistance (Expected value: 70 to 90 Ohms)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and tested device connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor (FRONT cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between th
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor 
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor 
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 1st oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor 
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor (REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor 
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor 
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor 
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor 
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the 
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the 2nd oxygen sensor REAR cylinder) and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the 
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the fuel pump and measure his winding resistance (Expected value < 2 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and fuel pump connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the fuel pump and measure his winding resistance (Expected value < 2 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and fuel pump connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the fuel pump and measure his winding resistance (Expected value < 2 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and fuel pump connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the fuel pump and measure his winding resistance (Expected value < 2 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and fuel pump connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the fuel pump and measure his winding resistance (Expected value < 2 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and fuel pump connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the fuel pump and measure his winding resistance (Expected value < 2 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and fuel pump connectors (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor conn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor conn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor conn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor conn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor conn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor conn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor conn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor conn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor conn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor conn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor conn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor conn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor conn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor conn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sensor conn
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage 5V)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and s
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage 5V)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and s
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage 5V)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and s
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage 5V)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and s
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage 5V)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and s
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage 5V)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and s
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage 5V)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and s
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage 5V)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and s
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage 5V)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and s
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sens
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sens
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sens
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sens
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sens
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sens
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sens
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sens
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect the second oxygen sensor and measure his resistance (Expected value: 7 to 12 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connector and measure resistance between harness wires and ground (Expected value: open)Measure the resistance of the harness wires, between the ECM and sens
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect wastegate solenoid and measure its coil resistance (Expected value:21 to 25 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of solenoid relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and solenoid (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect wastegate solenoid and measure its coil resistance (Expected value:21 to 25 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of solenoid relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and solenoid (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect wastegate solenoid and measure its coil resistance (Expected value:21 to 25 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of solenoid relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and solenoid (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect wastegate solenoid and measure its coil resistance (Expected value:21 to 25 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of solenoid relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and solenoid (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect wastegate solenoid and measure its coil resistance (Expected value:21 to 25 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of solenoid relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and solenoid (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect wastegate solenoid and measure its coil resistance (Expected value:21 to 25 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of solenoid relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and solenoid (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect wastegate solenoid and measure its coil resistance (Expected value:21 to 25 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of solenoid relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and solenoid (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect wastegate solenoid and measure its coil resistance (Expected value:21 to 25 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of solenoid relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and solenoid (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect wastegate solenoid and measure its coil resistance (Expected value:21 to 25 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of solenoid relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and solenoid (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect wastegate solenoid and measure its coil resistance (Expected value:21 to 25 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of solenoid relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and solenoid (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect wastegate solenoid and measure its coil resistance (Expected value:21 to 25 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of solenoid relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and solenoid (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect wastegate solenoid and measure its coil resistance (Expected value:21 to 25 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of solenoid relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and solenoid (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect wastegate solenoid and measure its coil resistance (Expected value:21 to 25 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of solenoid relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and solenoid (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect wastegate solenoid and measure its coil resistance (Expected value:21 to 25 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of solenoid relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and solenoid (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check related fuse(s)Disconnect wastegate solenoid and measure its coil resistance (Expected value:21 to 25 Ohms)Measure the voltage of the harness power wire of solenoid relative to ground (Expected value: Battery voltage)Disconnect the associated ECM connectorMeasure the resistance of the harness wire, between the ECM and solenoid (Expected value < 2 Ohms)
Check resistance at 0 RPM and above 3500 RPM.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check resistance at 0 RPM and above 3500 RPM.Switch is normally closed, ECM connector pin A-E3Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check reverse actuatorCheck transmission 
Check SAS mechanical position, make sure it is not loose.Check SAS connector is correctly pushed inPerform SAS reset as described in latest shop manual
Check sensor connected to ECM voltage supply output (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector ECM-A1 and ground. (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts)
Check sensor connected to ECM voltage supply output (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector ECM-A1 and ground. (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts)
Check sensor connected to ECM voltage supply output (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector ECM-A1 and ground. (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts)
Check sensor connected to ECM voltage supply output (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector ECM-A1 and ground. (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts)
Check sensor connected to ECM voltage supply output (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector ECM-A1 and ground. (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts)
Check sensor connected to ECM voltage supply output (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts)Measure voltage between harness connector ECM-A1 and ground. (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts)
Check sensor probe location in exhasut system
Check sensor probe location in exhasut system
Check solenoid coil resistivity (Expected value = 4-6 ohms) Measure voltage on circuit wire SD-B on solenoid (Expected value = Battery voltage). With vehicule power ON check voltage on circuit wire SD-A on solenoid (Expected value = Battery voltage). While holding start button check voltage on circuit wire SD-A on solenoid (Expected value = 0 volt). Replace ECM.
Check solenoid coil resistivity (Expected value = 4-6 ohms)Measure voltage on circuit wire SD-B on solenoid (Expected value = Battery voltage).With vehicule power ON check voltage on circuit wire SD-A on solenoid (Expected value = Battery voltage).While holding start button check voltage on circuit wire SD-A on solenoid (Expected value = 0 volt).Replace ECM.
Check speed sensor and vehicle harness
Check start button, Check Run/Stop button, check if free weeling diode is in the good way.Disconnect starter solenoid relayMeasure resistance from harness connector: ECM-L3 to SS2 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: MG2-6 to SS1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance between terminals SS1 and SS2. (Expected value: 3 to 6 ohms)
Check start button, Check Run/Stop button, check if free weeling diode is in the good way.Disconnect starter solenoid relayMeasure resistance from harness connector: ECM-L3 to SS2 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: MG2-6 to SS1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance between terminals SS1 and SS2. (Expected value: 3 to 6 ohms)
Check start button, Check Run/Stop button, check if free weeling diode is in the good way.Disconnect starter solenoid relayMeasure resistance from harness connector: ECM-L3 to SS2 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: MG2-6 to SS1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance between terminals SS1 and SS2. (Expected value: 3 to 6 ohms)
Check start button, Check Run/Stop button, check if free weeling diode is in the good way.Disconnect starter solenoid relayMeasure resistance from harness connector: ECM-L3 to SS2 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: MG2-6 to SS1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance between terminals SS1 and SS2. (Expected value: 3 to 6 ohms)
Check start button, Check Run/Stop button, check if free weeling diode is in the good way.Disconnect starter solenoid relayMeasure resistance from harness connector: ECM-L3 to SS2 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: MG2-6 to SS1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance between terminals SS1 and SS2. (Expected value: 3 to 6 ohms)
Check start button, Check Run/Stop button, check if free weeling diode is in the good way.Disconnect starter solenoid relayMeasure resistance from harness connector: ECM-L3 to SS2 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: MG2-6 to SS1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance between terminals SS1 and SS2. (Expected value: 3 to 6 ohms)
Check start button, Check Run/Stop button, check if free weeling diode is in the good way.Disconnect starter solenoid relayMeasure resistance from harness connector: ECM-L3 to SS2 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: MG2-6 to SS1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance between terminals SS1 and SS2. (Expected value: 3 to 6 ohms)
Check start button, Check Run/Stop button, check if free weeling diode is in the good way.Disconnect starter solenoid relayMeasure resistance from harness connector: ECM-L3 to SS2 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: MG2-6 to SS1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance between terminals SS1 and SS2. (Expected value: 3 to 6 ohms)
Check start button, Check Run/Stop button, check if free weeling diode is in the good way.Disconnect starter solenoid relayMeasure resistance from harness connector: ECM-L3 to SS2 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from harness connector: MG2-6 to SS1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance between terminals SS1 and SS2. (Expected value: 3 to 6 ohms)
Check Sum error
Check Sum error
Check Sum error
Check Sum error
Check Sum error
Check Sum error
Check sum error.
Check sum error.
Check sum error.
Check sum error.
Check sum error.
Check sum error.
Check sum error.CAN message contains Erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
Check sum error.CAN message contains Erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
Check sum error.CAN message contains Erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
Check sum error.CAN message contains Erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
Check sum error.CAN message contains Erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
Check sum error.CAN message contains Erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
Check sum error.CAN message contains Erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
Check sum error.CAN message contains Erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
Check sum error.CAN message contains Erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
Check sum error.CAN message contains Erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
Check sum error.CAN message contains Erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
Check sum error.CAN message contains Erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
Check suspension actuator pump and/or wiring.
Check suspension actuator pump wiring.
Check suspension actuator pump.
Check suspension actuator pump.
Check switch functionality. Check for short circuit on switch wiring. Refer to shop manual for testing procedure and wiring diagram.
Check switch functionality. Check for short circuit on switch wiring. Refer to shop manual for testing procedure and wiring diagram.
Check switch functionality. Check for short circuit on switch wiring. Refer to shop manual for testing procedure and wiring diagram.
Check switch functionality. Check for short circuit on switch wiring. Refer to shop manual for testing procedure and wiring diagram.
Check system circuit at iS module.(REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM)
Check system circuit between E-RAVE-4 and ECMA-G4 + ECMA-H4Check system circuit between E-RAVE-5 and ECMA-J4 + ECMA-K4Replace rave actuator motor
Check system circuit between E-RAVE-4 and ECMA-G4 + ECMA-H4Check system circuit between E-RAVE-5 and ECMA-J4 + ECMA-K4Replace rave actuator motor
Check system circuit ECMA-A1 and ECMA-A4 for short to groundCheck for MAG and PTO shorted throttle body injectors.Remace ECM
Check system circuit ECMA-A1 and ECMA-A4 for short to groundCheck for MAG and PTO shorted throttle body injectors.Remace ECM
Check system circuit ECMA-A2 for short to 12V or 55V.Check for PTO open throttle body injectors.Remace ECM
Check system circuit ECMA-A2 for short to 12V or 55V.Check for PTO open throttle body injectors.Remace ECM
Check system circuit ECMA-A3 for short to 12V or 55V.Check for MAG shorted throttle body injectors.Remace ECM
Check system circuit ECMA-A3 for short to 12V or 55V.Check for MAG shorted throttle body injectors.Remace ECM
Check system circuit ECMA-J3 for continuity to terminal 2 of the ignition coil connector.Check for 55 volts on terminal 3 of ignition coil connector.Check for continuity between terminal 1 of ignition coil connector and chassis.
Check system circuit ECMA-J3 for continuity to terminal 2 of the ignition coil connector.Check for 55 volts on terminal 3 of ignition coil connector.Check for continuity between terminal 1 of ignition coil connector and chassis.
Check system circuit ECMA-J3 for short to 55 volts.
Check system circuit ECMA-J3 for short to 55 volts.
Check system circuit ECMA-K3 for continuity to terminal 5 of the ignition coil connector.Check for 55 volts on terminal 6 of ignition coil connector.Check for continuity between terminal 4 of ignition coil connector and chassis.
Check system circuit ECMA-K3 for continuity to terminal 5 of the ignition coil connector.Check for 55 volts on terminal 6 of ignition coil connector.Check for continuity between terminal 4 of ignition coil connector and chassis.
Check system circuit ECMA-K3 for short to 55 volts.
Check system circuit ECMA-K3 for short to 55 volts.
Check system circuit ECMB-J2 for continuity to fan relay control pin.
Check system circuit ECMB-J2 for continuity to fan relay control pin.
Check system circuit ECMB-J2 for continuity to fan relay control pin.Check 12V supply to relay
Check system circuit ECMB-J2 for continuity to fan relay control pin.Check 12V supply to relay
Check system circuit ECMB-M3 for continuity to terminal A of the fuel pump connector.Check system circuit ECMB-L4 for continuity to terminal C of the fuel pump connector.Check circuit ECMB-M3 and ECMB-L4 for resistivity to ground.
Check system circuit ECMB-M3 for continuity to terminal A of the fuel pump connector.Check system circuit ECMB-L4 for continuity to terminal C of the fuel pump connector.Check circuit ECMB-M3 and ECMB-L4 for resistivity to ground.
Check system circuit ECMB-M3 for continuity to terminal A of the fuel pump connector.Check system circuit ECMB-L4 for continuity to terminal C of the fuel pump connector.Check circuit fuel pump connector A and C for short
Check system circuit ECMB-M3 for continuity to terminal A of the fuel pump connector.Check system circuit ECMB-L4 for continuity to terminal C of the fuel pump connector.Check circuit fuel pump connector A and C for short
Check system circuit J1A-19 for continuity to terminal 1 of the CTS connector and J1A-27 for continuity to terminal 2 of the CTS connector. Check circuit J1A-19 and J1A-27 for resistivity to ground. Replace the sensor if necessary.
Check system circuit J1A-19 for continuity to terminal 1 of the CTS connector and J1A-27 for continuity to terminal 2 of the CTS connector. Check circuit J1A-19 and J1A-27 for resistivity to ground. Replace the sensor if necessary.
Check system circuit J1B-1 for continuity to terminal 2 of the PTO injector. Check system circuit J2-13 for continuity to terminal 1 of the PTO injector. Check circuit J1B-1 for resistivity to ground. Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector. Replace ECM.
Check system circuit J1B-19 for continuity to terminal 2 of the ignition coil connector. Check for 55 volts on terminal 3 of ignition coil connector. Check for continuity between terminal 1 of ignition coil connector and chassis.
Check system circuit J1B-19 for continuity to terminal 2 of the ignition coil connector. Check for 60 volts on terminal 3 of ignition coil connector. Check for continuity between terminal 1 of ignition coil connector and chassis.
Check system circuit J1B-19, check WHITE/RED wire on injector connector for 55 volts.
Check system circuit J1B-19, check WHITE/RED wire on injector connector for 60 volts.
Check system circuit J1B-26 for continuity to terminal 2 of the ignition coil connector. Check for 55 volts on terminal 3 of ignition coil connector. Check for continuity between terminal 1 of ignition coil connector and chassis.
Check system circuit J1B-26 for continuity to terminal 2 of the ignition coil connector. Check for 60 volts on terminal 3 of ignition coil connector. Check for continuity between terminal 1 of ignition coil connector and chassis.
Check system circuit J1B-26, check WHITE/RED wire on ignition coil connector for 55 volts.
Check system circuit J1B-26, check WHITE/RED wire on ignition coil connector for 60 volts.
Check system circuit J1B-7 for continuity to terminal 2 of the PTO injector. Check system circuit J1B-2 for continuity to terminal 1 of the PTO injector. Check circuit J1B-7 and J1B-2 for resistivity to ground. Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector. Replace ECM.
Check system circuit J1B-8 for continuity to terminal 1 of the MAG injector. Check system circuit J1B-1 for continuity to terminal 2 of the MAG injector. Check circuit J1B-8 and J1B-1 for resistivity to ground. Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector. Replace ECM.
Check system circuit J1B-8 for continuity to terminal 2 of the MAG injector. Check system circuit J2-13 for continuity to terminal 1 of the MAG injector. Check circuit J1B-8 for resistivity to ground. Check for approximately 2.4 ohms on injector. Replace ECM.
Check system circuit J2-4 for continuity to terminal 1 of the fuel pump connector. Check system circuit J2-12 for continuity to terminal 2 of the fuel pump connector. Check circuit J2-4 and J2-12 for resistivity to ground.
Check system circuit J2-4 for continuity to terminal 1 of the fuel pump connector. Check system circuit J2-12 for continuity to terminal 2 of the fuel pump connector. Check circuit J2-4 and J2-12 for resistivity to ground.
Check system circuit J2-4 for continuity to terminal 1 of the fuel pump connector. Check system circuit J2-4 for resistivity to ground. Replace the fuel pump if necessary.
Check system circuit J2-4 for continuity to terminal 1 of the fuel pump connector. Check system circuit J2-4 for resistivity to ground. Replace the fuel pump if necessary.
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.
Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with BUDS. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.
Check system circuits A-B4, A-G4, A-H2.Make sure that the sensor housing is correctly inserted into the manifold.Check sensor connector for:     a) 5 volts on pin 1.     b) 0 volt on pin 2.     c) 0 volt on pin 3.The 5 volt supply is shared between the TAS signal 1, TOPS and MAPS. Verify all three sensor if one is pulling too much current. 
Check system circuits A-B4, A-G4, A-H2.Make sure that the sensor housing is correctly inserted into the manifold.Check sensor connector for:     a) 5 volts on pin 1.     b) 0 volt on pin 2.     c) 0 volt on pin 3.The 5 volt supply is shared between the TAS signal 1, TOPS and MAPS. Verify all three sensor if one is pulling too much current. 
Check system circuits A-B4, A-G4, A-H2.Make sure that the sensor housing is correctly inserted into the manifold.Check sensor connector for:     a) 5 volts supply from ECM on pin 1.     b) Ground supply from ECM on pin 2.     c) Analog voltage from sensor to ECM on pin 3.The 5 volt supply is shared between the TAS signal 1, TOPS and MAPS. Verify all three sensor if one is pulling too much current
Check system circuits B-A3, B-B3, B-J3.Check for 0 volt on sensor connector pin B.Check for 5 volts on sensor connector pin A.Check for 0.25 to 1.5 volts on sensor connector pin C.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check system circuits B-A3, B-B3, B-J3.Check for 0 volt on sensor connector pin B.Check for 5 volts on sensor connector pin A.Check for 0.25 to 1.5 volts on sensor connector pin C.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check system circuits B-E1, B-K1, B-K3, B-A3, B-B3, B-J3Check for 0 volt on sensor connector pin B & E.Check for 5 volts on sensor connector pin A & D. The 5 volt supply is shared between the TAS signal 1, TOPS and MAPS. Verify all three sensor if one is pulling too much current. Check for 0.5 to 3 volts on sensor connector pin Fand 0.25 to 1.5 on CRefer to the service manual for more details.
Check system circuits B-E1, B-K1, B-K3.Check for 0 volt on sensor connector pin E.Check for 5 volts on sensor connector pin D. The 5 volt supply is shared between the TAS signal 1, TOPS and MAPS. Verify all three sensor if one is pulling too much current. Check for 0.5 to 3 volts on sensor connector pin F.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check system circuits B-E1, B-K1, B-K3.Check for 0 volt on sensor connector pin E.Check for 5 volts on sensor connector pin D. The 5 volt supply is shared between the TLS signal 1, TOPS and MAPS. Verify all three sensor if one is pulling too much current. Check for 0.5 to 3 volts on sensor connector pin F.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check system circuits ECMA-H1 for continuity to terminal 1 of knock sensor connector and ECMA-G1 for continuity to terminal 2 of knock sensor connector.Check sensor mounting surface and torque.
Check system circuits ECMA-H1 for continuity to terminal 1 of knock sensor connector and ECMA-G1 for continuity to terminal 2 of knock sensor connector.Check sensor mounting surface and torque.
Check system circuits ECMB-K3 for continuity to terminal C of D.E.S.S. post connector.Check system circuits ECMB-K2 for continuity to terminal B of D.E.S.S. post connector.Check system circuits ECMB-J3 for continuity to terminal A of D.E.S.S. post connector.Check system circuits fuse box terminal A to terminal D of D.E.S.S post connector.
Check system circuits ECMB-K3 for continuity to terminal C of D.E.S.S. post connector.Check system circuits ECMB-K2 for continuity to terminal B of D.E.S.S. post connector.Check system circuits ECMB-J3 for continuity to terminal A of D.E.S.S. post connector.Check system circuits fuse box terminal A to terminal D of D.E.S.S post connector.
Check system circuits J1A-12 for continuity to terminal 2 of the EGTS connector and J1A-27 for continuity to terminal 1 of the EGTS connector. Check circuits J1A-12 for continuity to ground. Replace the sensor if necessary.
Check system circuits J1A-20 for continuity to terminal 2 of the ATS connector and J1A-27 for continuity to terminal 1 of the ATS connector. Check circuits J1A-20 and J1A-27 for resistivity to ground. Sensor can have an intermittent reading, replace the sensor if necessary.
Check system circuits J1A-20 for continuity to terminal 2 of the ATS connector and J1A-27 for continuity to terminal 1 of the ATS connector. Check circuits J1A-20 and J1A-27 for resistivity to ground. Sensor can have an intermittent reading, replace the sensor if necessary.
Check system circuits J1A-23 for continuity to terminal 1 of D.E.S.S. post connector, J1A-11 for continuity to terminal 3 of D.E.S.S. post connector and J1A-5 for continuity to terminal 2 of D.E.S.S. post connector. Check system circuit J1A-23 for continuity to circuit J1A-5 when D.E.S.S. key is installed on D.E.S.S. post. Check system circuit J1A-11 for continuity to the center contact of the D.
Check system circuits J1A-23 for continuity to terminal 1 of D.E.S.S. post connector, J1A-11 for continuity to terminal 3 of D.E.S.S. post connector and J1A-5 for continuity to terminal 2 of D.E.S.S. post connector. Check system circuit J1A-23 for continuity to circuit J1A-5 when D.E.S.S. key is installed on D.E.S.S. post. Check system circuit J1A-11 for continuity to the center contact of the D.
Check system circuits J1A-33 for continuity to terminal 2 of knock sensor connector and J1A-34 for continuity to terminal 1 of knock sensor connector. Check sensor mounting surface and torque.
Check system circuits J1A-33 for continuity to terminal 2 of knock sensor connector and J1A-34 for continuity to terminal 1 of knock sensor connector. Check sensor mounting surface and torque.
Check tail light fuse F7. Check brake relay RY6. Measure resistance from connector ABS-3 to fusebox PF1-A12 (expected value: < 2 ohms). Check terminals condition.
Check TAS adjustment.
Check TAS adjustment.
Check TAS adjustment.
Check TAS adjustment.
Check TAS adjustment.
Check TAS adjustment.
Check that vent line of vacuum assist is not restricted Check for proper hose connection on the solenoid valve Check for short to ground on solenoid wireInspect clutch for excessive wearCheck adjustment of clutch adjuster
Check that vent line of vacuum assist is not restricted Check for proper hose connection on the solenoid valve Check for short to ground on solenoid wireInspect clutch for excessive wearCheck adjustment of clutch adjuster
Check that vent line of vacuum assist is not restricted Check for proper hose connection on the solenoid valve Check for short to ground on solenoid wireInspect clutch for excessive wearCheck adjustment of clutch adjuster
Check the sensor for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F).Check for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F) between ECM connector pins A-H3 and A-J3.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check the sensor for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F).Check for approximately 2280 to 2736 ohms at 19 to 21°C (66 to 70°F) between ECM connector pins A-H3 and A-J3.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check the two DPS fuses.Check the connectors on the DPS for moisture and corrosion.Measure voltage between harness connector DPS2-A&B and ground. (Expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure battery voltage with engine stopped. (Expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Check ground and positive connections on battery.
Check the two DPS fusesEnsure DPS connector is fully inserted.Check for Damaged tail light, DPS, Cluster circuit wires Check for damaged DPS pins.
Check THROTTLE cable adjustment.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR INITIALIZATION in BUDS with throttle completely OFFMeasure resistance from connector: ECM-A1 to TPS-1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from connector: ECM-G3 to TPS-3 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from connector: ECM-G2 to TPS-2 (Expec
Check THROTTLE cable adjustment.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR INITIALIZATION in BUDS with throttle completely OFFMeasure resistance from connector: ECM-A1 to TPS-1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from connector: ECM-G3 to TPS-3 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from connector: ECM-G2 to TPS-2 (Expec
Check THROTTLE cable adjustment.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR INITIALIZATION in BUDS with throttle completely OFFMeasure resistance from connector: ECM-A1 to TPS-3 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from connector: ECM-G3 to TPS-1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms)Measure resistance from connector: ECM-G2 to TPS-2 (Expec
Check throttle mechanical adjustment.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR INITIALIZATION in BUDS with throttle completely OFF.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check throttle mechanical adjustment.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR INITIALIZATION in BUDS with throttle completely OFF.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check throttle mechanical adjustment.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR INITIALIZATION in BUDS with throttle completely OFF.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check throttle mechanical adjustment.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in BUDS or BUDS2 with throttle completely OFF.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check throttle mechanical adjustment.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in BUDS or BUDS2 with throttle completely OFF.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check throttle mechanical adjustment.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in BUDS or BUDS2 with throttle completely OFF.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check throttle mechanical adjustment.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in BUDS or BUDS2 with throttle completely OFF.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check throttle mechanical adjustment.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in BUDS or BUDS2 with throttle completely OFF.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check throttle mechanical adjustment.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle angle at idle.Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in BUDS or BUDS2 with throttle completely OFF.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Check throttle plate movement. Check idle stop for wear. Check throttle position sensor angle at idle, expected value 1-4.5 degrees Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds. Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check throttle plate movement. Check idle stop for wear. Check throttle position sensor angle at idle, expected value 1-4.5 degrees Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds. Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check throttle plate movement. Check idle stop for wear. Check throttle position sensor angle at idle, expected value 1-4.5 degrees Perform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds. Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check throttle plate movement.Check idle stop for wear.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle, expected value 1-4.5 degreesPerform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check throttle plate movement.Check idle stop for wear.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle, expected value 1-4.5 degreesPerform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check throttle plate movement.Check idle stop for wear.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle, expected value 1-4.5 degreesPerform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check throttle plate movement.Check idle stop for wear.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle, expected value 2-3.5 degreesPerform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check throttle plate movement.Check idle stop for wear.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle, expected value 2-3.5 degreesPerform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check throttle plate movement.Check idle stop for wear.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle, expected value 2-3.5 degreesPerform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check throttle plate movement.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle, expected value 2-3.5 degreesPerform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check throttle plate movement.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle, expected value 2-3.5 degreesPerform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check throttle plate movement.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle, expected value 2-3.5 degreesPerform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check throttle plate movement.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle, expected value 2-3.5 degreesPerform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check throttle plate movement.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle, expected value 2-3.5 degreesPerform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check throttle plate movement.Check idle stop for wear.Ensure throttle plate is against throttle stop.Check throttle position sensor angle at idle, expected value 2-3.5 degreesPerform THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR RESET in B.U.D.S. with throttle grip accelerator not activated since at least 30 seconds.Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL for more details.
Check throttle position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 1 and 2. Check system circuits J1A-10 for continuity to terminal 1 of the TPS connector, J1A-26 for continuity to terminal 2 of the TPS connector and J1A-1 for continuity to terminal 3 of the TPS connector. Refer to the Shop Manual for complete throttle position sensor testing procedure.
Check throttle position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 1 and 2. Check system circuits J1A-10 for continuity to terminal 1 of the TPS connector, J1A-26 for continuity to terminal 2 of the TPS connector and J1A-1 for continuity to terminal 3 of the TPS connector. Refer to the Shop Manual for complete throttle position sensor testing procedure.
Check throttle position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 1 and 2. Check system circuits J1A-10 for continuity to terminal 1 of the TPS connector, J1A-26 for continuity to terminal 2 of the TPS connector and J1A-1 for continuity to terminal 3 of the TPS connector. Refer to the Shop Manual for complete throttle position sensor testing procedure.
Check throttle position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 2 and 3.Check system circuits ECMA-D2 for continuity to terminal 3 of the TPS connector, ECMA-C2 for continuity to terminal 2 of the TPS connector and ECMA-D3 for continuity to terminal 1 of the TPS connector.
Check throttle position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 2 and 3.Check system circuits ECMA-D2 for continuity to terminal 3 of the TPS connector, ECMA-C2 for continuity to terminal 2 of the TPS connector and ECMA-D3 for continuity to terminal 1 of the TPS connector.
Check throttle position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 2 and 3.Check system circuits ECMA-D2 for continuity to terminal 3 of the TPS connector, ECMA-C2 for continuity to terminal 2 of the TPS connector and ECMA-D3 for continuity to terminal 1 of the TPS connector.Check for continuity to supply on ECMA-D3
Check throttle position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 2 and 3.Check system circuits ECMA-D2 for continuity to terminal 3 of the TPS connector, ECMA-C2 for continuity to terminal 2 of the TPS connector and ECMA-D3 for continuity to terminal 1 of the TPS connector.Check for continuity to supply on ECMA-D3
Check throttle position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 2 and 3.Check system circuits ECMA-D2 for continuity to terminal 3 of the TPS connector, ECMA-C2 for continuity to terminal 2 of the TPS connector and ECMA-D3 for continuity to terminal 1 of the TPS connector.Check for continuity to ground on ECMA-D3
Check throttle position sensor connector for 5 volts between pin 2 and 3.Check system circuits ECMA-D2 for continuity to terminal 3 of the TPS connector, ECMA-C2 for continuity to terminal 2 of the TPS connector and ECMA-D3 for continuity to terminal 1 of the TPS connector.Check for continuity to ground on ECMA-D3
Check tire pressure.Check wheel speed sensors starting with rear sensor first.
Check TPS adjustment.
Check TPS adjustment.
Check TPS adjustment.
Check TPS adjustment.
Check TPS adjustment.
Check TPS adjustment.
Check VCM motor fuse MFB56.Measure voltage between harness connector VCM-1 and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure resistance from connector: VCM-36 to GND (expected value: < 2 ohms).Measure battery voltage with engine stopped (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Check ground and positive connections on battery.
Check VCM valve fuse MFB78.Measure voltage between harness connector VCM-25 and ground (expected value = 11 to 13 volts).Measure battery voltage with engine stopped (expected value: 11 to 13 volts).Check ground and positive connections on battery.External troubleshooting is not possible, if internal valve relay defective, replace the VCM.
Check vehicle exhaust configuration in BUDS
Check vehicle exhaust configuration in BUDS
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 10
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 15
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 15
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 15
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 15
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 16
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 16
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 16
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 16
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 17
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 17
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 17
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 17
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 18
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 18
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 18
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 18
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 19
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 20
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 3
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 3
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 4
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 4
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 4
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 4
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 5
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 5
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 5
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 5
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 6
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 6
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 6
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 6
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 7
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 7
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 7
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 7
Check wiring to connector #1, pin 9
Check wiring to connector #2, pin 1
Check wiring to connector #2, pin 12
Check YRS mechanical position.Reset lateral offset using VCM/SETTING in BUDS
checksum error.CAN message contains erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
checksum error.CAN message contains erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
checksum error.CAN message contains erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
checksum error.CAN message contains erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
checksum error.CAN message contains erroneous information or temporarily incorrect.
Chip temperature for plausibility fault
Chip temperature for signal too high
Chip temperature for signal too low
Circuit wire ECMB-M1 is shorted to 12 volts. Fuel pump motor is stuck or shorted.
Circuit wire ECMB-M1 is shorted to 12 volts.Fuel pump motor is stuck or shorted.
Circuit wire IGN1-3 is shorted to battery. Ignition coil is damaged.
Circuit wire IGN1-3 is shorted to battery. Ignition coil is damaged.
Circuit wire IGN2-3 is shorted to battery. Ignition coil is damaged.
Circuit wire IGN2-3 is shorted to battery. Ignition coil is damaged.
Circuit wire IGN3-3 is shorted to battery.Ignition coil is damaged.
Circuit wire INJ1-1 is shorted to battery. Injector coil is shorted.
Circuit wire INJ1-1 is shorted to battery.Injector coil is shorted.
Circuit wire INJ1-1 is shorted to ground.
Circuit wire INJ1-1 is shorted to ground.
Circuit wire INJ2-1 is shorted to battery. Injector coil is shorted.
Circuit wire INJ2-1 is shorted to battery. Injector coil is shorted.
Circuit wire INJ2-1 is shorted to ground. Injector coil is open
Circuit wire INJ2-1 is shorted to ground.Injector coil is open
Circuit wire INJ3-1 is shorted to battery.Injector coil is shorted.
Circuit wire INJ3-1 is shorted to ground.
Circuit wires INJ1-1 or INJ1-2 open circuit. Blown fuse. Disconnected injector connector. Disconnected HIC connector. Injector coil open circuit,
Circuit wires INJ1-1 or INJ1-2 open circuit. Blown fuse. Disconnected injector connector. Disconnected HIC connector. Injector coil open circuit,
Circuit wires INJ2-1 or INJ2-2 open circuit. Blown fuse. Disconnected injector connector. Disconnected HIC connector. Injector coil open circuit.
Circuit wires INJ2-1 or INJ2-2 open circuit. Blown fuse. Disconnected injector connector. Disconnected HIC connector. Injector coil open circuit.
Circuit wires INJ3-1 or INJ3-2 open circuit.Blown fuse.Disconnected injector connector.Disconnected HIC connector.Injector coil open circuit,
Clean and check for damage in the reverse gate and nozzle area.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Clean and check for damage in the reverse gate and nozzle area.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Clean and check for damage in the reverse gate and nozzle area.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Clean and check for damage in the reverse gate and nozzle area.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Clean and check for damage/wear parts in the reverse system and nozzle area.Check iBR electrical motor wiring.Isolate the iBR output shaft from the reverse system and activate the iBR, if the fault comes active, replace iBR.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Clean and check for damage/wear parts in the reverse system and nozzle area.Check iBR electrical motor wiring.Isolate the iBR output shaft from the reverse system and activate the iBR, if the fault comes active, replace iBR.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Clean and check for damage/wear parts in the reverse system and nozzle area.Check iBR electrical motor wiring.Isolate the iBR output shaft from the reverse system and activate the iBR, if the fault comes active, replace iBR.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Clean and check for damage/wear parts in the reverse system and nozzle area.Check iBR electrical motor wiring.Isolate the iBR output shaft from the reverse system and activate the iBR, if the fault comes active, replace iBR.Refer to the service manual for more details.
Clear the Fault. Check the connectors on the DPS for moisture and corrosion. If Fault becomes Active Replace the DPS.Further external troubleshooting is not possible.
Clear the Fault. Check the connectors on the DPS for moisture and corrosion. If Fault becomes Active Replace the DPS.Further external troubleshooting is not possible.
Clear the Fault. Check the connectors on the DPS for moisture and corrosion. If Fault becomes Active Replace the DPS.Further external troubleshooting is not possible.
Clear the Fault. Check the connectors on the DPS for moisture and corrosion. If Fault becomes Active Replace the DPS.Further external troubleshooting is not possible.
Clear the Fault. Check the connectors on the DPS for moisture and corrosion. If Fault becomes Active Replace the DPS.Further external troubleshooting is not possible.
Clear the Fault. Check the connectors on the DPS for moisture and corrosion. If Fault becomes Active Replace the DPS.Further external troubleshooting is not possible.
Clear the Fault. Check the connectors on the DPS for moisture and corrosion. If Fault becomes Active Replace the DPS.Further external troubleshooting is not possible.
Clear the Fault. If Fault becomes Active Replace the DPSExternal troubleshooting is not possible
Clear the Fault.Check the connectors on the DPS for moisture and corrosion.If Fault becomes Active Replace the DPS.Further external troubleshooting is not possible.
Clear the Fault.Check the connectors on the DPS for moisture and corrosion.If Fault becomes Active Replace the DPS.Further external troubleshooting is not possible.
Clear the Fault.Check the connectors on the DPS for moisture and corrosion.If Fault becomes Active Replace the DPS.Further external troubleshooting is not possible.
Clear the Fault.Check the connectors on the DPS for moisture and corrosion.If Fault becomes Active Replace the DPS.Further external troubleshooting is not possible.
Clear the Fault.Check the connectors on the DPS for moisture and corrosion.If Fault becomes Active Replace the DPS.Further external troubleshooting is not possible.
Clear the Fault.Check the connectors on the DPS for moisture and corrosion.If Fault becomes Active Replace the DPS.Further external troubleshooting is not possible.
Clear the Fault.Check the connectors on the DPS for moisture and corrosion.If Fault becomes active Replace the DPS.Further external troubleshooting is not possible.
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CLUSTER 01020100 SW
CLUSTER 01030100 SW
CLUSTER 01030100 SW For BUDS2 Dev
CLUSTER 01040000 SW
CLUSTER 01040000 SW For BUDS2 Dev
CLUSTER 01040100 SW
CLUSTER 01040100 SW For BUDS2 Dev
CLUSTER 01050100 SW
CLUSTER 01050100 SW For BUDS2 Dev
CLUSTER 01060100 SW
CLUSTER 01060100 SW For BUDS2 Dev
CLUSTER 01F00100 SW
CLUSTER 01F00100 SW For BUDS2 Dev
Cluster CAN error – Loss of vehicle speed information from cluster
Cluster CAN messages timeout or validity
Cluster CAN messages timeout or validity
Cluster CAN messages timeout or validity
Cluster CAN MSG 0x400 missing or invalid
Cluster CAN MSG 0x400 missing or invalid
Cluster CAN Timeout error-Missing CAN ID 230h
Cluster CAN Timeout error-Missing CAN ID 408h
Cluster CAN Timeout error-Missing CAN ID 410h
Cluster CAN Timeout error-Missing CAN ID 514h
Cluster CAN Timeout error-Missing CAN ID 5B4h
Cluster check sum error – CAN ID230h
Cluster check sum error – CAN ID408h
Cluster check sum error – CAN ID410h