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Old 01-08-2010, 09:24 PM
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Riding down the trail my m1 dies, gave it a pull or two and she started up and the WRENCH flashed once pause then twice. Sled ran like **** after this happened and seemed not right before but i thought it might have still been cold

1 : what is the wrench since there is a check engine light also?

2: what does it mean?

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Chassis Control Unit
(Crossfire/F-Series/
M-Series Models)
The Chassis Control Icon may illuminate for a number
of reasons. The light should illuminate each time the
key is turned to RUN or START, and it should go out
when the engine starts. If the light stays illumintated or
it illuminates while the engine is running, the CCU is
receiving input that is outside of its established parameters.
Diagnostic Codes/
Chassis Control Unit
(Crossfire/F-Series/
M-Series Models)
These diagnostic codes are flashed by the wrench icon
light incorporated within the speedometer/tachometer.
Refer to the following chart for diagnostic code
sequences.
��NOTE: On these double-digit codes (3-1, 3-2, etc.),
the first number indicated will flash in an uninterrupted
sequence, there will be a short pause, and
the second number indicated will flash in an uninterrupted
sequence.
Number of Flashes Trouble
3-1
(CCU Icon)
Stator failure
(input open or shorted).
3-2
(CCU Icon)
High power DC output deactivated
(headlight/handwarmer).
3-3
(CCU Icon)
High power DC output shorted
(headlight/handwarmer).
3-4
(CCU Icon)
Low power DC output deactivated
(gauge/taillight/APV valves).
3-5
(CCU Icon)
Low power DC output shorted
(gauge/taillight/APV valves).
3-6
(CCU Icon)
System under voltage
(below 11 volts).
3-7
(CCU Icon)
System over voltage.
(above 15.5 volts).
3-8
(CCU Icon)
Gear shift actuator failure
(over current or over temperature).
4-2
(CCU Icon)
Tachometer input failure (engine running
- no tachometer
signal present).
4-3
(CCU Icon)
Gear position switch failure (did not
change - no (or invalid)
position input).
4-4
(CCU Icon)
CCU over temperature
(above 105 C - 221 F).




Check Engine Light
(Crossfire/F-Series/
M-Series Models)
The Check Engine Light is controlled by the ECU and
may illuminate for a number of reasons. The light
should illuminate each time the key is turned to RUN
or START, and it should go out when the engine starts.
If the light stays illuminated or it illuminates while the
engine is running, the ECU is receiving input that is
outside of its established parameters.
Diagnostic Codes/
Check Engine
(Crossfire/F-Series/
M-Series Models)
These diagnostic codes are flashed by the check engine
light incorporated within the speedometer/tachometer.
Refer to the following chart for diagnostic code
sequences.
��NOTE: On single-digit codes (2, 4, etc.), the number
indicated will flash in an uninterrupted
sequence. On double-digit codes (1-2, 1-6, etc.), the
first number indicated will flash in an uninterrupted
sequence, there will be a short pause, and the second
number indicated will flash in an uninterrupted
sequence.
If the coolant temperature is at or above 80 C (176
F), the coolant temperature light will flash a warning
(alert). If the coolant temperature is at or above 93 C
(200 F), the coolant temperature light will cease flashing
and will remain constantly illuminated.
Number of Flashes Trouble
1-2
(Check Engine Light)
Failure in ignition coil.
1-6
(Check Engine Light)
Incorrect adjustment/failure in
APV cable.
1-7
(Check Engine Light)
Failure in exhaust temperature
sensor.
1-8
(Check Engine Light)
Failure in servomotor.
2
(Check Engine Light)
Failure in injector(s).
2-1
(Check Engine Light)
Failure in knock sensor.
2-3
(Check Engine Light)
Failure in knock control system.
4
(Check Engine Light)
Open or short circuit in barometric
pressure sensor.
5
(Check Engine Light)
Open or short circuit in intake air
temperature sensor.
6
(Check Engine Light)
Open or short circuit in water
temperature sensor.
7
(Check Engine Light)
Open or short circuit in throttle
position sensor.
Steady Flash
(Coolant Temperature Light)
Coolant Temperature Above 80
C (176 F).
Constant On
(Coolant Temperature Light)
Coolant Temperature Above 93
C (200 F).
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Well...there ya go. Nice info.
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Thats some good info Thanks m8magic, but i started this morning I got 1 wrench flash pause 2 wrench flash ??
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Thank you so much for posting this. My sled has no stock airbox either.
Just finished putting the 07 m1000 back together only to throw a 1-8 CEL. Looked at the servo motor and found both cables had jumped the servomotor actuator. Easy fix once I knew what the code meant.
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often a code will be way off any diagnostic number..just something strange causing it...i used to get a wierd code that was caused by a loose spark plug cap on my m8 on the pto side...i used dialetric grease on the boot and it popped just part way off..(detonation will also loosen caps and as well plugs)..and wierd wrench codes...also wire issues..(pinched etc)..on servo wires..tail lights...coils..etc will do it as well..and cause performance issues
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Everyone talks about there not being enough tech information on BCR, well i googled error codes and looky where i ended up
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