CFMoto Error Codes List. Diagnostic

Fault icon flashes. How to read the error code?

To read the error code, you do not need a scanner or any special devices.

 

You can do it like this:

 

    We turn on the ignition.

 

    The Check Engine icon (injector drawing) on the instrument panel starts flashing.

By counting the number of flashes, you can read the error code.

The error code ALWAYS consists of 4 digits and ALWAYS begins with the number "0"

 

    It is shown according to the following algorithm:

LONG PAUSE >> COUNTDOWN

 

a series of flashes (this is the first digit of the error) >>> Short pause

Series of flashes (second error digit) >>> Short pause

.................

A series of flashes (fourth digit of the error) >>> LONG PAUSE

 

Flashes in series mean:

1 flash - number 1

2 flashes - number 2

...............................

9 flashes - number 9

10 flashes - number 0

If there is only one mistake, it will be repeated again after a long pause, and so on in a circle.

If there are several of them, then after a long pause there will be a second error, then a third, then ...., then the first again, and so on in a circle.

 

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In the absence of malfunctions, when the ignition is turned on, the Check Engine indicator (injector pattern) should just light up.

 

     After eliminating the cause of the error, there is no need to specifically reset the error. After SEVERAL trips, with access to the modes of all injection control systems, the error is erased automatically. This does not mean that you can start the engine three times and the error should disappear, no, you need to drive 3-4 times (both warming up, and power modes, and the feedback / lambda system).


List of fault codes that may appear

when diagnosing the injection control system on ATVs CFMOTO

No.

The code

Description of possible malfunction

one

P0030

An open in the oxygen sensor heater circuit

2

P0031

Short to ground in the oxygen sensor heater circuit of the first cylinder

3

P0037

Short to ground in the oxygen sensor heater circuit of the second cylinder

four

P0032

Short circuit on "+" in a chain of a heater of the sensor of oxygen of the first cylinder

5

P0038

Short circuit on "+" in a chain of a heater of the sensor of oxygen of the second cylinder

6

P0053

The internal resistance of the oxygen sensor heater is not
correct

7

P0105

No change in the signal from the intake air pressure sensor (aging,
clogging or freezing of moisture in the sensor)

eight

P0106

Erroneous signal from the intake air pressure sensor (air leakage
through the sensor or connection points, its failure, a problem with the passage
of air into the sensor)

9

P0107

Short to ground in the intake air pressure sensor circuit (
signal level too low - for BOSCH; signal level too low from the T-MAP sensor - for DELPHI)

ten

P0108

Short circuit to "+" in the intake air pressure sensor circuit (signal level too high
- for BOSCH; signal level too high from the T-MAP sensor - for DELPHI)

eleven

P0112

Too low voltage from the intake air temperature sensor (
short to ground)

12

P0113

Short to "+" in the intake air temperature sensor circuit (
signal too high)

13

P0116

The signal from the engine temperature sensor is erroneous

fourteen

P0117

The signal voltage from the engine temperature sensor is too low (
short to ground)

fifteen

P0118

The signal voltage from the engine temperature sensor is too high ( jumper to
some kind of power circuit)

16

P0122

Too low voltage from the damper position sensor (short to
ground)

17

P0123

Too high voltage from the damper position sensor (jumper to
some kind of power circuit)

eighteen

P0130

The signal from the oxygen sensor does not correspond to the norm (contact failure in the
connector or jumper with the heater circuit)

19

P0131

Too low voltage from the oxygen sensor of the first cylinder ( short to
ground )

twenty

P0137

Too low voltage from the oxygen sensor of the second cylinder ( short to
ground )

21

P0132

Too high voltage in the signal circuit of the oxygen sensor of the first
cylinder (if the ECU sees a voltage from it constantly more than 1.5V, it considers this as
a short to "+")

22

P0138

Too high voltage in the signal circuit of the oxygen sensor of the second cylinder
(if the ECU sees the voltage from it is constantly more than 1.5V,
then it considers this as a short to "+")

 

23

P0133

Aging of the oxygen sensor (ECU transition to average data for
the operation of the injection system, the sensor has increased the response time, replace the
sensor)

 

24

P0134

An erroneous signal from the oxygen sensor (if, when starting the engine, the ECU
sees that the voltage from it constantly remains in the range of 0.4-0.6V,
then it considers this as a short to "+")

 

25

P0170

The self-learning injection control system considers the operation of the
mixture
control circuit as incorrect.

The appearance of these
codes is
correct
only if there
are no
errors in the
injection
control system .

26

P0171

The self-learning injection control system regards the operation of the
mixture
control circuit as " poor ".

 

27

P0172

The self-learning injection control system evaluates the operation of the
mixture
control circuit as "rich".

 

28

P0201

Break in the chain of the injector of the first cylinder (contact failure in the connectors
)

 

29

P0202

Open circuit in the injector circuit of the second cylinder (contact failure in the connectors
)

 

thirty

P0230/0231

Malfunction in a chain of management of the fuel pump

 

31

P0232

Jumper to "+" in the fuel pump control circuit (jumper with
any power circuit)

 

32

P0261

Short to ground in the injector control circuit

 

33

P0262

Jumper to "+" in the injector control circuit (jumper with any
power circuit)

 

34

P0321

Failure of the reference point by the engine speed sensor (e.g. change in
the relative position of the sensor and the rotor)

 

35

P0322

No signal from the engine speed sensor (e.g. short
circuit or open circuit)

 

36

P0336

Invalid signal from the crankshaft position sensor

 

37

P0337

Low signal level from the crankshaft position sensor

 

38

P0351

Ignition circuit control failure

 

39

P0352

   

40

Р0444

CFMOTO Confirmed Version:
Open Circuit Valve XX - for BOSCH
Open Circuit (Low Voltage) Starter Auxiliary Relay - for
DELPHI

 

41

Р0445

Confirmed version of CFMOTO:
Too high voltage on auxiliary starter relay for
DELPHI

 

42

P0458

Version CFMOTO:
Too low voltage on the XX valve - for BOSCH

 

43

P0459

Version CFMOTO:
Too high voltage on the XX valve - for BOSCH

 

44

P0500

Invalid signal from the speed sensor (if there are special conditions:
for example , the neutral is on , but the movement continues)

45

P0501

Unreliable signal from the speed sensor (open or short circuit in the circuit,
sensor failure)

46

P0505

Malfunction in a circuit of regulation XX

47

P0506

Idling speed below the specified one (e.g. malfunction of the XX
air valve, violation of the position of the damper stop screw
, sticking of the throttle cable, dirt inside the damper body or actuator)

48

P0507

Idle speed higher than specified (possible causes:
malfunction of the XX air valve, violation of the position of the damper stop
screw, sticking of the throttle cable, dirt inside the damper or
actuator housing, intake air leakage)

49

P0560

Battery voltage is abnormal

fifty

P0562

Battery voltage too low

51

P0563

Battery voltage too high

52

P0602

Malfunction of the electronic control module (ECU)

53

P0627

Open in the fuel pump relay circuit

54

P0628

Short to ground in the fuel pump relay circuit

55

P0629

Short circuit on "+" in a chain of the relay of the fuel pump

56

P0650

Problems in MIL Light circuits ( "Check engine" lamps )

57

P0850

Malfunctions in the engine start circuit (cannot be started in neutral )

58

P1693

Short to "+" in the MIL Light circuit (Lamps " Check engine "")
(CFMOTO version:
Tachometer circuit too low signal level from the crankshaft position sensor
- for DELPHI)

59

P1694

Short to ground in the MIL Light circuit (Lamps " Check engine ")
(CFMOTO version: In the tachometer circuit, the signal level from the
crankshaft position sensor is too high
- for DELPHI)

60

P2177

The self-learning injection control system regards the mixture at
speeds above XX as "Too lean"

61

P2178

The self-learning injection control system considers the mixture at
speeds above XX as "Too rich"

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