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have a 2009 arctic cat 700h1 . have efi flashing on screen while running. read that i can get to error codes from diagnostic plug next to the pdm. after checking i found this plug to be located by the fuse box and have 4 wires hooked to it. ( black,orange, green, blue with red stripe) does anyone know where i can get the test plug for this or how to jump it out so i can get to the error codes . older models only had 2 wires and you can use a paper clip. atv runs just have efi flashing all the time . figure if i can get the number of code i can narrow the check list of possible problems thank`s crash
thanks for the info. got error code ac-13 (intake air pressure sensor) checked filter (ok) , checked duck bill (ok), found sensor/ wire seems to be hooked ok. dont know what to do next. and can you clear error codes or does anyone know what to look for? thanks crash
in the dealer manual it says to put it in 4 wheel drive hold the reverse override button turn on key count to 10 release reverse override button then turn off key then turn key back on. this is suppose to reset it . will try leaving battery disconnected for an hour
I have a 2006 700 EFI cat Love the machine but I just recently have had a problem. I was riding around my place at a low speed and the machine just quit. Then when I tried to restart it would crank over just fine but start flashing EFI and not even fire. I jumped the wires to get the codes and come up with a big 00. The fuel pump sounds like it is pumping gas but i don't think it is getting to the throttle body. Cann anybody please help???? Thanks
moike tryed the battery thing , it didnt work went right back to default. bigcat 06 motor was made by suzuki I think. theres no 00 on the trouble shooting guide for the 09 model. might be a loose connection