Polaris is a company that produces a lot of different types of vehicles that are great for people who love to perform sports. Some of the vehicles that are manufactured by Polaris include ATVs, snowmobiles, and motorcycles. Polaris makes a variety of different kinds of vehicles, each with different features and abilities.
Snowmobiles are an excellent vehicle for driving on snow or ice. They can be used for many different types of outdoor activities. This is because snowmobiles have powerful engines that produce a lot of power, and also because they have suspensions that are designed to handle rough terrain easily.
Slingshot motorcycles are a type of motorcycle that is designed for recreation purposes. They are very powerful and are easily maneuvered. There are a lot of different features that make slingshots great for riding on a hot day. Some of the features that they have are very convenient, like having a comfortable seat and powerful engines.
Some of the features that these vehicles have are useful, but they also have some potential problems. Some of the common error codes that are associated with certain Polaris products will be discussed, along with some useful tips on how to fix them.
If a fault is detected, the light will stay on for as long as the problem exists. Retrieve the error codes that are associated with your specific vehicle to assist in diagnosing the problem.
If a fault is detected, the light will stay on for as long as the problem exists. This type of warning light is also called an Amber Warning Lamp (AWL).
If this lamp lights while the engine is running, get help from an authorized dealer or a qualified person who can diagnose the problem. If an error is detected with the engine, the warning light will stay on as long as there is a fault. This type of warning lamp is sometimes called a malfunction indicator lamp (MIL).
This message is displayed only when the MIL, AWL, EPS or ABS light is on, or when the light turns on and off multiple times during one ignition cycle. When the vehicle is turned off, the code and message that you got are lost. If the fault condition occurs again after restarting the engine, the code and message will be displayed. If an error lamp illuminates, locate the error codes that are displayed on the display.
Depending on the diagnostic module, more than one code may be present. Then press the toggle button to see if more codes are present. Click on the button to the right to see which codes are currently displayed. Press the button that indicates which code to select.
If a code is displayed, the CHECK ENGINE will be turned on, and the EPS (Engine Protection System) lamp will flash. EPS fault codes are displayed when an engine fault is detected. They are displayed when the EPS lamp is present. Record the three numbers that are displayed. Press the button that shows the mode menu, and then press the OK button to exit the menu.