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    FI fault code list f12x

    Can someone post a link or direct me to the list of fault codes. I have been searching for a while and cannot locate a list.

    Thank you.


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    did you try search button?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chip View Post
    did you try search button?
    Yes I did. Did you read my post?

    ---------- Post added at 03:29 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:27 PM ----------

    what code is this?

    1 long blink space 1 long blink, 5 short blinks.

    is that code 1 and code 15. or is that code 25.

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    http://www.tradebit.com/tagworld.php...rax+pwc+manual

    try that url/ not sure what year you have, you can download an entire service manual for around $6.00 - $15.00 so it says. You really need one to work on your ski.

  5. #5
    I found this:

    FUEL SYSTEM (Programmed Fuel Injection)
    7-9
    PGM-FI (Programmed Fuel Injection)
    SYSTEM
    SELF-DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
    Fit the safety lanyard clip to the base of the engine
    stop switch.
    If the warning light and PGM-FI malfunction indicator
    lamp (
    MIL) do not blink, the PGM-FI system has
    no problem.
    If the
    MIL and warning light blink, and the warning
    buzzer sounds, the PGM-FI system has a problem.
    Push the SET, MODE, ID SET or ID NO. switch for
    more than 2 seconds to stop the warning buzzer.
    Push the SET and MODE switches simultaneously
    for more than 5 seconds to blink the failure code.
    Read and record how many times the
    MIL and
    warning light blinks and determine the cause of the
    problem (page 7-12).
    To read the ECM memory of problem data, perform
    the following:
    Pull the safety lanyard clip off of the engine stop
    switch.
    Remove the seats (page 2-4).
    Remove the dummy connector from the service
    check connector.
    Connect the service check connector terminals with
    a jumper wire.
    Fit the safety lanyard clip to the base of the engine
    stop switch.
    Push the SET and MODE switches simultaneously
    for more than 5 seconds to blink the failure code.
    If the ECM has no problem data in its memory, the
    MIL and warning light will come on and stay on.
    If the ECM has problem data in its memory, the
    MIL
    and warning light will start blinking.
    Read and record how many times the
    MIL and
    warning light blink and determine the cause of the
    problem (page 7-12).

    SELF-DIAGNOSTIC MEMORY RESET
    PROCEDURE
    1. Remove the seats (page 2-4).
    2. Connect the service check connector terminals using a jumper wire.
    3. Fit the safety lanyard clip to the base of the
    engine stop switch
    4. Remove the jumper wire from the service check
    connector.
    5. The
    MIL and warning light lights about 5 seconds.
    While the
    MIL and warning light lights, connect
    the service check connector terminal again with
    the jumper wire
    The self-diagnostic memory is erased, if the
    MIL
    and warning light goes off and starts blinking.
    • The service check connector must be jumped
    while the
    MIL and warning light lights. If not, the
    MIL and warning light will not start blinking.
    • Note that the self-diagnostic memory cannot be
    erased if you turn off the engine stop switch
    before the
    MIL and warning light starts blinking.
    If the
    MIL and warning light blinks 33 times, the
    diagnostic memory has not been erased.

  6. #6
    I found this.

    2 wire 02 F12x is Brown and Green with a Black tracer

    4 wire 04 R12x is same but adds for Honda service tool info

    There is a plug you can buy for the service connector also.. the Ghetto method is to short the Brown wire and Green with a Black tracer and just use the stock dash to read the codes.


    And this.............

    FUEL SYSTEM (Programmed Fuel Injection)
    7-9
    PGM-FI (Programmed Fuel Injection)
    SYSTEM
    SELF-DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
    Fit the safety lanyard clip to the base of the engine
    stop switch.
    If the warning light and PGM-FI malfunction indicator
    lamp (MIL) do not blink, the PGM-FI system has
    no problem.
    If the MIL and warning light blink, and the warning
    buzzer sounds, the PGM-FI system has a problem.
    Push the SET, MODE, ID SET or ID NO. switch for
    more than 2 seconds to stop the warning buzzer.
    Push the SET and MODE switches simultaneously
    for more than 5 seconds to blink the failure code.
    Read and record how many times the MIL and
    warning light blinks and determine the cause of the
    problem (page 7-12).
    To read the ECM memory of problem data, perform
    the following:
    Pull the safety lanyard clip off of the engine stop
    switch.
    Remove the seats (page 2-4).
    Remove the dummy connector from the service
    check connector.
    Connect the service check connector terminals with
    a jumper wire.
    Fit the safety lanyard clip to the base of the engine
    stop switch.
    Push the SET and MODE switches simultaneously
    for more than 5 seconds to blink the failure code.
    If the ECM has no problem data in its memory, the
    MIL and warning light will come on and stay on.
    If the ECM has problem data in its memory, the MIL
    and warning light will start blinking.
    Read and record how many times the MIL and
    warning light blink and determine the cause of the
    problem (page 7-12).

    SELF-DIAGNOSTIC MEMORY RESET
    PROCEDURE
    1. Remove the seats (page 2-4).
    2. Connect the service check connector terminals using a jumper wire.
    3. Fit the safety lanyard clip to the base of the
    engine stop switch
    4. Remove the jumper wire from the service check
    connector.
    5. The MIL and warning light lights about 5 seconds.
    While the MIL and warning light lights, connect
    the service check connector terminal again with
    the jumper wire
    The self-diagnostic memory is erased, if the MIL
    and warning light goes off and starts blinking.
    • The service check connector must be jumped
    while the MIL and warning light lights. If not, the
    MIL and warning light will not start blinking.
    • Note that the self-diagnostic memory cannot be
    erased if you turn off the engine stop switch
    before the MIL and warning light starts blinking.
    If the MIL and warning light blinks 33 times, the
    diagnostic memory has not been erased.

  7. #7
    I Found this:

    How to "pull" codes
    2 wire 02 F12x is Brown and Green with a Black tracer

    4 wire 04 R12x is same but adds for Honda service tool info

    There is a plug you can buy for the service connector also.. the Ghetto method is to short the Brown wire and Green with a Black tracer and just use the stock dash to read the codes.


    FUEL SYSTEM (Programmed Fuel Injection)
    7-9
    PGM-FI (Programmed Fuel Injection)
    SYSTEM
    SELF-DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
    Fit the safety lanyard clip to the base of the engine
    stop switch.
    If the warning light and PGM-FI malfunction indicator
    lamp (MIL) do not blink, the PGM-FI system has
    no problem.
    If the MIL and warning light blink, and the warning
    buzzer sounds, the PGM-FI system has a problem.
    Push the SET, MODE, ID SET or ID NO. switch for
    more than 2 seconds to stop the warning buzzer.
    Push the SET and MODE switches simultaneously
    for more than 5 seconds to blink the failure code.
    Read and record how many times the MIL and
    warning light blinks and determine the cause of the
    problem (page 7-12).
    To read the ECM memory of problem data, perform
    the following:
    Pull the safety lanyard clip off of the engine stop
    switch.
    Remove the seats (page 2-4).
    Remove the dummy connector from the service
    check connector.
    Connect the service check connector terminals with
    a jumper wire.
    Fit the safety lanyard clip to the base of the engine
    stop switch.
    Push the SET and MODE switches simultaneously
    for more than 5 seconds to blink the failure code.
    If the ECM has no problem data in its memory, the
    MIL and warning light will come on and stay on.
    If the ECM has problem data in its memory, the MIL
    and warning light will start blinking.
    Read and record how many times the MIL and
    warning light blink and determine the cause of the
    problem (page 7-12).

    SELF-DIAGNOSTIC MEMORY RESET
    PROCEDURE
    1. Remove the seats (page 2-4).
    2. Connect the service check connector terminals
    using a jumper wire.
    3. Fit the safety lanyard clip to the base of the
    engine stop switch
    4. Remove the jumper wire from the service check
    connector.
    5. The MIL and warning light lights about 5 seconds.
    While the MIL and warning light lights, connect
    the service check connector terminal again with
    the jumper wire
    The self-diagnostic memory is erased, if the MIL
    and warning light goes off and starts blinking.
    € The service check connector must be jumped
    while the MIL and warning light lights. If not, the
    MIL and warning light will not start blinking.
    € Note that the self-diagnostic memory cannot be
    erased if you turn off the engine stop switch
    before the MIL and warning light starts blinking.
    If the MIL and warning light blinks 33 times, the
    diagnostic memory has not been erased.


    I found this code list.

    PGM-FI SELF-DIAGNOSIS MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP (MIL)
    FAILURE CODES
    • The PGM-FI malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) denotes the failure codes (the number of blinks from 0 to 47). The MIL has
    two types of blinks, a long blink and short blink. The long blink lasts for 1.3 seconds, the short blink lasts for 0.5 seconds.
    When two long blinks occur, and five short blinks, that problem code is 25 (two long blinks = 20 blinks, five short
    blinks = 5 blinks). Then, go to the flow chart and see problem code 25.
    • When the Engine Control Module (ECM) stores some failure codes, the MIL shows the failure codes in the order from
    the lowest number to highest number. For example, when the MIL blinks once, then blinks seven times, two failures
    have occurred. Follow the flow chart for failure codes 1 and 7.
    Number of
    PGM-FI MIL
    blinks
    Causes Symptoms Refer to
    page
    0
    No
    blinks
    • Open circuit at the power input and
    ground wires of the ECM
    • Blown sub-fuse D (7.5 A)
    • Faulty main relay
    • Open circuit in the main relay related circuits
    • Faulty engine stop switch
    • Open circuit in the engine stop switch
    related circuits
    • Faulty ECM
    • Blown main fuse (30 A)
    • Engine does not start –
    No
    blinks
    • Open circuit in the MIL wire
    • Faulty ECM
    • Engine operates normally –
    Blinking
    • Short circuit in the MIL wire
    • Faulty ECM
    • Engine operates normally –
    Stay lit
    • Short circuit in the service check connector
    wire
    • Engine operates normally –

    1
    Blink
    • Loose or poorly connected MAP sensor
    connector
    • Open or short circuit in the MAP sensor
    wire
    • Faulty MAP sensor
    • Engine operates normally 8-16

    2
    Blinks
    • Loose or poor connection of the MAP sensor
    vacuum hose
    • Faulty MAP sensor
    • Engine operates normally 8-19

    7
    Blinks
    • Loose or poorly connected ECT sensor
    connector
    • Open or short circuit in the ECT sensor
    wire
    • Faulty ECT sensor
    • Hard to start at lowtemperatures
    (ECM controls using
    preset value; Cooling water
    temperature: 90C/194F)
    • Engine operates below 3,000
    rpm

    8
    Blinks
    • Loose or poorly connected TP sensor connector
    • Open or short circuit in the TP sensor wire
    • Faulty TP sensor
    • Poor engine response when
    operating the throttle quickly
    (ECM controls using preset
    value; Throttle opening: 0)

    FUEL SYSTEM (Programmed Fuel Injection)

    9
    Blinks
    • Loose or poorly connected IAT sensor
    connector
    • Open or short circuit in the IAT sensor
    wire
    • Faulty IAT sensor
    • Engine operates below 3,000
    rpm (ECM controls using preset
    value; Intake air temperature:
    25C/77F)

    12
    Blinks
    • Loose or poorly connected No. 1 injector
    connector
    • Open or short circuit in the No. 1 injector
    wire
    • Faulty No. 1 injector
    • Engine operates below 3,000
    rpm

    13
    Blinks
    • Loose or poorly connected No. 2 injector
    connector
    • Open or short circuit in the No. 2 injector
    wire
    • Faulty No. 2 injector
    • Engine operates below 3,000
    rpm

    14
    Blinks
    • Loose or poorly connected No. 3 injector
    connector
    • Open or short circuit in the No. 3 injector
    wire
    • Faulty No. 3 injector
    • Engine operates below 3,000
    rpm

    15
    Blinks
    • Loose or poorly connected No. 4 injector
    connector
    • Open or short circuit in the No. 4 injector
    wire
    • Faulty No. 4 injector
    • Engine operates below 3,000
    rpm

    18
    Blinks
    • Loose or poorly connected cam pulse generator
    connector
    • Open or short circuit in the cam pulse generator
    wire
    • Faulty cam pulse generator
    • Engine does not start

    19
    Blinks
    • Loose or poorly connected ignition pulse
    generator connector
    • Open or short circuit in the ignition pulse
    generator wire
    • Faulty ignition pulse generator
    • Engine does not start

    25
    Blinks
    • Loose or poorly connected knock sensor
    connector
    • Open or short circuit in the knock sensor
    wire
    • Faulty knock sensor
    • Engine operates below 3,000
    rpm

    29
    Blinks
    • Loose or poorly connected IAC valve connector
    • Open or short circuit in the IAC valve wire
    • Faulty IAC valve
    • Engine stalls, hard to start,
    rough idling

    33
    Blinks
    • Faulty E2-PROM in the ECM • Engine operates normally
    • Does not hold the self-diagnostic
    data

    42
    Blinks
    • Loose or poorly connected TCP sensor
    connector
    • Open or short circuit in the TCP sensor
    wire
    • Faulty TCP sensor
    • Engine operates below 3,000
    rpm

    43
    Blinks
    • Loose or poor connection of the TCP sensor
    pressure hose
    • Faulty TCP sensor
    • Engine operates below 3,000
    rpm

    Number of
    PGM-FI MIL
    blinks
    Causes Symptoms Refer to
    page
    FUEL SYSTEM (Programmed Fuel Injection)

    44
    Blinks
    • Loose or poorly connected engine oil temperature
    sensor connector
    • Open or short circuit in the engine oil temperature
    sensor wire
    • Faulty engine oil temperature sensor
    • Hard to start at lowtemperatures
    (ECM controls using
    preset value; Engine oil temperature:
    90C/194F)
    • Engine operates below 3,000
    rpm

    45
    Blinks
    • Loose or poorly connected wastegate control
    solenoid valve connector
    • Open or short circuit in the wastegate control
    solenoid valve wire
    • Faulty wastegate control solenoid valve
    • Loose or poor connection of the wastegate
    control solenoid valve hose
    • Clogged wastegate actuator pressure
    hose
    • Faulty wastegate actuator
    • Faulty TCP sensor
    • Engine operates below 3,000
    rpm

    46
    Blinks
    • Faulty cooling system
    • Loose or poorly connected MST switch
    connector
    • Open or short circuit in the MST switch
    wire
    • Faulty MST switch
    • Engine does not start

    47
    Blinks
    • Faulty cooling system
    • Loose or poorly connected ECT sensor
    connector
    • Open or short circuit in the ECT sensor
    wire
    • Faulty ECT sensor
    • Engine operates below 3,000
    rpm when the coolant temperature
    is 85 – 95C (185 –
    203F)
    • Engine does not start when
    the coolant temperature is
    above 95C (203F)

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