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    Error Code U0300

    Ski won't fire and this is the code it's spitting out. Wonder what this code means...maybe it means "I'm not starting".


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    Did you recently change ecus or cluster?

    I THINK it's something to do with the cluster not being married, I could be wrong

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    Means ecu is not married to cluster. Candoo can fix it. I had the same prob.

    Did you swap ecu's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpracing View Post
    Means ecu is not married to cluster. Candoo can fix it. I had the same prob.

    Did you swap ecu's?
    I did send it out for a reflash. After my ibr went awry again back in March, a dealer had to do a massive update to the ECU, which lost the original reflash. She ran after that. So I sent it back to get it reflashed again with the tune. I wonder if they sent the wrong one back...

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    Quote Originally Posted by UNSANE View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by dpracing View Post
    Means ecu is not married to cluster. Candoo can fix it. I had the same prob.

    Did you swap ecu's?
    I did send it out for a reflash. After my ibr went awry again back in March, a dealer had to do a massive update to the ECU, which lost the original reflash. She ran after that. So I sent it back to get it reflashed again with the tune. I wonder if they sent the wrong one back...
    Same thing happened to me after I sent my ecu for a reflash. I married them with my Candoo and all was fine. I would call whomever did the relflash and find out what's going on......

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpracing View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by UNSANE View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by dpracing View Post
    Means ecu is not married to cluster. Candoo can fix it. I had the same prob.

    Did you swap ecu's?
    I did send it out for a reflash. After my ibr went awry again back in March, a dealer had to do a massive update to the ECU, which lost the original reflash. She ran after that. So I sent it back to get it reflashed again with the tune. I wonder if they sent the wrong one back...
    Same thing happened to me after I sent my ecu for a reflash. I married them with my Candoo and all was fine. I would call whomever did the relflash and find out what's going on......
    We are in contact. I believe I may know someone with a Candoo close by and take the ski to him this weekend. Thanks.

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    Best to make a the tune based on the stock file that is in the ecu and not a older firmware....

    Then all would have been ok.. Or just get a maptuner..

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