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    Arrow 2002 Polaris Genesis i, how to reset EMM trouble codes?

    Hi
    I am somewhat confused by the wiring configuration to reset the codes.

    I have 2002 Polaris Genesis i with direct injection. I got the EMM repaired and new battery which I tested before I purchased.

    It is crazy what a difference a new battery will make. NO SPARK, buy a new battery.


    I have the ski running and have water tested it. It runs very smooth, does not seem to have any issues that are visible.

    I want to check and clear the check engine codes.

    My TPS (throttle positioning sensor) has a different connector than you show in the video. Maybe I have the wrong wire or connector. not sure.

    Can you help?


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    Welcome

    So your fuel injected Genesis I is running well, correct?

    You just want to read and clear any historical Service codes that may be stored in the EMM?

    The TPS is mounted on the rear end of the throttle body assembly, tucked under the back edge of the flame arrestor. On your model I expect the TPS has a pigtail lead, maybe 12 inches long. Then there should be a three pin Weatherpack connector. Is this what you have?

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    ok, so your talking about the Service port and not the actual throttle positioning sensor lead? I will take a couple photos.

    Yes, the ski is running great.

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    Here are a couple photos.
    1st is the service port (I think)
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    2nd is the connector the comes from the throttle positioning sensor located on the top side of the flywheel/stator cover
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    So, I think this is the connector I am after? The lead comes from the air intake under the air cleaner. I guess that is considered a throttle body.
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    Sorry, I normally stay away from purchasing anything with too much electrical in it and try to stay as much mechanical as possible. LOL

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    Do you think it is ok to use an car LED light tester? Rather use something I have than rigging something up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puckh3ad View Post
    So, I think this is the connector I am after? The lead comes from the air intake under the air cleaner. I guess that is considered a throttle body.
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    Sorry, I normally stay away from purchasing anything with too much electrical in it and try to stay as much mechanical as possible. LOL
    That is the three pin TPS connector.

    The future of gasoline engines is all about using electronics to control and run the engine. Just the way things are.

    Quote Originally Posted by puckh3ad View Post
    Do you think it is ok to use an car LED light tester? Rather use something I have than rigging something up.
    What sort of car LED tester?

    The simple LED code reading tool is just a low power LED that is safe with 12 volt DC voltage.

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