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    Vts getting stock at down position!!!! Help

    This damn thing is driving me crazy!! What could be causing the vts to get stock at the down position? To unlock it i have to run a wire straight to the battery, once is unlocked it works fine but if i drop it all the way down trows a code and get stock!! damn thing!!


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    are we suppose to guess the code or the ski?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    are we suppose to guess the code or the ski?
    2009 RXT-X
    code : P 1692

    when i manage to unlocked the code goes away!!

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    Don't trim all the way down..... any more questions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyRXP View Post
    Don't trim all the way down..... any more questions?
    Daddy your killing me!!!! LOL What is causing it??

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    P1692 - VTS control down circuit open circuit or shorted to ground

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    Nothin' better than Doo'in it! BigDaddyRXP's Avatar
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    The VTS module in your ski has two internal (non-replaceable) sensors that monitor the full up, and down positions. It sounds like your full down sensor has failed, and the motor is driving your VTS shaft - nozzle into a bind. Unfortunately..... the up - down relays, and travel sensors are part of the VTS module. So...... time for a new module, or just don't trim all the way down

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyRXP View Post
    The VTS module in your ski has two internal (non-replaceable) sensors that monitor the full up, and down positions. It sounds like your full down sensor has failed, and the motor is driving your VTS shaft - nozzle into a bind. Unfortunately..... the up - down relays, and travel sensors are part of the VTS module. So...... time for a new module, or just don't trim all the way down
    You see i knew you could do it!! THANKS

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