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    Fault Code p1615

    Hi,

    This is my first post and first real problem with my ski. I have a 2012 RXP-X 260 and recently I got a p1615 fault code and ski goes into limp mode.

    Need some guidance.


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    PCODE-P1615
    MODULE-ECM
    DESCRIPTION-Throttle Actuator - Position monitoring fault
    CAUSE-Damaged throttle actuator, damaged circuit wires, damaged connector or damaged ECM.
    ACTION-Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with B.U.D.S. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGunMan View Post
    PCODE-P1615
    MODULE-ECM
    DESCRIPTION-Throttle Actuator - Position monitoring fault
    CAUSE-Damaged throttle actuator, damaged circuit wires, damaged connector or damaged ECM.
    ACTION-Check system circuit, perform closed throttle with B.U.D.S. Replace throttle actuator, replace ECM.

    Have you had this problem before? do you have a run through for idiots on best procedure to perform these actions?

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    Very common for the Throttle Bodies on these skis to crap out.
    Had to replace mine this year. Check into this thread especially post #12 -
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...highlight=1615

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    Quote Originally Posted by XDAILY View Post
    Very common for the Throttle Bodies on these skis to crap out.
    Had to replace mine this year. Check into this thread especially post #12 -
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...highlight=1615
    Thanks we took apart the throttle body and cleaned the butterfly.

    Exchanged the throttle and brake to test.

    Reset the throttle positioning.

    No more faults being read by BUDS, when I start the ski it starts idling ok once you rev it, it revs up but doesn't come back down and wavers between 3500 and 3700.

    Ever encounter a problem like this?

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    Yep had that exact same problem. Put it in the water and it adjusted itself. Be careful though when you start it so it doesnt take off.

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    WTF just got this code today when I went to flush my ski after a hard day of riding

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    It's Working! Like Xdaily said it adjusted itself once in the water. Start was fine, took a couple of minutes to adjust but its revving up and down fine now, in and out of the water.

    I will do some more tests this week as I noticed when the boost is kicking in its not maxing out as it used to.

    It's reaching 7800 rpm where it used to reach 8000 rpm. It also hit 1600 rpm when idling, lower than it used to, but only once and for a very short period.

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