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    RXT-X 260 last ride of the season interrupted by P0122 code....

    Was planning to ride today.. temps in NJ were about 75 degrees!
    took a half day at work, went home and started prepping the ski to go out.
    I started the ski up before I hooked the trailer to the truck and the alarm buzzer was going off, motor was running rough and wouldn't rev. hooked up the computer to it and read codes to find P0122 TPS sensor short to ground.

    came on here to research some tips on troubleshooting the code and tried checking connectors.. I checked all of the usual suspects and even swapped the throttle body from a friends ski onto mine, no luck still throwing the P0122 code.
    any suggestions before I take it to the dealer tomorrow? (still under warranty, but I hate other people touching my stuff.. LOL!)


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    Try to replace the TOPS switch these can give you fault codes on the throttle circut.

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    P0122 Throttle Positin Sensor or TAS out of range - short to ground or open circuit or Voltage too Low...

    Since you already swapped out TB, I would double check all the TB connections and also harness connections up front , you can also check connections on TAS on handlebars.... You can switch the TAS from the brake to the throttle on handlebars just flip it upside down and install on throtle side and see if its the TAS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BEECHFRONT View Post
    P0122 Throttle Positin Sensor or TAS out of range - short to ground or open circuit or Voltage too Low...

    Since you already swapped out TB, I would double check all the TB connections and also harness connections up front , you can also check connections on TAS on handlebars.... You can switch the TAS from the brake to the throttle on handlebars just flip it upside down and install on throtle side and see if its the TAS.

    yup! did all of that... it only has about 28Hrs on it.
    it's at the dealer now.

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