Question about Arctic Cat 2012 425i H1 EFI SE 4x4
P0337-CKP Sensor Circuit
The problem I've seen with this code is with the timing sensor. The wires that go into the sensor aren't sealed. Oil gets in there and it shorts out causing the codes P0336, P0337 and P0339 to show up on the dash. All are timing sensor codes.
Nothing to do but go to the dealer and get another stator/timing sensor installed. Heard that they have all been updated and sealed proper-like so it shouldn't happen again
Posted on Jun 05, 2014
You can fix the insolation by yourself. I have described it in the Arctic Cat forum and attached my pictures:
Posted on Feb 06, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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