Question about 2003 Ducati 999
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Listed below are the Ducati error codes for the 999/749 series which are very handy to know...
If your stead decides to create an error and then flashes her yellow warning strobe (the EOBD light) then follow these steps....
1) Turn the ignition to 'OFF' (Whilst stationary that is.... )
2) Depress and hold the left hand instrument panel button
3) Turn the ignition to 'ON' whilst still depressing the left hand button
4) You should then see the error codes displayed
5) Make a mental note of the codes and cross reference with the following list.........
1.1 = Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) Disconnected
1.2 = Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) short circuit to earth
2.1 = Pressure Sensor short circuit to power supply
2.2 = Pressure Sensor shorted to earth
3.1 = Water Temp Sensor shorted to power supply
3.2 = Water Temp Sensor shorted to earth
4.1 = Air Temp Sensor shorted to power supply
4.2 = Air Temp Sensor Shorted to earth
5.1 = Battery Hi
5.2 = Battery Lo
10.1 = Horizontal Coil shorted to power supply
10.2 = Horizontal Coil shorted to earth
11.1 = Vertical Coil shorted to power supply
11.2 = Vertical Coil shorted to earth
12.1 = Inj1 shorted to power supply
12.2 = Inj1 shorted to earth
13.1 = Inj2 shorted to power supply
13.2 = Inj2 shorted to earth
14.1 = Inj3 shorted to to power supply
14.2 = Inj3 shorted to earth
15.1 = Inj4 shorted to powersupply
15.2 = Inj4 shorted to earth
16.0 = Pump Relay
17.1 = L/H Fan shorted to power supply
17.2 = L/H Fan shorted to earth
18.1 = R/H Fan shorted to power supply
18.2 = R/H Fan shorted to earth
19.1 = Starter Solenoid shorted to power supply
19.2 = Starter Solenoid shorted to earth
30.0 = ROM/Eprom error
34.0 = Signal Panel Sensor
36.0 = Speed sensor
37.0 = Immobiliser (transponder)
37.1 = Immobiliser (antenna)
37.2 = Immobiliser (instrument panel serial driver)
37.3 = Immobiliser (serial cable disconnected)
37.4 = Immobiliser (ccm serial drive)
37.5 = Immobiliser (key not recognised)
37.6 = Can Line error
Posted on May 20, 2014
Could be the relay itself. check this with a multimeter. also check the earths good
Posted on May 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This relay is located behind the dashboard's lower cover. It consists of two individual relays. One is energized whenever the ignition is ON , thus supplying battery voltage to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). This relay also supplies voltage to the fuel injectors, and power to the second relay. The second relay is energized for two seconds, when the engine is turned ON , to power the fuel pump.
See Figure 1
Fig. Fig. 2: PGM-FI relay terminal numbers
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