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Look for the tech sheet under the top of the unit.

Posted on Dec 06, 2012

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Diagnostic Mode
The diagnostic mode is for informational purposes only. Please return your ATV to your dealer for all major repairs.
As long as the gauge is in the diagnostic mode, the wrench icon will remain lit.
To leave the diagnostic mode, turn the key switch off and on.
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1. Turn the key switch off and wait 10 seconds.
2. Set the park brake and shift the transmission to neutral.
3. Hold the mode/reverse override button and turn the key switch on.
4. Release the switch as soon as the display is activated.
The initial screen display refers to the software version installed in
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screens.

Screen 1: Battery voltage

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46 FEATURES
Instrument Cluster
Rider Information Center
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Accessing Service/Diagnostic Mode:
Pressing down the damp dry and time (-) keys
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SPECIAL TESTS
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available while in the Service Mode, which
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Press Keys Special Test/ Function
wrinkle
release Diagnostic Codes
dryer
temp(^ )
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dryer temp(v) Sequences down the
help/diagnostic code list
time (-) Displays Software Revision
Number
very dry(< ) View current cycle
temperature (Co)
start/pause
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Accessing Diagnostic Codes
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The down arrow key will sequence down the
list one each time it is pushed with no wrap.
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Key Pressed: Function Performed
sensor dry
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(sense dry LED) When short
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sensor bars the normal dry
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start/ pause
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on/off. When the motor is
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is on.
dry temp(^ )
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very dry(< ) View current cycle
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