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Hey guys i bought my maverick this past saturday and went out for an hour on sunday. Then today after riding it for another hour my check engine started blinking and i was put into limp home mode... I checked the codes and found i was throwing P0107 and P0113. has anybody had issues with these codes and is it an easy fix? if i can avoid driving all the way to the dealer for an easy fix i will. Thank You.
 

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we havnt really seen to much for codes around here, call the dealer and tell them and they will tell ya , and let us know what they say
 

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no prob


here are sum codes not sure if there the same for ur machine to

P0106 Air pressure sensor voltage out of range.
P0107 Air pressure sensor voltage too low.
P0108 Air pressure sensor voltage too high.
P0111 Air temperature sensor functional problem.
P0112 Air temperature sensor voltage too low.
P0113 Air temperature sensor voltage too high.
P0116 Engine temperature sensor functional problem.
P0117 Engine temperature sensor voltage too low.
P0118 Engine temperature sensor voltage too high.
P0122 Throttle position sensor voltage too low.
P0123 Throttle position sensor voltage too high
P0231 Fuel pump open circuit or shorted to ground.
P0232 Fuel pump shorted to battery.
P0261 Cylinder #1 injector open circuit or shorted to ground.
P0262 Cylinder #1 injector shorted to battery.
P0264 Cylinder #2 injector open circuit or shorted to ground.
P0265 Cylinder #2 injector shorted to battery.
P0336 High engine RPM detected.
P0337 No cranshaft signal detected.
P0339 Cranshaft signal fault.
P0334 Cam phase sensor signal missing.
P0351 No ignition output stage Cylinder #1.
P0352 No ignition output stage Cylinder #2.
P0480 Engine fan short-circuit to battery.
P0480 Engine fan short-circuit to ground or open.
P0505 Idle air control valve output stage cutoff memory difference.
P0505 Idle air control valve output stage fault.
P0513 Incorrect DESS key.
P0520 Oil pressure switch functional problem.
P0562 Battery voltage too low.
P0563 Battery voltage too high.
P0600 CAN bus off.
P0600 CAN ID 514 missing.
P0601 Throttle position sensor adaptation failure.
P0601 Module call monitoring.
P0602 ECM not coded.
P0604 RAM fault.
P0605 EEPROM fault.
P0605 EEPROM checksum fault.
P0605 Coding ID checksum fault.
P0605 Coding checksum fault.
P0605 Programming checksum fault.
P0608 Sensor's power supply voltage too low.
P0608 Sensor's power supply voltage too high.
P0616 Starter relay open circuit or shorted to ground.
P0617 Starter relay shorted to battery.
P0705 Transmission range sensor circuit malfunction (PRNHL).
P1102 Throttle position sensor adaptation failure.
P1104 Throttle position sensor adaptation failure.
P1116 High temp.
P1148 Saftey fuel cut off detected.
P1202 Oil pressure switch still closed.
P1203 Oil pressure switch leakage.
P1520 Low oil.
P1655 DESS line shorted to battery.
P1656 DESS line shorted to ground.
P1675 Relay 2 shorted to battery.
P1676 Relay 2 open circuit or shorted to ground.
P1683 CAN RAM fault.
P2119 ECU wrong.
 
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(P-Ccode) P0107 (Module) ECM (Description) Manifold Air Pressure Sensor voltage too Low (Cause) Damaged sensor, damaged circuit wires, damaged connector or damaged ECM pins, ECM voltage supply Low (Action) Make sure sensor connector is fully inserted. Measure voltage between harness connector pins 1 and 4 . (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts) Measure resistance from connector: ECMA-H3 to MAPTS-2 (Expected value: < 2 ohms) Measure resistance from connector: ECMA-G4 to MAPTS-3 (Expected value: < 2 ohms) Measure resistance from connector: ECMA-H2 to MAPTS-1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms) Measure resistance from connector: ECMA-B4 to MAPTS-4 (Expected value: < 2 ohms) tmr2013-025

(P-Ccode) P0113 (Module) ECM (Description) Intake Air Temperature Sensor 1 circuit High (Cause) Damaged sensor, wires shorted to battery +, ECM voltage supply too High. (Action) Make sure sensor connector is fully inserted. Measure voltage between harness connector pins 1 and 4 . (Expected value: 4.8 to 5.1 volts) Measure resistance from connector: ECMA-H4 to ATS-1 (Expected value: < 2 ohms) Measure resistance from connector: ECMA-J4 to ATS-2 (Expected value: < 2 ohms) 4 tmr2013-

Reseat the MAPTS (Manifold Air Pressure/Temperature Sensor) highlighted in blue on the picture below…

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Well I called my dealer and they said bring it in and they can have it back to me by next week which isn't too bad. I'm thinking about putting the new clutch bolts on there too since I've been reading about a lot of these things blowing the dang clutch out, which I've got to admit I'm not to happy to read about buy there's nothing I can do at this point besides fix the problem. I have nt had a chance to check the plug that HEAVYSLEDZ told me to check. Does anybody have a how to on the easiest way to get to the motor?
 

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I may be wrong but I believe that piece is under your dash cluster were your switches are at for sport mode and such. Not sure if its same place on a max.

Hope that helped,
Nathan
 

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just remove all of the push pins and torx screws on the top section of the center console and the connector will be directly on top of the Intake plenum...


Max center console.jpg
 

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I may be wrong but I believe that piece is under your dash cluster were your switches are at for sport mode and such. Not sure if its same place on a max.

Hope that helped,
Nathan

On a 2 seater you are correct. On the Max it is between the seats under the center console....
 

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Hey guys i bought my maverick this past saturday and went out for an hour on sunday. Then today after riding it for another hour my check engine started blinking and i was put into limp home mode... I checked the codes and found i was throwing P0107 and P0113. has anybody had issues with these codes and is it an easy fix? if i can avoid driving all the way to the dealer for an easy fix i will. Thank You.
Yeah but I want to know how you like it? besides the codes popping up of course.
 

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I Effin loved every second of it!!! Even fully loaded (4 riders) it rides so smooth, big whoops small whoops, EVERYTHING
 

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so i looked under the driver dash and this big white plug was unplugged. can anyone look under and check to see if this plug is plugged or unplugged on your rigs? thanks..!!!!! I plugged it in by the way and still a check engine light.. Limp Home Mode
 

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no prob


here are sum codes not sure if there the same for ur machine to

P0106 Air pressure sensor voltage out of range.
P0107 Air pressure sensor voltage too low.
P0108 Air pressure sensor voltage too high.
P0111 Air temperature sensor functional problem.
P0112 Air temperature sensor voltage too low.
P0113 Air temperature sensor voltage too high.
P0116 Engine temperature sensor functional problem.
P0117 Engine temperature sensor voltage too low.
P0118 Engine temperature sensor voltage too high.
P0122 Throttle position sensor voltage too low.
P0123 Throttle position sensor voltage too high
P0231 Fuel pump open circuit or shorted to ground.
P0232 Fuel pump shorted to battery.
P0261 Cylinder #1 injector open circuit or shorted to ground.
P0262 Cylinder #1 injector shorted to battery.
P0264 Cylinder #2 injector open circuit or shorted to ground.
P0265 Cylinder #2 injector shorted to battery.
P0336 High engine RPM detected.
P0337 No cranshaft signal detected.
P0339 Cranshaft signal fault.
P0334 Cam phase sensor signal missing.
P0351 No ignition output stage Cylinder #1.
P0352 No ignition output stage Cylinder #2.
P0480 Engine fan short-circuit to battery.
P0480 Engine fan short-circuit to ground or open.
P0505 Idle air control valve output stage cutoff memory difference.
P0505 Idle air control valve output stage fault.
P0513 Incorrect DESS key.
P0520 Oil pressure switch functional problem.
P0562 Battery voltage too low.
P0563 Battery voltage too high.
P0600 CAN bus off.
P0600 CAN ID 514 missing.
P0601 Throttle position sensor adaptation failure.
P0601 Module call monitoring.
P0602 ECM not coded.
P0604 RAM fault.
P0605 EEPROM fault.
P0605 EEPROM checksum fault.
P0605 Coding ID checksum fault.
P0605 Coding checksum fault.
P0605 Programming checksum fault.
P0608 Sensor's power supply voltage too low.
P0608 Sensor's power supply voltage too high.
P0616 Starter relay open circuit or shorted to ground.
P0617 Starter relay shorted to battery.
P0705 Transmission range sensor circuit malfunction (PRNHL).
P1102 Throttle position sensor adaptation failure.
P1104 Throttle position sensor adaptation failure.
P1116 High temp.
P1148 Saftey fuel cut off detected.
P1202 Oil pressure switch still closed.
P1203 Oil pressure switch leakage.
P1520 Low oil.
P1655 DESS line shorted to battery.
P1656 DESS line shorted to ground.
P1675 Relay 2 shorted to battery.
P1676 Relay 2 open circuit or shorted to ground.
P1683 CAN RAM fault.
P2119 ECU wrong.
Do you know how to reset the computer Benzo???
 

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Should be in the manual. There are some steps to reset by pushing the brake and the overide switch a bunch of times I believe. Not sure but I read it in the manual.
 

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Do you know how to reset the computer Benzo???
I'm telling ya, Reseat the MAPTS connector. Both codes are related to that sensor/connector.
 

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did u figure out how to reset or when u plugged sensor in the light went off?
 

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I had the battery unplugged the whole time. So by the time I plugged it in and disassembled and assembled everything, the light was off. Not sure if that reset the ecu or not but I'm just glad it's off.
 

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Found the sensor. Plugged it in. Bada bing bada boom. Thank you heavy sledz!!!! Thanks to everyone else as well
Awesome! Glad you got it fixed and I was able to help point you in the right direction.
 
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