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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 05-31-2015, 08:37 PM Thread Starter
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P0116 error code on 2014 hdx 700

While riding this weekend the p0116 code popped up. The electronic cooling fan was on when I stopped to check.

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Not sure! But I think it is low voltage related. Seems like the Power Steering models show this code. Did you reset the code?

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I researched it a little last night and it says it is temperature related. Either it was running hot or the sensor is bad. I wonder if anyone else has had this problem?

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Good to know on the code! I have a 2009 model, and there was no such code on mine. Either the sensor, low on coolant, or system has air in it. I have to burp mine anytime I refill the coolant. I try and tighten the coolant line clamps every month or so, they do loose up, and create small drips. Outside of this, how do you like the HDX?

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very familiar with that code. Every time fuse blows code po116 comes up as it is overheating.Apparently according to one mechanic the wiring harness is faulty but ac won't change it.

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very familiar with that code. Every time fuse blows code po116 comes up as it is overheating.Apparently according to one mechanic the wiring harness is faulty but ac won't change it.
Does it blow the fuse to the fan?

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Good to know on the code! I have a 2009 model, and there was no such code on mine. Either the sensor, low on coolant, or system has air in it. I have to burp mine anytime I refill the coolant. I try and tighten the coolant line clamps every month or so, they do loose up, and create small drips. Outside of this, how do you like the HDX?
I believe I found the culprit. The radiator was clogged with mud and dirt. Took a hose to it and washed out all the fins. The mud was real soupy and my son hut some holes pretty good sending that mess up and over the hood. Kids!

Seems to work now. Electronic fan kicks on at 185 degrees. Other than this slight hiccup, the hdx is great. Really want to snorkel it and put larger tires.

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Mud doe's seem to attract the younger crowd! I snorkeled mine, but I did it to get the air intakes up out of the dirt where AC had them! I used 2" PVC, and "Fernco" clamps. Kits are available, but compared to doing it yourself, they are pricey! Be careful with bigger tires, 28" tires are about the max you can go without a lift kit. Also bigger tires may hurt performance unless you change your clutch rollers. I use a EPI Clutch kit in mine with good results. They recommend 2 gram lighter rollers for bigger tires. There is a section in frequently asked questions that outlines clutch service. Good luck on your ride!

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Mud doe's seem to attract the younger crowd! I snorkeled mine, but I did it to get the air intakes up out of the dirt where AC had them! I used 2" PVC, and "Fernco" clamps. Kits are available, but compared to doing it yourself, they are pricey! Be careful with bigger tires, 28" tires are about the max you can go without a lift kit. Also bigger tires may hurt performance unless you change your clutch rollers. I use a EPI Clutch kit in mine with good results. They recommend 2 gram lighter rollers for bigger tires. There is a section in frequently asked questions that outlines clutch service. Good luck on your ride!


Thanks for the information on snorkeling. I really want to do this because of the water levels we sometimes have to go through when riding. No creek crossing or anything just rain accumulation. I was wondering on the tires and the size. I thought about going with a lift but wasn't sure who to go through. Waiting on my stock tires to wear out before buying new ones. Snorkel and winch is next.

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Thanks for the information on snorkeling. I really want to do this because of the water levels we sometimes have to go through when riding. No creek crossing or anything just rain accumulation. I was wondering on the tires and the size. I thought about going with a lift but wasn't sure who to go through. Waiting on my stock tires to wear out before buying new ones. Snorkel and winch is next.
I believe you can put 28'' tires on it,probably 30'' with a lift,i put a 2'' high lifter lift on mine

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