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hey,,,, I have a code flashing on my dash p0635 anyone know what that means??? :confused:
 

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Found a couple post on other sites that pointed to low voltage and another said power steering.
 

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I'm going to say it's power steering problem. I have a list of codes but cant scan it in.
P0483-Fan Secondary/Left Relay Control Circuit
P0484-Fan Primary/Right Relay Control Circuit High
P0485-Fan Primary/Right Relay Control Circuit Low / SG / Open
P0500-Vehicle Speed Sensor (Gauge Direct Error Code)
P0508-Idle Air Control System Circuit Low / SG
P0509-Idle Air Control System Circuit High / Open
P0562-System Voltage Low (Battery voltage low – seems to be a common problem with Arctic Cat Batteries. Put it on charger.)
If your battery goes dead or you start getting error codes, check under the hood. The Regulator/ Rectifier has two plugs on it – make sure both are securely plugged in.
P0563-System Voltage High
P0601-ECE Memory Check-Sum Error
P0615-Starter Relay Circuit
P0616-Starter Relay Circuit Low
P0617-Starter Relay Circuit High
P0630-VIN Not Programmed or Incompatible
P0635-Power Steering Controller Circuit (Gauge Direct Error Code)
P0642-Sensor Power Circuit Low
P0643-Sensor Power Circuit High
P0856-Traction Control Circuit (Gauge Direct Error Code)
P2300-Rear Ignition Coil Primary Circuit Low / SG / Open
P2301-Rear Ignition Coil Primary Circuit High
P2303-Front Ignition Coil Primary Circuit Low / SG / Open
P2304-Front Ignition Coil Primary Circuit High
P2531-Ignition Switch Circuit Low
P2532-Ignition Switch Circuit High


 

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I have had P0635 come up on mine quite a bit ever since it was new. It is def a low voltage to the power steering. I have also heard that a/c is some what bad about putting week batteries in the units they sell. Because the units sit for so long before they are sold!
 

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im in the gararge idling playing with the heater ,and I have the battery tender on it,,,,should that make a difference??
 

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Battery tender is only a trickle charger, fan motors draw some serious power, go for a bigger charger if you have one. I accidentally set the same code on my buddies new 4-wheeler when I just moved the handle bar with the key on and not starting it. I hear they will set the code if you don't hold your mouth the right way..
 

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Battery tender is only a trickle charger, fan motors draw some serious power, go for a bigger charger if you have one. I accidentally set the same code on my buddies new 4-wheeler when I just moved the handle bar with the key on and not starting it. I hear they will set the code if you don't hold your mouth the right way..
Yep Diesel I have heard the same thing,the service tech at A/C said don't touch the wheel until its running.
 

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I'm going to say it's power steering problem. I have a list of codes but cant scan it in.
P0483-Fan Secondary/Left Relay Control Circuit
P0484-Fan Primary/Right Relay Control Circuit High
P0485-Fan Primary/Right Relay Control Circuit Low / SG / Open
P0500-Vehicle Speed Sensor (Gauge Direct Error Code)
P0508-Idle Air Control System Circuit Low / SG
P0509-Idle Air Control System Circuit High / Open
P0562-System Voltage Low (Battery voltage low – seems to be a common problem with Arctic Cat Batteries. Put it on charger.)
If your battery goes dead or you start getting error codes, check under the hood. The Regulator/ Rectifier has two plugs on it – make sure both are securely plugged in.
P0563-System Voltage High
P0601-ECE Memory Check-Sum Error
P0615-Starter Relay Circuit
P0616-Starter Relay Circuit Low
P0617-Starter Relay Circuit High
P0630-VIN Not Programmed or Incompatible
P0635-Power Steering Controller Circuit (Gauge Direct Error Code)
P0642-Sensor Power Circuit Low
P0643-Sensor Power Circuit High
P0856-Traction Control Circuit (Gauge Direct Error Code)
P2300-Rear Ignition Coil Primary Circuit Low / SG / Open
P2301-Rear Ignition Coil Primary Circuit High
P2303-Front Ignition Coil Primary Circuit Low / SG / Open
P2304-Front Ignition Coil Primary Circuit High
P2531-Ignition Switch Circuit Low
P2532-Ignition Switch Circuit High


Great information Rob...............:):)
 

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I'm going to say it's power steering problem. I have a list of codes but cant scan it in.
P0483-Fan Secondary/Left Relay Control Circuit
P0484-Fan Primary/Right Relay Control Circuit High
P0485-Fan Primary/Right Relay Control Circuit Low / SG / Open
P0500-Vehicle Speed Sensor (Gauge Direct Error Code)
P0508-Idle Air Control System Circuit Low / SG
P0509-Idle Air Control System Circuit High / Open
P0562-System Voltage Low (Battery voltage low – seems to be a common problem with Arctic Cat Batteries. Put it on charger.)
If your battery goes dead or you start getting error codes, check under the hood. The Regulator/ Rectifier has two plugs on it – make sure both are securely plugged in.
P0563-System Voltage High
P0601-ECE Memory Check-Sum Error
P0615-Starter Relay Circuit
P0616-Starter Relay Circuit Low
P0617-Starter Relay Circuit High
P0630-VIN Not Programmed or Incompatible
P0635-Power Steering Controller Circuit (Gauge Direct Error Code)
P0642-Sensor Power Circuit Low
P0643-Sensor Power Circuit High
P0856-Traction Control Circuit (Gauge Direct Error Code)
P2300-Rear Ignition Coil Primary Circuit Low / SG / Open
P2301-Rear Ignition Coil Primary Circuit High
P2303-Front Ignition Coil Primary Circuit Low / SG / Open
P2304-Front Ignition Coil Primary Circuit High
P2531-Ignition Switch Circuit Low
P2532-Ignition Switch Circuit High


Brian I just called A/C dealer Rob and diesel and chaz are right low voltage to power steering. Just dont touch the wheel again......LOL:)
 

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I think there is a recall or update for it. They talk a lot about it on the wc forum. Could even be a reflash of ecu. Poor grounding comes to mined as well.
 

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I think there is a recall or update for it. They talk a lot about it on the wc forum. Could even be a reflash of ecu. Poor grounding comes to mined as well.
Good Idea Rob on the grounding,unless they changed the new ones mine was only grounded to the clutch cover,and my gauges even flickered,I run a ground wire to the frame and it fixed the problem,BipolarJim told me to that.:)
 

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Never to many grounding points! I added several, one under the hood, one under the dash, and several on the frame near the engine. Both of my batteries are grounded to the frame on 1/4" studs. But I seem to overkill everything I do!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!LOL
 
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