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  1. #11
    Ok thanks. So what’s your thoughts on the active TAS code and I swapped out the IBR sensor and nothing changed?

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    All I can say is when my TAS failed, I could start the engine and it would idle but I could not rev it up. When I swapped the Brake sensor with it it would rev up, verifying the TAS was bad. Sounds like you have got several other issues going on. Corrosion on or in electrical connectors could be shorting out causing you to chase your tail. I would pull every electrical harness out of the ski and test for continuity. The shop manual has several electrical diagrams to guide you. Ass pain for sure!

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    Change your wirig harnesses. Delt with similar issues a few times. Once they get corroded you'll get dumb problems like that all the time.

  4. #14
    One more question...
    so right now I have the IBR switch on the throttle side. Machine still won’t start, but the check engine light is gone and the IBR light is on.
    now is this telling me the TAS is faulty?
    but shouldn’t the machine still start?

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    One more question...
    so right now I have the IBR switch on the throttle side. Machine still won’t start, but the check engine light is gone and the IBR light is on.
    So is this telling me the TAS is faulty, and shouldn’t the machine still start?

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    IBR fault may be keeping it from starting.

    Have you tried moving the iBR using the override procedure listed in Owners Manual?

    You will need to put that sensor back on left side.

    Read your Owners Manual. There is a procedure to over ride the iBr to raise the gate for access. Some thing like this:

    1. wake up ski with red start button
    2. put key on post
    3. hit Mode - Settings - Ibr OVR
    4. hit set "IBR OVR - ON"
    5. Hit VTS up button several times and it will raise gate
    6. verify gate open
    7. remove key


    Make sure there are no obstructions keeping iBR from moving.

  7. #17
    Yes I have done the IBR override procedure and the code is still on.
    I ordered the TAS sensor this afternoon.
    but it’s not listed as TAS it’s just RH Throttle Sensor.
    Going out now to check my voltage on the MAP and TAS sensors.


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    Does the IBR move with override steps?

  9. #19
    So just us it on the BUDS system and we went through the trouble shooting steps for the 5V reference.
    On the B Board side of the ECU were not getting the 5V we should but we are on the A side. It’s shorted to ground.
    Looks like the ECU is toast.

    So now to DBL verify This, he has a 2015 GTR 215 we can try the ECU on mine. Part numbers are different only by the last number. What’s the difference, Does the ECU have the same program as my 2015 RXT 260?

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