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Diagnostics Mode

The WR has a fantastic little diagnostics mode built right in to the cluster. Below are the steps to enter the diagnostics mode, and an explanation of what each of the options.

How to Enter Diagnostics Mode

  1. Ensure the killswitch is set to OFF
  2. Press and hold the ‘RESET’ and ‘SELECT1’ buttons
  3. Turn on the ignition key
  4. Hold both buttons for 8 seconds until display changes to ‘Diag’
  5. Press both buttons again and hold for another 3 seconds until display changes to ‘D01’
  6. Cycle though the menu using ‘SELECT1’ and ‘SELECT2’

Note: For options 30-53 set kill switch to run then back to off to actuate diagnostics.

  • 01 Throttle Angle: Fully closed position 15-19, Fully opened position 95–100
  • 03 Pressure Difference: Displays the intake air pressure (Atmospheric Pressure minus Intake Pressure)
  • 05 Intake Air Temperature: Displays the intake air temperature
  • 06 Coolant Temperature: Displays the coolant temperature
  • 07 Vehicle Speed Pulse: 0–999
  • 08 Lean Angle Sensor: Upright 0.4–1.4v, Overturned 3.7–4.4v
  • 09 Fuel System Voltage: Approximately 12.0v
  • 20 Sidestand Switch: Stand up ON, Stand down OFF (with the transmission in gear)
  • 21 Neutral Switch: Neutral ON, In gear OFF
  • 30 Ignition Coil: Actuates the ignition coil once every second 5 times
  • 36 Injector: Actuates the injector once every second 5 times
  • 48 Air Induction Solenoid (AIS): Actuates the air inducton system solenoid once every second 5 times
  • 49 Intake Solenoid: Actuates the intake solenoid with the engine running once every second 5 times
  • 50 Fuel Injection System Relay: Actuates the fuel injection system relay once every second 5 times
  • 51 Radiator Fan Motor Relay: Actuates the radiator fan motor relay once every second 5 times
  • 52 Headlight Relay: Actuates the headlight relay once every five-seconds 5 times
  • 53 EXUP Servo Motor: Turn the servo motor once in the open direction and then in the close direction
  • 60 EEPROM Fault Code Display: No fault 00, History exists 04
  • 61 Malfunction History Code Display: No history 00, History exists cycles through the list of stored errors
  • 62 Malfunction History Code Erasure: No history 00, History exists shows number of stored errors
  • 63 Repeated Display of Trouble Code: No malfunction code 0, Malfunction code exists 24
  • 70 Control Number: 00–255

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