LockedCode 45 Barometric Pressure sensor question

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coot23
Mud Bogger
2009/02/15 18:07:57
My bike is showing a Code 45, can anyone tell me how tough it is to change the barometric pressure sensor?
REBELRIDER
Mud Pro
RE: Code 45 Barometric Pressure sensor question 2009/02/15 18:46:56
Very simple. Its on the boot in-between your airbox and your Throttle body. Only one bolt.  They had a problem with the harnesses going to the sensor on the 05-06 models, so check that out first.  Heres a direct replacement for more than half the cost of an OEM.
http://www.engineclick.com/map-sensor-p-100998.html?osCsid=75353eb8a226624b4e489a926b7f8cbf
coot23
Mud Bogger
RE: Code 45 Barometric Pressure sensor question 2009/02/16 11:41:31
thanks alot.. i'll check that out!!!
AjCuJo71
Mud Bogger
RE: Code 45 Barometric Pressure sensor question 2009/02/17 13:22:11
ur bike is starting tho right??
RidinDirty90
Mud Pro
RE: Code 45 Barometric Pressure sensor question 2009/02/17 13:43:52
It's most likely NOT the sensor, most of the time its the wires and plug going to it. Check them for broken wires and wires pulled out of the plug. Polaris makes a plug rebuild kit for it. 9 times out of 10 thats the problem
coot23
Mud Bogger
RE: Code 45 Barometric Pressure sensor question 2009/02/17 16:13:45
yeah my bike is cranking and running fine.  thanks i'll check my wires too.
Henn
Grass Hog
RE: Code 45 Barometric Pressure sensor question 2009/05/18 21:17:39
I have the same code, but my bike is having trouble starting, I just redid the Armature plate in the front diff, changed all my fluids, cleaned the air filter and it was running good before.  Where does the wire run that I should be checking? or is my sensor gone most likley?
 
I also have a second code of 55..
 
55  Diagnostic Lamp Open Load
55  Diagnostic Lamp Short to Ground
55  Diagnostic Lamp Short to Battery
 
any ideas?
post edited by Henn - 2009/05/18 21:21:06