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I spent an hour typing a succinct post describing the problem and what all I have done trying to track it down only to have my first post not be accepted and lost to the ether!

If this post works I will be back with the details!

  • Re: Lane A Red, Lane B Flashing Red

    by » 5 months ago


    Much abbreviated version:

    I got my newly built, 36 hour, RV-12iS ELSA out of the Paint Shop now Lane A is solid Red, Lane B Flashing Red.

    I've replaced the K&N air filter and Ambient Air Pressure/Temp sensor due to paint overspray. see pics ( thanks paint shop, not cheap) but Still getting both faults, Oil Pressure sensor fault is intermittent and AAP sensor fault is continuous.

    Does anyone know where I can get Rotax wiring diagrams/schematics and or pinouts to trace the wiring from connector to connector back to the ECU?

    I think the sudden onset of these faults is more than coincidental that they happened at first engine start out of the paint shop.


  • Re: Lane A Red, Lane B Flashing Red

    by » 5 months ago


    Photo attached

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  • Re: Lane A Red, Lane B Flashing Red

    by » 5 months ago


    Ray,

    Most of the diagrams you need are in the 912iS Installation Manual.  Also, this complete wiring diagram was posted here a while back and you may find it helpful.

     

    38566_2_912iS Full Wiring Harness.pdf (You do not have access to download this file.)

    Thank you said by: Ray McNaught

  • Re: Lane A Red, Lane B Flashing Red

    by » 5 months ago


    Ray,

    Most of the diagrams you need are in the 912iS Installation Manual.  Also, this complete wiring diagram was posted here a while back and you may find it helpful.

     

    38567_2_912iS Full Wiring Harness.pdf (You do not have access to download this file.)

    Thank you said by: Ray McNaught

  • Re: Lane A Red, Lane B Flashing Red

    by » 5 months ago


    Hi

    first you need to download the data logs to understand what’s happened. Send them tome  if you don’t understand those data.

     

    Rgds

    Kristof


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