Ducati 996 Fault Codes

Ducati 996 motorcycles have engines, which are made up of many different parts. These parts must work together in order for the engine to function. A problem with one of the parts can make the engine not run. There are many different parts that make up an engine. The following ducati 996 faults are the list of some of the parts of a motorcycle engine.

To fix the issue of fault codes, you’ll need to disconnect the battery cable. This will ensure that you don’t get shocked while handling the terminals. Next, you will want to clean them with a soft brush and water to get rid of the corrosion. Once Ducati 996 is cleaned properly, you can put them back on the terminal and reattach the cable.

Ducati 996 Faults :

The warning light comes on when one of the various sensors has detected an abnormal condition in the Ducati 996 engine's performance. For example, if the oil pressure drops below a certain threshold or if the air/fuel ratio rises beyond a certain point, then this would cause an immediate alert from your vehicle's engine management system.

Error indication

The instrument panel manages error warnings in order to allow the rider to identify any abnormal vehicle behaviour in real time. Upon Key-On, if there are errors the instrument panel displays the indication of the present errors and turns on the EOBD light. During vehicle normal operation, any time an error warning is activated, the instrument panel automatically displays the error indication and turns on the EOBD light. When an error is triggered, the indication remains well visible for 5 seconds ('large' icon) then becomes smaller ('small' icon). If several errors are present, the corresponding icons will be displayed one after the other and every one will stay on for 3 seconds. When an errors triggered the EOBD light turns on as well.

Ducati Displayed Errors :

Displayed errorDescription
UNKNOWN DEVICEControl unit not acknowledged by the system - wrong SW
ABSABS control unit faulty communication / operation
BBSBBS control unit faulty communication / operation
BBS control unit general malfunction
Exhaust valve motor malfunction
DSBDSB control unit faulty communication / operation
E-LOCKE-Lock control unit faulty communication / operation
E-Lock control unit general malfunction
(Immobilizer) key-antenna malfunction
ENGINEECU control unit faulty communication / operation
ECU control unit general malfunction
Throttle position sensor malfunction
Throttle grip position sensor malfunction
Throttle motor or relay malfunction
Pressure sensor malfunction
Engine coolant temperature sensor malfunction
Intake duct air temperature sensor malfunction
Injection relay malfunction
Ignition coil malfunction
Injector malfunction
Engine rpm sensor malfunction
Lambda sensor or Lambda sensor heater malfunction
Vehicle starting relay malfunction
Quick shift device switch malfunction
Secondary air sensor malfunction
GEAR SENSORGear sensor malfunction
FUEL SENSORReserve NTC sensor malfunction
SPEED SENSORFront and/or rear speed sensor malfunction
BATTERYBattery voltage too high or too low
STOP LIGHTStop light not working
FANElectric cooling fan malfunction
SIDE STANDSide stand sensor malfunction

DUCATI Motorcycle Error Codes DTC list

1.1TPS disconnected
1.2TPS short circuit to earth
2.1pressure sensor short circuit to power supply
2.2pressure sensor shorted to earth
3.1water temperature sensor shorted to power supply
3.2water temperature sensor shorted to earth
4.1air temperature sensor shorted to power supply
4.2air temperature sensor shorted to earth
5.1battery hi
5.2battery low
10.1horizontal coil shorted to power supply
10.2horizontal coil shorted to earth
11.1vertical coil shorted to power supply
11.2vertical coil shorted to earth
12.1injection 1 shorted to power supply
12.2injection 1 shorted to earth
13.1injection 2 shorted to power supply
13.2injection 2 shorted to earth
14.1injection 3 shorted to to power supply
14.2injection 3 shorted to earth
15.1injection 4 shorted to power supply
15.2injection 4 shorted to earth
16.0pump relay
17.1LH fan shorted to power supply
17.2LH fan shorted to earth
18.1RH fan shorted to power supply
18.2RH fan shorted to earth
19.1starter solenoid shorted to power supply
19.2starter solenoid shorted to earth
30.0ROM / EEprom fault
34.0signal panel sensor
36.0speed sensor
37.0immobilizer (transponder)
37.1immobilizer (antenna)
37.2immobilizer (instrument panel serial driver)
37.3immobilizer (serial cable disconnected)
37.4immobilizer (com serial drive)
37.5immobilizer (key not recognised)
37.6can line fault

Ducati 996 Motorcycle Problems :

  • Ducati 996 after fire
  • Ducati 996 air cleaner clogged, poorly sealed, or missing
  • Ducati 996 air cleaner element clogged
  • Ducati 996 air duct loose
  • Ducati 996 air suction valve trouble
  • Ducati 996 air switching valve trouble
  • Ducati 996 backfiring when deceleration
  • Ducati 996 cracked or obstructed intake air pressure sensor
  • Ducati 996 crankshaft sensor trouble
  • Ducati 996 eCU ground and power supply trouble
  • Ducati 996 eCU trouble
  • Ducati 996 engine overheating - Water temperature sensor or crankshaft sensor trouble
  • Ducati 996 engine stalls easily
  • Ducati 996 engine vacuum not synchronizing
  • Ducati 996 exhaust Smokes Excessively
  • Ducati 996 firing incorrect
  • Ducati 996 fuel filter clogged
  • Ducati 996 fuel injector clogged
  • Ducati 996 fuel injector O-ring damage
  • Ducati 996 fuel injector trouble
  • Ducati 996 fuel line clogged
  • Ducati 996 fuel poor quality or incorrect
  • Ducati 996 fuel pressure regulator trouble
  • Ducati 996 fuel pressure too low or too high
  • Ducati 996 fuel pump bearings may wear. Replace the fuel pump
  • Ducati 996 fuel pump not operating
  • Ducati 996 fuel pump operates intermittently and often DFI fuse blows
  • Ducati 996 fuel pump relay trouble
  • Ducati 996 fuel pump trouble
  • Ducati 996 fuel/air mixture incorrect
  • Ducati 996 fuel/air mixture incorrect
  • Ducati 996 gear position sensor, starter lockout or side stand switch trouble
  • Ducati 996 inspect and repair or replace
  • Ducati 996 intake air pressure sensor trouble
  • Ducati 996 intake air temperature sensor trouble
  • Ducati 996 intake air temperature sensor trouble
  • Ducati 996 intermittent any DFI fault and its recovery
  • Ducati 996 little fuel in tank
  • Ducati 996 main throttle sensor trouble
  • Ducati 996 no or little fuel in tank
  • Ducati 996 poor acceleration
  • Ducati 996 spark plug burned or gap maladjusted
  • Ducati 996 spark plug dirty, broken or gap maladjusted
  • Ducati 996 spark plug incorrect
  • Ducati 996 spark weak
  • Ducati 996 stick coil shorted or not in good contact
  • Ducati 996 stick coil trouble
  • Ducati 996 subthrottle sensor trouble
  • Ducati 996 subthrottle valve actuator trouble
  • Ducati 996 throttle body assy dust seal damage
  • Ducati 996 throttle body assy holder loose
  • Ducati 996 throttle valves will not fully open
  • Ducati 996 unstable (rough) idling
  • Ducati 996 unstable fuel pressure
  • Ducati 996 vacuum hose
  • Ducati 996 vehicle-down sensor trouble
  • Ducati 996 water or foreign matter in fuel Change fuel
  • Ducati 996 water temperature sensor trouble

Fault problems that can occur with yourDucati 996motorcycle engine is a blown head gasket. This can cause your engine to overheat and possibly crack the cylinder heads. In this case, it is best to take your Ducati 996 motorcycle to a professional mechanic to have it checked out. Another common problem is with the carburetor. The carburetor is the part of your motorcycle that mixes air and fuel to create the combustion needed to power the engine.

Possible Failure Types :

  • Strange Ducati 996 engine noise.
  • Ducati 996 fog from engine.
  • Strange Ducati 996 engine noise.
  • Ducati 996 Vibrations and Rattling
  • Ducati 996 Loud Acceleration
  • Ducati 996 rusty exhaust
  • Ducati 996 blockages in exhaust pipe
  • Ducati 996 wear and tear exhaust
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Ducati Motorcycles was formed in 1953, when the Ducati company split into Ducati Elettronica and Ducati Meccanica SpA. They are well known for their powerful, large L-2 and L-4 engines known as Desmodromic engines. These engines have been used by Ducati for nearly 50 years.

Check other Ducati fault codes.

Common abbreviations and their meanings below:

ABS: Anti-Lock Braking System
ACR: Automatic Compression Release
AFR: Air Fuel Ratio
AIS: Active Intake Solenoid
ATS: Air Temperature Sensor
BAS: Bank Angle Sensor
BCM: Body Control Module
CAN: Controller Area Network
CCM: Cruise Control Module
CKP: Crank Position Sensor
DLC: Datalink Connector
DTC: Diagnostic Trouble Codes
ECM: Electronic Control Module
ECT: Engine Coolant Temperature
ECU: Electronic Control Unit
EFI: Electronic Fuel Injection
EFP: Electronic Fuel Pump
ET: Engine Temperature sensor
FI: Fuel Injectors
FPR: Fuel Pressure Regulator
H-DSSS: Harley-Davidson® Smart Security System
HCU: Hydraulic Control Unit, ABS
HFSM: Hands Free Security Module
HO2S: Heated Oxygen Sensor
IAC: Idle Air Control actuator
IAT: Intake Air Temperature sensor
ICM: Ignition Control Module
IMAP: MAP + IAT in one unit
ISS: Ion Sensing System
JSS: Jiffy Stand Sensor
LHCM: Left Hand Control Module
MAP: Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor
MHR: Right Hand Control Module
RCM: Reverse Control Module
TCA: Throttle Control Actuator
TGS: Twist Grip Sensor
TMAP: Intake Air Temperature / Manifold Absolute Pressure equipment
TPS: Throttle Position Sensor
TSM / TSSM: (Turn Signal / Turn Signal Security Module)
VE: Volume Efficiency
VIN: Vehicle Identification Number
VSS: Vehicle Speed Sensor
WSS: Wheel Speed Sensor

These abbreviations, and the accompanying list of trouble codes, can be a great start when your Ducati check engine light comes on. As mentioned above, if you are not comfortable with electrical diagnostic work, a dealership or qualified technician can offer assistance. Please keep in mind that even though you have the ability to clear a DTC using the onboard diagnostic feature, you shouldn't clear the code prior to your service appointment. Let the technician view and clear the codes as they troubleshoot the issue.

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Motorcycle electrical systems are very complex to fix it, check with your motorcycle diagnosis tool for the fault code and start motorcycle troubleshooting process.Some bike problems require professional troubleshooting and repair. However, there are many issues that you can easily fix on your own.

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