Royal Enfield Fault Codes
This Royal Enfield manual provides the information required for normal servicing.
We have listed below a few basic checks in case your motorcycle is not functioning. If in case the problem is not rectified after these checks, it is necessary to get the motorcycle checked by a Royal Enfield Authorised Dealer / Service Center to rectify the problem and to ensure trouble free performance.
Common Royal-Enfield Problems :
|Symptom||Observations||Check for / Remedy|
|Engine does not start||
1. Ignition/Engine stop switch is in OFF position
2. Very low / No fuel in the fuel tank.
3. Lights / horn very dim
4. Electricals not working
5. Engine Cranking but not starting
Switch ON Ignition / Engine stop switch
Turn fuel tap to reserve position / Fill Fuel
Weak/Discharged battery. Replace Battery
1. Battery completely dead. Replace battery
2. Fuse Blown. Replace appropriate fuse.
Note: If fuse blows again, contact Authorised Service Center.
Spark plug Cap/wire disconnected. Reconnect.
|Engine Starts BUT shuts off immediatley||Engine shuts off as soon as throttle is closed.||Idling RPM setting in Carburetor is disturbed. Reset the
Idling RPM screw in Carburetor.
Carburetor Flooded. Shut off fuel tap, gently tap Carburetor bottom and reopen fuel tap. Check if flooding has stopped
|Engine Misfires & Runs Erratically / Stops||1. Typically happens after a Refill / Adulterated /
Water in Fuel
2. Motorcycle driven in Low gear / High RPM / Crowded places for long time.
|Drain out entire fuel and Refill with fresh fuel from a reputed
Excessive Engine temperature. Switch OFF Engine and allow to cool down.
|Poor Pickup||Engine RPM raises improportinately to motorcycle speed
Rear Chain excessively loose causing chain to slip on Sprocket.
|Clutch is Slipping. Check for sticky clutch/ clutch not having
any free play.
Adjust Rear chain to correct tension.
ROYAL-ENFIELD ABS (ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM) EFI TROUBLE SHOOTING CODES
|S.No.||P Codes for ABS||Components monitored and malfunction type|
|1||5043 H||Front wheel speed sensor Disconnection/ground Short/Uz Short|
|2||5042 H||Front wheel speed sensor malfunction - Plausibility|
|3||5045 H||Rear wheel speed sensor Disconnection/ground Short/Uz Short|
|4||5044 H||Rear wheel speed sensor malfunction - Plausibility|
|5||5025 H||Deviation between Wheel speeds (WSS_GENERIC)|
|6||5017 H||Front Inlet Valve malfunction (EV)|
|7||5018 H||Front Outlet Valve malfunction (AV)|
|8||5013 H||Rear Inlet Valve malfunction (EV)|
|9||5014 H||Rear Outlet Valve malfunction (AV)|
|10||5035 H||Pump Motor Malfunction|
|11||5019 H||Valve Relay malfunction (Failsafe relay)|
|12||5055 H||ECU malfunction|
|13||5052 H||Power Supply Malfunction (Low Voltage)|
|14||5053 H||Power Supply Malfunction (High Voltage)|
|15||5122 H||Varcode EEPROM ReadError|
|16||5223 H||VarCode EEPROM Out Of Range|
|17||5331 H||Front Wheel Pressure sensor ohmic fault|
|18||5332 H||Front wheel pressure sensor offset/Test Pulse/POT fault|
|19||5333 H||External Supply for Pressure sensor failure|
ROYAL-ENFIELD MIL BLINK CODES DESCRIPTION
MIL will glow continuous. Engine will start but not perform to its potential
MIL will glow continuous. Engine will NOT start but will crank
|MIL BLINK||MALFUNCATION INDICATION|
|Long 0 Short 6||Throttle position sensor Malfunction|
|Long 0 Short 9||Manifold Air Pressure sensor Malfunction|
|Long 1 Short 2||Engine oil temperature sensor Malfunction|
|Long 1 Short 3||Intake Air temperature sensor Malfunction|
|Long 1 Short 7||O2/HEGO Sensor Malfunction|
|Long 4 Short 5||O2 Sensor heater circuit Malfunction|
|Long 5 Short 4||EXAI Circuit Malfunction|
|Long 6 Short 6||Crankshaft position sensor Malfunction|
|Long 1 Short 5||Roll over sensor Malfunction|
|Long 3 Short 3||Fuel Injector Circuit Malfunction|
|Long 3 Short 7||Ignition Coil Circuit Malfunction|
|Long 4 Short 1||Fuel pump relay circuit Malfunction|
|Long 7 short 0||Vehicle/Wheel speed sensor Malfunction( only for Continental GT Model)|
ROYAL-ENFIELD DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES DESCRIPTION
|Throttle position sensor||TH||Too low input voltage||P0120|
|Throttle position sensor||TH||Too High input voltage||P0123|
|Manifold Air Pressure sensor||PM||Too low input voltage||P0107|
|Manifold Air Pressure sensor||PM||Too High input voltage||P0105|
|Engine Oil Temperature Sensor||TW||Too low input voltage||P0117|
|Engine Oil Temperature Sensor||TW||Too High input voltage||P0115|
|Intake Air Temperature Sensor||TA||Too low input voltage||P0112|
|Intake Air Temperature Sensor||TA||Too High input voltage||P0110|
|Rollover Sensor||RO||Too low input voltage||P1630|
|Rollover Sensor||RO||Too High input voltage||P1630|
|O2 Sensor||HG||Short circuit to ground or open circuit (low or open)||P0130|
|Fuel Injector||IJ1||Short circuit to ground or open circuit||P0201|
|Fuel Injector||IJ1||Short circuit to Battery||P0201|
|Ignition Coil||IG1||Short circuit to ground or open circuit||P0351|
|Ignition Coil||IG1||Short circuit to Battery||P0351|
|Fuel Pump Relay||FLR||Short circuit to ground or open circuit||P0230|
|Fuel Pump Relay||FLR||Short circuit to Battery||P0230|
|O2 sensor Heater||HR||Short circuit to ground or open circuit (low or open)||P0030|
|Vehicle / Wheel speed sensor||VSP||The Sensor circuit malfunction||P0500|
|AIR System Switching Valve "A" Circuit||EXAI||Short circuit to ground or open circuit (low or open)||P0412|
|Crankshaft position sensor||CRK||The Sensor circuit malfunction||P0335|
Royal Enfield of India is the second company to bear the name, with a transfer of license from the original Royal Enfield of England in 1968. It is famous for having the longest in-production model in the world, with the Bullet first being produced in 1901.
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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 Royal Enfield 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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