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    Active Member Black Pig's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inflatableman View Post
    Speedster; Any update? Having the same issues and the dealer is calling for replacing DPS.

    ​When I reset (shut down) the problem goes away. It is sporadic and I never know when it will occur. On my last trip, I was on the interstate for a number of miles with no problem, but on the return trip, also with a few miles on the interstate, it showed up again. Even though the check engine light comes on and the message appears, there is no change in the handling; It does not appear to be affecting the power steering so it seems like a bogus message. Still, I don't think it's a problem that I should ignore. Thanks for the post!
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    If it's under warranty, I would just get it replaced, if not, wait until total failure and keep an eye out for one on the bay.

    Can't believe how crap the f3 is. Shame on BRP .

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    This is what mine does sometimes after start up, and its brand new.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/MY49ks4wEPZRVTPX9

    2018 RT Limited
    Last edited by bluewoo; 09-10-2018 at 05:57 PM.

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    Your picture shows the ignition switch is in the Off position yet you say it's right after start up. What am I missing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayBros View Post
    Your picture shows the ignition switch is in the Off position yet you say it's right after start up. What am I missing?
    It is a video

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