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    Default Can someone point me to what the RT Nanny codes?

    Rode 650 miles with the nanny flashing Check Engine Light. Code was P170. It ran fine, just hope nothing was harmed. This was with the PCV hooked up. The only time I didn't take my tool kit, I have all the wires buttoned up so tight that I couldn't even get to the cables to unhook the PCV.
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    Might want to relook at the code. The codes are 5 digits long. I did not see a P0170 or P1700, I did see a P0107 but not sure what you have.
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    Yep my bad, it's P0172.
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    Dynojet Power Commander V, Power Commander POD-300 Display, PCV Map Switch
    Passenger Arm Rests, Windshield Air Wing
    Baja Ron's Sway Bar & Spring Adjusters
    Air Scoops, LaMonster's Hiway Pegs
    Magnetic Mirror Mounts, Air Innovations Seat Cushion
    Red Chrome pin striping on Black hood
    Federal Formoza AZ01 front tires (they're GREAT)
    Kumho Ecsta AST KU25 All-Season Tire - 225/50R15 91H
    LED bars above radiator inlets
    LED brake/running/turn signals on license plate frame
    Tag-Along trailer
    LED headlights LED fog lights (WOW)
    2" x 2" Road Lights inside front fenders
    7' x 10' Cargo trailer
    Garmin 396 LM GPS
    RLS Cat-delete resonator with China Akropovic muffler
    New AGM battery (01/24/2020) with Battery Monitor and APP
    M3 TPMS on front tires
    Remote Control for Heated Jacket and Heated Riding Pants
    Analog Clock and Analog Volt Meter
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    P0172 ECM Fuel correction reached the minimum limit, multiplicative Any reason which will cause a rich condition under load, ex: Fuel pressure too high Oil entering the intake system through the vacuum assist line Canister purge valve stuck open Inspect evap canister purge valve function. Perform EVAP Purge Valve Operational Test as described in the Fuel Tank and Fuel System section of the shop manual If purge valve is replaced perform ECM first initialization using BUDS ECM/Setting screen If ECM first initialization is performed GBPS initialization must be done as per Warranty Bulletin 2010-4 procedure Check fuel pressure regulator

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    P0172 is bank 2 running rich. The P0170 series codes all have to do with fuel-air mixture.
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    I had that code (P0172) a few years ago on my 2014 RTS. Ended up being cam timing which required fixtures from the factory to correct. Took 5 service visits before finally fixed but itís been good ever since. Before finding the cause dealer replaced numerous parts including purge valve, fuel regulator, injector, throttle body - fortunately under warranty. Good luck.

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    Trikermutha, I have to learn to type faster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandpot View Post
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    I copy and pasted from my manual

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    P0172 1.) Description.) Fuel correction reached the minimum limit, multiplicative 2.) Cause.) Any reason which will cause a rich condition under load, ex: Fuel pressure too high Oil entering the intake system through the vacuum assist line Canister purge valve stuck open. 3.) Action.) Inspect evap canister purge valve function. Perform EVAP Purge Valve Operational Test as described in the Fuel Tank and Fuel System section of the shop manual If purge valve is replaced perform ECM first initialization using BUDS ECM/Setting screen If ECM first initialization is performed GBPS initialization must be done as per Warranty Bulletin 2010-4 procedure Check fuel pressure regulator.
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    A rich fuel condition like having the PCV map set tooooo high. I received the PCV AutoTune just before this ryde. It says to replace my stock o2 sensor with the one in the kit or take the RLS resonator off and have the bung welded on. The PCV o2 sensor is a M18 x 1.5mm. Does anyone know what the stock o2 sensor threads are?
    2015 RTS SE6 Special Series Red/Black w/Magnesium front fenders(bought in Nov. 2018 w/9,400 miles)
    Dynojet Power Commander V, Power Commander POD-300 Display, PCV Map Switch
    Passenger Arm Rests, Windshield Air Wing
    Baja Ron's Sway Bar & Spring Adjusters
    Air Scoops, LaMonster's Hiway Pegs
    Magnetic Mirror Mounts, Air Innovations Seat Cushion
    Red Chrome pin striping on Black hood
    Federal Formoza AZ01 front tires (they're GREAT)
    Kumho Ecsta AST KU25 All-Season Tire - 225/50R15 91H
    LED bars above radiator inlets
    LED brake/running/turn signals on license plate frame
    Tag-Along trailer
    LED headlights LED fog lights (WOW)
    2" x 2" Road Lights inside front fenders
    7' x 10' Cargo trailer
    Garmin 396 LM GPS
    RLS Cat-delete resonator with China Akropovic muffler
    New AGM battery (01/24/2020) with Battery Monitor and APP
    M3 TPMS on front tires
    Remote Control for Heated Jacket and Heated Riding Pants
    Analog Clock and Analog Volt Meter
    Loose Nut Behind Handlebars

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