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    Default No rydin with boys today!

    I drive a 2018 F3 base with 4500 miles, started just fine got about 5 miles from home engine light came on the frunk wasn't shut
    completely so I closed it up but the light will not go away. checked battery connections and fuses everything is good even disconnected
    the battery for a bit but as soon as you start the light comes back on WTH.
    She is making me look bad in front of all my friends.

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    How about fault code P0172? and how do I clear faults?

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    P0172 on my pre-2017 Spydercodes comes up as: ECM; System too rich Bank 1. Injection & fuel supply system. Check fuel pressure regulator.

    Not too sure if that code reading will be correct for a 2018 1330, maybe someone else can confirm? Not gonna be able to help much on what'd be causing it, either..... a vacuum hose/s maybe? Have you been working on the Spyder somewhere/anywhere lately? Is there anything like a hose or wire obviously not connected that you can see on/around the engine? Why something like this'd come up after starting & running well for a while is a bit odd, but since I've spent a whooole lot more time troubleshooting diesel engines for quite a while now, I'm largely just flailing around in the dark when it comes to Spyder engines?!

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    Well Peter it was all my fault, imagine that, I topped off the fuel tank for a long ride with the boys and fuel got into the evap canister. My local
    Can Am fellas hooked her up to the heart monitor reset the code and all is well. Do not overfill your tank.
    The F3 is a very fun machine to ride and I will keep it for a long time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry L. View Post
    Well Peter it was all my fault, imagine that, I topped off the fuel tank for a long ride with the boys and fuel got into the evap canister. My local
    Can Am fellas hooked her up to the heart monitor reset the code and all is well. Do not overfill your tank.
    The F3 is a very fun machine to ride and I will keep it for a long time.
    Faith is only faith when that is all you have left.
    Topping off tanks is Not worth the possible problems of overfilling!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry L. View Post
    Well Peter it was all my fault, imagine that, I topped off the fuel tank for a long ride with the boys and fuel got into the evap canister. My local
    Can Am fellas hooked her up to the heart monitor reset the code and all is well. Do not overfill your tank.
    The F3 is a very fun machine to ride and I will keep it for a long time.
    Faith is only faith when that is all you have left.
    From what I know of the 1330 engine and related systems….. I don't think it's possible to flood the EVAP canister …. BRP routed the tubes so it couldn't happen - UN-like on the V-twin engine …… Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLUEKNIGHT911 View Post
    BRP routed the tubes so it couldn't happen - UN-like on the V-twin engine …… Mike
    You may not be able to flood it per se but after a "spillover" event into it, there will be too much residual fuel in it still when the engine starts. It will get "purged" into the engine and trigger a "rich" condition.... Even if it is only a "temporary" condition, it just has to last long enough to trigger the event.

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