Aprilia Shiver 750

Fault Codes

Dorsoduro – Shiver Swingarm shim

http://www.serviceaprilia.com/public…n/014-2010.pdf

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Updated factory fault codes.

Technical Documentation selection values (example) measure unit Comments

P0107
Front cylinder air pressure sensor P0107 Signal not plausible – According to the engine operation data (rpm, throttle, etc.) an average value for the intake pressure is estimated: if the value read deviates by a given percentage, this error is activated. The most frequent causes can be: abnormal resistance in the sensor circuit (for example, rusted terminals) or sensor with poor performance

P0108
Rear cylinder air pressure sensor P0108 Signal not plausible – According to the engine operation data (rpm, throttle, etc.) an average value for the intake pressure is estimated: if the value read deviates by a given percentage, this error is activated. The most frequent causes can be: abnormal resistance in the sens

P0110
Air temperature sensor P0110 short-circuit to positive / Open circuit / Short circuit to ground – If the circuit is open, short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 63 of the ENGINE connector. If short circuit to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN 63 of the ENGINE connector

P0115
Engine temperature sensor P0115 short-circuit to positive / Open circuit / Short circuit to ground – If the circuit is open, short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 45 of the ENGINE connector. If short circuit to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN 45 of the ENGINE connector

P0105
Front cylinder air pressure sensor P0105 short-circuit to positive / Open circuit / Short circuit to ground – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 34 of the VEHICLE connector. If the circuit is open, short circuit to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN 34 of the VEHICLE connector

P0106
Rear cylinder air pressure sensor P0106 short-circuit to positive / Open circuit / Short circuit to ground – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 5 of the VEHICLE connector. If the circuit is open, short circuit to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN 5 of the VEHICLE connector

P0116
Engine temperature sensor P0116 Signal not plausible – An excessive temperature variation has been detected: for example, the cause may be a contact resistance between the terminals

P0120
Front throttle position potentiometer 1 sensor P0120 short-circuit to positive / Open circuit / Short circuit to ground – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN A6 of the throttle control unit. If the circuit is open, short circuit to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN A6 of the throttle control unit

P0121
Front throttle position potentiometer 1 sensor P0121 Signal not plausible – Signal not within the expected value drawn according to the values of the intake pressure

P0122
Front throttle position potentiometer 2 sensor P0122 short-circuit to positive / Open circuit / Short circuit to ground – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN A5 of the throttle control unit. If the circuit is open, short circuit to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN A5 of the throttle control unit

P0123
Front throttle position potentiometer 2 sensor P0123 Signal not plausible – Signal not within the expected value drawn according to the values of the intake pressure

P0124
Front throttle position sensor P0124 Signal not corresponding – Potentiometer 1 and potentiometer 2 do not show a logical value: the sum of the two voltages should be constant. The cause may be a malfunction in one of the two sensors or an abnormal resistance in one of the two circuits

P0125
Rear throttle position potentiometer 1 sensor P0125 short-circuit to positive / Open circuit / Short circuit to ground – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN B6 of the throttle control unit. If the circuit is open, short circuit to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN B6 of the throttle control unit

P0126
Rear throttle position potentiometer 1 sensor P0126 Signal not plausible – Signal not within the expected value drawn according to the values of the intake pressure

P0127
Rear throttle position potentiometer 2 sensor P0127 short-circuit to positive / Open circuit / Short circuit to ground – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN B5 of the throttle control unit. If the circuit is open, short circuit to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN B5 of the throttle control unit

P0128
Rear throttle position potentiometer 2 sensor P0128 Signal not plausible – Signal not within the expected value drawn according to the values of the intake pressure

P0129
Rear cylinder air pressure sensor P0129 Signal not corresponding – Potentiometer 1 and potentiometer 2 do not show a logical value: the sum of the two voltages should be constant. The cause may be a malfunction in one of the two sensors or an abnormal resistance in one of the two circuits

P0130
Oxygen sensor P0130 short-circuit to positive – Excessive voltage (battery voltage) has been detected at PIN 43 of the ENGINE connector. Caution: the “lambda probe” parameter is not the real value that is read; a recovery value is displayed instead

P0134
Oxygen sensor P0134 Tension not varied – An abnormal behaviour of the voltage at PIN 43 of the ENGINE connector has been detected: the voltage, that should vary over time, keeps a constant value instead

P0135
Lambda sensor heating P0135 short-circuit to positive / Open circuit / Short circuit to ground – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 32 of the ENGINE connector. If the circuit is open, short circuit to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN 32 of the ENGINE connector

P0150
A track left handle position sensor P0150 short-circuit to positive / Open circuit / Short circuit to ground – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 42 of the VEHICLE connector. If the circuit is open, short circuit to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN 42 of the VEHICLE connector

P0151
B track left handle position sensor P0151 short-circuit to positive / Open circuit / Short circuit to ground – Voltage that is excessive / equal to zero has been detected at PIN 40 of the VEHICLE connector

P0152
C track right handle position sensor P0152 short-circuit to positive / Open circuit / Short circuit to ground – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 30 of the ENGINE connector. If the circuit is open, short circuit to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN 30 of the ENGINE connector

P0153
D track right handle position sensor P0153 short-circuit to positive / Open circuit / Short circuit to ground – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 44 of the ENGINE connector. If the circuit is open, short circuit to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN 44 of the ENGINE connector

P0154
(A-B tracks) left handle position P0154 Signal not corresponding – Two illogical voltage signals have been detected at PINS 42 and 40 of the VEHICLE connector (tracks A-B)

P0155
(C-D tracks) right handle position P0155 Signal not corresponding – Two illogical voltage signals have been detected at PINS 30 and 44 of the ENGINE connector (tracks A-B)

P0156
handle position P0156 Signal not corresponding – The value of the left side sensor (tracks A-B) does not coincide with the value of the right side sensor (tracks C-D)

P0160
Front throttle Limp Home self-learning P0160 Failed test – Throttle position, kept by the springs, not within the expected field (at each key ON). The instrument panel does not indicate the presence of this error even in the ATT status

P0161
Front throttle mechanical spring self-learning P0161 Failed test – Return time of the throttle, kept in position by the springs, not within the expected limits: the causes can be a deterioration of the performance of the springs or excessive throttle friction (at each key ON)

P0162
Front throttle minimum mechanical position self-learning P0162 Failed test – Position of the throttle stop not within the expected field (at each key ON)

P0163
Front throttle recovery condition detection (air temperature, water temperature) P0163 Possible presence of ice – A correct throttle rotation cannot be detected given low ambient and engine temperatures: some ice may have formed in the duct (at each key ON). The instrument panel does not indicate the presence of this error even in the ATT status

P0164
Front throttle power supply voltage self-learning P0164 Battery voltage low – The throttle power supply is too low to carry out the autodetection test correctly (at each key ON). The instrument panel does not indicate the presence of this error even in the ATT status

P0165
Front throttle first self-learning NOT performed P0165 Test not performed – The first throttle autodetection process has not been successful or has not been carried out. The instrument panel does not indicate the presence of this error even in the ATT status

P0166
Front throttle line reset P0166 short-circuit to positive / Short circuit to ground / Open circuit, overcurrent, thermal – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN C1 of the throttle control unit connector. If short circuit to negative: no voltage has been detected. If the circuit is open: an interruption has been detected

P0167
Front throttle position P0167 Improper arrangement between control and execution – The throttle mechanical control may be damaged

P0170
Starter switch P0170 short-circuit to positive / Open circuit / Short circuit to ground – If shorted to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 2 of the ENGINE connector. If the circuit is open, shorted to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN 2 of the ENGINE connector; the error may be shown even if the July 2008 upgraded mapping is present but the retention relay has not been removed.

P0180
Rear throttle Limp Home self-learning P0180 Failed test – Throttle position, kept by the springs, not within the expected field (at each key ON). The instrument panel does not indicate the presence of this error even in the ATT status

P0181
Rear throttle mechanical spring self-learning P0181 Failed test – Return time of the throttle, kept in position by the springs, not within the expected limits: the causes can be a deterioration of the performance of the springs or excessive throttle friction (at each key ON)

P0182
Rear throttle minimum mechanical position self-learning P0182 Failed test – Position of the throttle stop not within the expected field (at each key ON)

P0183
Rear throttle recovery condition detection (air temperature, water temperature) P0183 Possible presence of ice – A correct throttle rotation cannot be detected given low ambient and engine temperatures: some ice may have formed in the duct (at each key ON). The instrument panel does not indicate the presence of this error even in the ATT status

P0184
Rear throttle power supply voltage self-learning P0184 Battery voltage low – The throttle power supply is too low to carry out the autodetection test correctly (at each key ON). The instrument panel does not indicate the presence of this error even in the ATT status

P0185
Rear throttle first self-learning NOT performed P0185 Test not performed – The first throttle autodetection process has not been successful or has not been carried out. The instrument panel does not indicate the presence of this error even in the ATT status

P0186
Rear throttle line reset P0186 short-circuit to positive / Short circuit to ground / Open circuit, overcurrent, thermal – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 8A of the throttle control unit connector. If short circuit to negative: no voltage has been detected. If the circuit is open: an interruption has been detected

P0187
Rear throttle position P0187 Improper arrangement between control and execution – The throttle mechanical control may be damaged

P0201
Front injector P0201 short-circuit to positive / Short circuit to ground / Open circuit – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 50 of the ENGINE connector. If short circuit to negative: no voltage has been detected. If the circuit is open: an interruption has been detected

P0202
Rear injector P0202 short-circuit to positive / Short circuit to ground / Open circuit – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 34 of the ENGINE connector. If short circuit to negative: no voltage has been detected. If the circuit is open: an interruption has been detected

P0210
Error because of air intake not expected in front cylinder manifold P0210 Signal not plausible – A small difference between the estimated pressure and the measured pressure has been detected: the measured pressure is higher than the estimated one (for example, the pipe between sensor and throttle body is flattened or there is a hole in the intake man

P0211
Error because of air intake not expected in front cylinder manifold P0211 Signal not plausible – A small difference between the estimated pressure and the measured pressure has been detected: the measured pressure is higher than the estimated one (for example, the pipe between sensor and throttle body is flattened or there is a hole in the intake man

P0215
Front cylinder intake manifold valuation error P0215 Too high pressure / Too low pressure – A substantial difference between the estimated pressure and the measured pressure has been detected (for example, the pipe between sensor and throttle body is fully detached/clogged or squashed)

P0216
Rear cylinder intake manifold valuation error P0216 Too high pressure / Too low pressure – A substantial difference between the estimated pressure and the measured pressure has been detected (for example, the pipe between sensor and throttle body is fully detached/clogged or squashed)

P0217
Front cylinder manifold too low pressure error P0217 Signal not plausible – A small difference between the estimated pressure and the measured pressure has been detected: the measured pressure is below the estimated one (for example, smeared throttle body)

P0218
Rear cylinder manifold too low pressure error P0218 Signal not plausible – A small difference between the estimated pressure and the measured pressure has been detected: the measured pressure is below the estimated one (for example, smeared throttle body)

P0230
Fuel pump relay control P0230 short-circuit to positive / Open circuit / Short circuit to ground – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 62 of the VEHICLE connector. If the circuit is open, short circuit to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN 62 of the VEHICLE connector

P0336
Engine rpm sensor P0336 Synchronisation loss – Probable bad contact in the electric circuit detected at PIN 9 of the ENGINE connector

P0351
Front coil P0351 short-circuit to positive / Short circuit to ground / Open circuit – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 17 of the ENGINE connector. If the circuit is open, short circuit to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN 17 of the ENGINE connector

P0352
Rear coil P0352 short-circuit to positive / Short circuit to ground / Open circuit – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 19 of the ENGINE connector. If the circuit is open, short circuit to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN 19 of the ENGINE connector

P0480
Cooling fan relay P0480 short-circuit to positive / Short circuit to ground / Open circuit – If short circuit to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 54 of the VEHICLE connector. If short circuit to negative: short circuit to ground detected. If the circuit is open: interrupted circuit detected. Excessive voltage can only be detected after the fan relay gets activated

P0500
Vehicle speed sensor P0500 Upper max level/ Signal not plausible – If over the maximum limit: excessive signal frequency has been detected at PIN 49 VEHICLE. If the signal is not a possible one: a fault in the signal (no signal, short circuit to positive, open or earthed circuit, defective sensor, open circuit, defective measuring cam, etc.) has been detected at PIN 49 VEHICLE. This requires a longer recognition time that is counted from zero each time the clutch is operated, the gear is set to neutral or the engine is shut off

P0560
Ante recovery battery voltage P0560 too high / too low – If too high: too high voltage has been detected at PIN 16 of the VEHICLE connector. If too low: too low voltage has been detected at PIN 16 of the VEHICLE connector.

P0601
EEPROM error P0601 Circuit failure – Replace injection ECU. The instrument panel does not indicate the presence of this error even in the ATT status

P0604
RAM error P0604 Circuit failure – Replace injection ECU. The instrument panel does not indicate the presence of this error even in the ATT status

P0605
ROM error P0605 Circuit failure – Replace injection ECU. The instrument panel does not indicate the presence of this error even in the ATT status

P0607
A/D converter P0607 Circuit failure – Replace injection ECU.

P0608
Level 2 safety reset P0608 – – As the level 2 safety system (comparison between requested torque and calculated torque) has detected a fault, the control unit has reset the engine (C gravity)

P0609
Safety Engine Stop P0609 – – As the level 3 safety system (control eeprom) has detected a fault, the control unit has shut off the engine (D gravity)

P0610
Error in reset lines P0610 Circuit failure – Problems on the reset lines (PINS 55 and 56 of the VEHICLE connector) of the throttle motors: lines used to interrupt motor functioning for safety reasons.

P0611
Stored data file (for safety) P0611 Full – This indication appears only if the Level 2 safety has reset the engine (C gravity). The instrument panel does not indicate the presence of this error even in the ATT status

U1601
CAN line”Mute Node” U1601 Mute Node – The injection ECU cannot send CAN signals; it receives signals from the instrument panel and the throttle control unit: the control unit may need replacing

U1602
No CAN signal U1602 bus off – No communication on CAN line (PIN 20 and/or PIN 51 VEHICLE): problem on the whole network (for example, battery cut-off or short circuited or short circuit to ground)

U1701
CAN to instrument panel communication U1701 No signal – No signal is received from the instrument panel

U1705
CAN line to throttle ECU U1705 No signal – No signal is received from the throttle control unit

U1706
CAN line to throttle ECU U1706 Message update absent – No updated signal is received from the throttle control unit
– starter P0169 Signal not plausible – If shorted to positive: excessive voltage has been detected at PIN 2 of the ENGINE connector. If the circuit is open, shorted to negative: voltage equal to zero has been detected at PIN 2 of the ENGINE connector; the error may be shown even if the July 2008 upgraded mapping is present but the retention relay has not been removed.

 

ABS Models Extra Codes

Technical Documentation selection values (example) measure unit Comments

5DA0 Rear speed sensor: Electrical failure 5DA0 – – Electrical faults in sensor or wiring

5DA1 Rear speed sensor: The signals changes sporadically 5DA1 – – Faulty sensor or interferences on signal

5DA2 Rear speed sensor: The signals fades periodically 5DA2 – – Possible fault in the tone wheel due to deformations or dirt; possible alterations of the wheel bearing surface. Not very frequently, tone wheel abnormal vibrations

5DA3 Rear speed sensor: missing signal or speed measured too low compared with the rear wheel 5DA3 – – Faulty sensor; missing sensor or tone wheel; excessive distance between sensor and tone wheel; tone wheel with wrong number of teeth

5DA4 Rear speed sensor: Missing acceleration after pressure reduction 5DA4 – – Faulty sensor; missing sensor or tone wheel; excessive distance between sensor and tone wheel

5DA5 Rear speed sensor: speed measured too high 5DA5 – – Faulty sensor or tone wheel; tone wheel with wrong number of teeth; wrong tyre sizes

5D90 Front speed sensor :Electrical failure 5D90 – – Electrical faults in sensor or wiring

5D91 Front speed sensor: The signals changes sporadically 5D91 – – Faulty sensor or interferences on signal

5D92 Front speed sensor: The signals fades periodically 5D92 – – Possible fault in the tone wheel due to deformations or dirt; possible alterations of the wheel bearing surface. Not very frequently, tone wheel abnormal vibrations

5D93 Front speed sensor: missing signal or speed measured too low compared with the rear wheel 5D93 – – Faulty sensor; missing sensor or tone wheel; excessive distance between sensor and tone wheel; tone wheel with wrong number of teeth

5D94 Front speed sensor: Missing acceleration after pressure reduction 5D94 – – Faulty sensor; missing sensor or tone wheel; excessive distance between sensor and tone wheel

5D95 Front speed sensor: speed measured too high 5D95 – – Faulty sensor or tone wheel; tone wheel with wrong number of teeth; wrong tyre sizes
– ECU: Missing valve calibration 5DD2 – – Probable control unit fault
– ECU 5DD3 – – Probable control unit fault
– Recirculation pump 5DF0 – – Probable control unit fault
– Recirculation pump 5DF1 – – Probable control unit fault
– ECU 5DF2 – – Probable control unit fault
– Low voltage – long period measurement 5DF3 – – Too low a voltage detected for 30 seconds at PIN 18 of the ABS control unit:
– ECU 5DF5 – – Probable control unit fault
– High voltage 5DF7 – – Excessive voltage detected at PIN 18 of the ABS control unit
– Vehicle wrong coding 5E59 – – This error occurs if the control unit detects an inconsistency between its code, present in the memory (legible on the ISO screen page on the Vehicle code line) and what is measured by the wiring identification PINS (legible on the ISO screen on the Vehicle identification row according to the status of Pins 2 and 15) .
– ECU F000 – – Probable control unit fault

Problems & Solution

No Speedometer Reading & Service

The speed sensors are prone to water damage. Though the connector on the bike side is designed to be waterproof,
after some time the seal on the wires degrades and water will run down the wires into the connector and thence sensor.
It is best to seal with silicone and then tape for extra protection.

Error codes that might be seen are P0609: no signal P0500: to low U1701: no signal
The speed sensor is located under the frame on the right side of the bike.

To remove, you need to remove the rear shock, which means supporting the bike by the frame from a roof truss or
such. Then disconnect the connector ( I found it best to use two long screwdrivers with one put down between the frame
and the shock support bracket. I pushed on the clip at the same time as pushing on the connector to relieve pressure on the
clip ).

Once the connector is off, then undo the 8mm bolt at the rear of the sensor with a socket and extension.
Next move cables out of the way and lift the sensor about 2mm from the engine. Rotate it clockwise and
tilt a little and you should be able to turn it 180 degrees. Then it is easy to remove from the swing-arm side.
Reverse the process to install.

Bosch 0 232 103 114 ( Part Number for equivalent ). Aprilia 832963

While the connector is off, seal up the wire side with silicone and then tape that once dry.

Always use a new speed sensor as 2nd hand units can be intermittent.

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