What is this mining?
Welcome to the forumHello, new to the forum...same code on a machine with 4 hours on it. Brought it home, unloaded it off the trailer, and boom...there is the check engine light. Checked the oil, and it was low so I added some polaris oil to it. Check engine light was still on. (not too happy about the thing being handed over to me with low oil in the first place). Dealer drove 1.5 hours to come pick it up and fix it. Turns out it was the brake error. They said I may have had my foot on the brake while driving it....I didn't.
I drove 1.5 hours each way to go pick it up on Friday from the dealer...unloaded it. Rode the thing around for about 20 minutes, and again, same code. 520 285. wtf? Of course the dealer is closed at noon on saturday and doesnt open again until Monday. This may become a bit tough for them to convince me not to just return it and take my money elsewhere right now.
Any advice besides call the dealer again on Monday?
No it should not be that sensitive, I can’t say for sure if newer models have a slightly different ECM programming, I can run my ‘19 850 with throttle and brake all I want with no error codes ever. I’m wondering if an ECM reflash will permanently fix your error. I’d ask the dealer and notify Polaris.Thank you, I will give it a try in the morning. Are these things so sensitive that you can't use the brake and throttle at the same time? ...not neccessarily at intentionally, but just a tap here and there. My Polaris/Victory CC bike isn't that picky.