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"Maintenance Required" message & "Wrench" light on dash

briancayko

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2010 210 Challenger SE 310HP (twin 155's)
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Hey all, last time out I got the "Maintenance Required" alert (goes across message center every time i start it up) and the dash light came on for the "amber colored Wrench" see picture. From what I understand this takes place when you are near routine maintenance checks. Seems like this happened around 96hours on my boat. I ran it the rest of the evening for about 2 hours and it ran perfectly. I do all my own maintenance and I am up to date but is there any way to get that message to reset? or is CanDoo the only way?
 

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briancayko

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Montana
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2010 210 Challenger SE 310HP (twin 155's)
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Additionally, when changing the oil today for winterization the screen is reading “Port- Maintenance Required” & when i ran it up to 4K rpms for the oil change on the port engine the display read “Limp Home Mode”. I don’t remember it doing that last year on the oil change but I am wondering if it is related? It was running perfectly 2 weeks ago when i last had it in the water. No codes are showing up in the message center when I scroll through either. Any feedback on this or the above issue would be appreciated.
 
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briancayko

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2010 210 Challenger SE 310HP (twin 155's)
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Update: took to dealership and paid $20 for them to pull codes & reset maintenance code & light. All clear now & ready to go.
 
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2007 Challenger 180se (OE Tower)
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Mine was on after I picked it up from winter storage. So I asked if they had forgotten to reset it when they winterized and stored it... $65 later they told me there was a history code for low battery voltage and they cleared it. I guess it doesn't matter that they are the ones who stored it, charged and re-connected the battery in the spring :rolleyes:. Another donation made to the boat dealer!
 

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