Went to start my bike yesterday and got this code "C2369" Data Valid but Below Normal Operating Range. Has anyone else gotten this?
My Indian Challenger tipped over the other day and all the lights were flashing. I started the bike and then went into work. When I came out the bike would not start and I got this code. At the time I had just over 11 volts available. I went online and found a way to reset error codes by shutting off the bike and starting it in sequence 4 time. After doing it one day now my volts were at 9 and I had to charge the bike. After charging for 24 hours all the faults and codes were gone and I was able to start my bike. Not sure if this means the battery was low or not. The dealership just told me to bring it in. Glad I didn't.Went to start my bike yesterday and got this code "C2369" Data Valid but Below Normal Operating Range. Has anyone else gotten this?
From what I've been told there is no constantly "talking" going on between the bike and the FOB. It only happens when you turn the bike on or use the FOB. What you might have is a high parasitic drain going on with the bike. There is a procedure in the Challenger shop manual that explains how to check to see if it is within specs. If you don't have the manual the dealer tech can check it for youI'm probably way off on this, but what the heck... I had similar issues with bike batteries on both HD's and metrics. I stopped storing my FOB anywhere near my bikes and garage. The FOB and the bike ECU are constantly "talking" to one another. It ends up being a slow drain on the battery, as well as the FOB (in some cases). Meh, just something to think about.