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Diagnostic Flash Code Listings
Shark
Description
This means........
Notes
All LED`s off
Power is off
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All LED`s on steady
Power is on
Less LED`s imply a reduced battery charge
Left RED LED is flashing
Battery charge is low
Charge batteries ASAP
Right to left "chase"
SHARK is being brought out of lock mode
To unlock SHARK press the horn twice within 10 seconds of turning on.
Left to right "chase" alternating with steady display
SHARK is programming, inhibit and/or charging mode
The steady LED indicatethe current state of battery charge
Right green LED is flashing
Shark is in speed limit mode
the current state of battery chargewill be displayed at the same time
All LED`s flashing slowly
Shark has noticed an out of neutral at power up (oonapu) condition
Release the joystick back to neutral
All LED`s flashing quickly
Shark has detected a fault
Shark uses flash codes to indicate a fault, see the diagnostic section below
2 flashing amber LED`s
A communication fault exists between the power module and remote
Check the power module for a fault, the cable for damage, and that the battery is sufficiently charged

Flash Code

Fault Type

Suggested Actions

1

User Fault

Possible stall timeout or user error Release the joystick to neutral and try again

2

Battery Fault

Check the batteries and cabling Try changing the batteries Batteries may require replacing

3

M1 Motor Fault

Check the M1 (normally left) motor, connections and cabling

4

M2 Motor fault

Check the M2 (normally right) motor, connections and cabling

5

Left Park Brake Fault

Check the left park brake, connections and cabling

6

Right Park Brake Fault

Check the right park brake, connections and cabling

7

SHARK Control unit fault

Internal Controller unit Fault, Replace Control unit

8

SHARK Power Module Fault

Check SHARK Connections and Wiring Replace the Power Module

9

SHARK Communications Fault

Check SHARK Connections and Wiring Replace the SHARK Control Unit

10

Unknown Fault

Check all Connections and Wiring Consult a service agent

11

Incompatible Control Unit

Wrong type of Control Unit connected Ensure the branding of the Power Module matches that of the Control Unit



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Commando

Flash Code

Fault Type

Suggested Actions

1

Commando Fault

Try reprogramming the Commando

2

Accessory Fault

Check all accessory devices connected to the Commando Check program is suitable for particular variant

3

Left Motor Fault

Check the left motor, connections and cabling

4

Right Motor fault

Check the right motor, connections and cabling

5

Park Brake Fault

Check the left park brake, connections and cabling

6

Unused

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7

Low Battery Fault

Check Battery voltage is above 17V Check Battery Connection and Terminals Check Condition of Batteries

8

Over Voltage Fault

Check Battery voltage is below 32V Check Battery wiring and terminating is secure

9

DX Bus Fault 1 (DX version only)

Check condition of DX-BUS Cables and Connectors

 

Internal Fault (Non DX versions)

Contact Service Agent

10

DX Bus Fault 2 (DX version only)

Check condition of DX-BUS Cables and Connectors Check Hazards were not turned on at Power Up

 

Internal Fault (Non DX Versions)

Contact Service Agent

11

Stall Timeout Fault

Ensure motors are free to turn and Power off and on.


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DX

Flash Code

Fault Type

Suggested Actions

1

DX Module Code

If the unit has just been reprogramming this may not indicate a fault. Turn system on and off to clear flash code or check program is correct. If this does not cure the fault: Check DX-BUS Connectors and Cables Check status LED's on other modules Check all necessary modules are present and connected

2

DX Accessory Code

A Clam or Tam receiving a Slow/Stop signal, if not may cause this: Check all external devices connected to the System excluding devices connected to DX Power Module.

3

M1 Motor Fault

Check the M1 (normally left) motor, connections and cabling

4

M2 Motor fault

Check the M2 (normally right) motor, connections and cabling

5

Left Park Brake Fault

Check the Left Park Brake, connections and cabling

6

Right Park Brake Fault

Check the Right Park Brake, connections and cabling

7

Low Battery Fault

Check Battery voltage is above 17V Check Battery Connection and Terminals Check Condition of Batteries

8

Over Voltage Fault

Check Battery voltage is below 32V Check Battery wiring and terminating is secure

9

CAN L Fault

Check condition of DX-BUS Cables and Connectors

10

CAN H Fault

Check condition of DX-BUS Cables and Connectors Check Hazards were not turned on at Power Up

11

Stall Timeout Fault

Ensure motors are free to turn and Power off and on.

12

Module Mismatch

There is a module or software incompatibility issue. Reprogram or Consult your Dynamic Service Centre


   
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DL

Flash Code

Fault Type

Suggested Actions

1

Low Battery Fault

Check Battery voltage is above 17V Check Battery Connection and Terminals Check Condition of Batteries

2

High Voltage Fault

Check Battery voltage is below 32V Check Battery wiring and terminating is secure

3

Left Motor Fault

Check the left motor, connections and cabling

4

Right Motor fault

Check the right motor, connections and cabling

5

Park Brake Fault

Check the left park brake, connections and cabling

6

Controller fault

Contact Service Agent Note: In some cases a motor fault that occurs whilst driving may cause a 6 flash fault to be registered.

7

Motor Stalled of Joystick out of Neutral at Power Up

Ensure joystick is released at power up.
Ensure motors are free to turn and Power off and on.

   
   
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DS Series Scooter Controllers

Flash Code

Fault Type

Suggested Actions

1

Battery Needs Recharging

Battery Charge is running low, Recharge Batteries as soon as possible

2

Battery Voltage too low

Drive Inhibited, Batteries too low, recharge Batteries

3

Battery Voltage too high

Battery Charge too high. May be caused by over charging.

4

Current Limit time-out

The Scooter has drawn too much current for too long. Turn scooter power off leave for a few minutes and turn on again. Check Motor and Loom for Shorts

5

Brake Fault

Check Park Brake and Loom for Short and Open Circuits

6

Out of Neutral at Power Up

Check Throttle is released and power up Check Throttle Neutral is calibrated correctly

7

Speed Pot Error

Check Throttle Pot as it may not be correctly set up.
Check for Open or Short Circuits in Pot wiring. Check condition of Pot

8

Motor Fault

The Motor or Motor Loom may be Faulty. Check for Open or Short Circuits

9

Other Internal Errors

Contact Service Agent



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