from Chapter 5 of service manual
The ECM used on the Victory motorcycle stores trouble
codes in memory. Trouble codes are stored by the ECM
when a sensor reading is outside of the normal or
“plausible” range. Codes are listed and described on
page 5.37. The ECM is located under the left side cover.
When a fault occurs, the ECM records a code in the
“Logged Faults” memory. If a fault is currently active, the
code is also recorded in the ECM “Current Faults”
memory and remains until the fault is no longer occurring.
If a problem is corrected, a “Current Fault” is erased, but
the code remains in “Logged Faults” memory until it is
manually cleared using Digital Wrench. Logged faults
remain even if battery power is removed from the ECM.
Digital Wrench diagnostic software is the tool used to
interface with the EFI system by coupling to a diagnostic
port located under the left side cover. Whenever available,
Digital Wrench should always be connected to a
vehicle for more accurate problem diagnosis.
SPN / FMI Error Codes (Cross Country)
If the CHECK ENGINE (MIL) light is ON or when it goes
on and off during one ignition cycle (key on / key off cycle)
an ERROR message will appear after the normal LCD
Information Display functions (Miles, Trip 1, Trip 2, Miles
per Gallon, Average Speed, etc.). Use the MODE button
to toggle through the various normal display options and
view the ERROR message at the end.
The ERROR message consists of an FMI and an SPN
Example: ERROR 14 - 520200 corresponds to FMI 3 /
SPN 520200 (and Trouble Code P1504) in the table
above for this combination. The best course of action is to
connect Digital Wrench to view logged codes directly and
use the guided diagnostics for that code; however, if
Digital Wrench is not available you can use the
description of the FMI / SPN code to determine which
system or component may be causing the code by
reading the description from the table.
NOTE: Error codes are not stored. The error screen will
only appear when the Check Engine light is ON. When
the key is turned off, the code and message is lost, but it
will reappear if the fault occurs again after starting the
To retrieve error codes from the display:
1. If the error codes are not displayed, use the mode
button to toggle until “Err” displays in the clock area.
2. Record the three code numbers displayed in the gear
position, temperature, and odometer displays.
3. Refer to table above for a list of codes. chapter 5.37
2013 black XCT.