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Here is a How To that is written by TrailRider2 on aurora.....

GOOD info...

Can-Am 500, 650, 800, and Renegade are equipped with an on board diagnostic center. Meaning, you can pull codes from your machine.

Directions:

Turn your key to have the lights on.

Set the multifunction gauge to engine hours.

Press and hold the selector button while QUICKLY toggling the HI-LO beam 3 times.

Continue holding the selector button. ACTIVE P_CODE should show up on the gauge.

If there are any fault codes to be read they will begin with a P followed by 4 numbers. Otherwise END will appear.

To exit this diagnostic mode, press and hold the selector button again for 2 seconds.

There are 60 possible fault codes. Take a moment and learn how to do this.

Obviously, without a shop manual, you can't interpret the code. You'll have to post it but it just might save you a trip to the dealer.

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It only took me TWO toggles of the HI LO beam, but it did come across...
 

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Oh, it will start with END of P_Code, then will follow with any P codes, OR will say NO ACTIVE P CODES....
 

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does any body know how change the greeting on the instrument cluster with out taking it to the dealer?
 

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You can't change the display settings without using the BUDS software. The BUDS software is only available to a licensed dealer or by someone with special access to the registration.

So sorry, dealer only. Not sure what they would charge to do it, price varies dramatically.
 
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