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I worked on 2016 Intimidator with code 29 motor temp sensor fault.

Motor winding sensors were open circuiut.

After much research, found programmer from curtis to tell controller "No" temp sensor.

Programmer connects to a 4 pin molex plug zip tied to bracket under hood.

 

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