I am asking any Polaris owners if they have this fault logged on their diagnostics screen on their P.I.D.D. My Titan Adventure logs this fault on start up and stays there. Polaris says this is normal. Polaris has also changed out everything except the engine in the hopes of solving this fault. Now they say it is a normal operating fault on Titans, and I should pick it up from the dealership. I would appreciate any other owners letting me know if they have the same issue. Thanks for reading this post. Im sorry but I have to edit this post to include the fact that you have to go into your diagnostics section of your PIDD after the "cold engine warning" goes out on warm up. The Polaris tech says I am the first Titan owner to notice this fault. It clears itself if you shut your machine off, then start it up again when its at full operating temp. I tried it on my Titan ,and the fault clears. again, my apologies.