Kohler error code 62??

Discussion in 'General Maintenance/Repair Questions' started by Spot, May 11, 2010.

  1. Spot

    Spot New Member

    Jul 11, 2009
    Aloha, Oregon
    350 Mag EFI, B-3, Kohler gen, heat-AC, finally a windlass
    I have looked is the massive binders that come with the boat and could not find what the heck a code 62 is. The code came on after I turned off the unit and beeped. 2009 unit if that makes a differnce.

    Any ideas out there?

  2. poormonkey

    poormonkey New Member

    Jan 9, 2007
    St. Charles, IL (burbs of Chicago)
    290 Sundancer 2001
    Twin 5.0 w Bravo 3's
    Which gene controller do you have? Is this where you are seeing the EC62 I am assuming?

    From what I have read EC62 is Sea Pump Pressure Fault EC62.

    I could be wrong, so if you can list out where you are seeing this error and what controller you have for the gene.

    If the code is correct you might have an impeller issue or a blockage to your gene.
  3. ReLAXin

    ReLAXin New Member

    Mar 28, 2011
    Potomac, DC
    2007 380da, Vdrive
    Any luck with the error 62 code. I just had this problem, 24 hrs on kohler. When I docked, it restarted manually from the unit had good flow and ran well. No strainer issues. Code isn't in the book for some reason.
    Hope u found a solution.
  4. tbirdvet

    tbirdvet Active Member

    Sep 24, 2009
    Previous boat: 2008 330 Sundancer
    Vetus Bow Thruster
    Kohler Gen.
    Twin 496 MAG, 375HP Bravo III,
    I got this code once and like the others was not listed in the manual. I did find that the battery was almost dead so did a recharge, turned off battery supply to clear the code and now all is OK. Try the battery disconnect to clear the code and see if all is OK.
  5. Maxx

    Maxx New Member

    Jul 28, 2012
    Babylon, NY
    330 Sundancer 2008,
    Kohler generator, Raymarine c80
    twin 8.1 Horizon V-drive
    I got error code 62 today. It would run for a few minutes then shut off with this code blinking on the display. I noticed poor water flow from the exhaust. I checked the strainer and it was full off seaweed. After cleaning the strainer water still wasn't flowing freely when I opened the inlet valve. I kept the valve open, put a hose in there and flushed water through until I got little back pressure. I put everything back together, started it back up and had good water flow. Problem solved

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