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Unread 08-14-2017, 05:17 PM   #1
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I have another question about my cart. This electric cart is a speed demon 48V beast but if I am stopped on an incline it doesn't have enough power to pull it up and over the top. Any ideas what could contribute to this loss of power?


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Unread 08-14-2017, 10:43 PM   #2
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Controller doesn't have enough amps to power the motor on the grade.
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Unread 08-16-2017, 03:57 PM   #4
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Hi my friend, all of a sudden I've got no reverse. Found several recommendations to check the key switch and clean it up or replace if terminal posts look burnt. Actually I think it may have an internal problem as when I turn the key to the forward position the cart will move slightly ahead. Your thoughts would be appreciated. My real question is actually on the schematic. I noticed that on the battery series connection that one of the batteries is not connected in series in the bank. One wire + is going to the contactor and from the next battery - is going to the B- terminal on the controller.
I took up electrical when I was in H. S. but that was 50 years ago so I am a little rusty if you know what I mean. Feels good to get back into it somewhat with this piece of junk golf cart that I bought 6 months ago.
Ok back to the question: how come there is no bridge between those 2 batteries to complete the 48V series connection?


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If they were all connected you would have a loop and the batteries would burn up. The two wires are what is providing the total series voltage leaving the pack and going into the system.
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