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Unread 04-06-2015, 06:19 PM   #181
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Default Re: 48-Volt Battery Maintainer

50 volts is not good that isn't a full charge 50.93v is Everything to do with batteries!

Read this thread please.

The flashing yellow is an indication that is is still charging. It puts out 50 watts so It should charge within a reasonable amount of time. Do you have a regular charger, you need to fully charge with the regular charger first. This is a maintainer these batteries needs the regular charger for the golf cart first. It can charge the pack but not recommended.
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Unread 04-07-2015, 03:20 PM   #182
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50 volts is not good that isn't a full charge 50.93v is Everything to do with batteries!

Read this thread please.

The flashing yellow is an indication that is is still charging. It puts out 50 watts so It should charge within a reasonable amount of time. Do you have a regular charger, you need to fully charge with the regular charger first. This is a maintainer these batteries needs the regular charger for the golf cart first. It can charge the pack but not recommended.

Yes i have a club car charger,here i am waiting for the flashing yellow to go steady, Voltage is dropping from 48 volts it should come up pretty quickly ok scooterman thank you again bob s
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Unread 04-07-2015, 04:02 PM   #183
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Yes i have a club car charger,here i am waiting for the flashing yellow to go steady, Voltage is dropping from 48 volts it should come up pretty quickly ok scooterman thank you again bob s

Have another question ...please.... My club car has the grnd cable on the left side of the cart-- and the pos red wire on the right side[cart leads] .I attached my maintainer positive-- to the grnd black club car cable. and the negative maintainer wire to the red cable on the right side. [now by diagram that is being used on the forum]....i made a copy shows just the opposite! grnd cable right it shows its working but the yellow lite is still flashing after 3 days.I had the save abat maintainer in the proper hook up and it would the fault red lit on . So in other words my maintainer ishooked up backwards and the red lite stays off while the yellow keeps flashing


question; which cart lead--red or black, does the solenoid hook into? i WILL get this figured out. I am out of surgery tow months now.any help bob


Shorter quetion would be. I can only get the maintainer to work as it is now,[far as the lites] by hooking it up backwards on the 4- 12 volt batteries????? bob
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Have another question ...please.... My club car has the grnd cable on the left side of the cart-- and the pos red wire on the right side[cart leads] .I attached my maintainer positive-- to the grnd black club car cable. and the negative maintainer wire to the red cable on the right side. [now by diagram that is being used on the forum]....i made a copy shows just the opposite! grnd cable right it shows its working but the yellow lite is still flashing after 3 days.I had the save abat maintainer in the proper hook up and it would the fault red lit on . So in other words my maintainer ishooked up backwards and the red lite stays off while the yellow keeps flashing


question; which cart lead--red or black, does the solenoid hook into? i WILL get this figured out. I am out of surgery tow months now.any help bob


Shorter question would be. I can only get the maintainer to work as it is now,[far as the lites] by hooking it up backwards on the 4- 12 volt batteries????? bob
The wiring diagram is on here for 12 volt batts what the heck is wrong here

Where does the "polarity" come in? have i got this wrong? by this diagram here.on the forum?
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Unread 04-07-2015, 04:49 PM   #185
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Default Re: 48-Volt Battery Maintainer

The good thing about the maintainer you can't damage it if you do hook it up wrong. If you get the green lights you should be connected correct.

I'm confused, left right? If you are standing in front of the cart looking at the front, the right side of the batteries is the negative & the left side is the positive and you should connect the maintainer same way, all of the club carts is arranged this way but the number of batteries will make it slightly different.

Bob, I think you may need to test your batteries batteries, how old are they?
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Unread 04-07-2015, 05:14 PM   #186
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Depending on who installed your "maintenance free" batteries, the cables might be right or left (or even running down the middle) - the diagrams just show how your cart was wired when it left the factory. Since you have non-golf-cart batteries they are likely smaller and someone could have mounted them in any random direction. Factory drawings of original GOLF CART BATTERY wiring doesn't matter much at this stage.

There seems to be only one way to solve this ongoing issue for you, Bob. Please post a few PICTURES of your battery compartment (with the seat removed) - and someone should be able to stick arrows on the photo YOU SUPPLY; to show which is your pack POS (cable might be Red, or with a Red cap or band - but not necessarily); and which is your pack NEG (normally Black).
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Just like to mention that I'm unsubscribing to this thread. You're in good hands BSA Bob. Good luck
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Unread 04-07-2015, 06:26 PM   #188
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Bob are you using non golf cart batteries? I agree you need to post some pictures but If you do Indeed get a green light on the maintainer then it is connected correctly but that won't solve your problem.
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Bob are you using non golf cart batteries? I agree you need to post some pictures but If you do Indeed get a green light on the maintainer then it is connected correctly but that won't solve your problem.

I will get apicture that can show you excactly what i have. The green lite is working fine as is the blue power lite.Yellow is flashing ,, btw i appreciate al this help .If you need payment of some kind, We gotta all get together and go on a cruise stay home. and drink A cold one or two .i can afford that. I will be back with picture soon good nite bob s
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Unread 04-07-2015, 09:52 PM   #190
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Please, take good pictures, appreciate the offer but just trying to help is all I need.
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