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Unread 09-22-2015, 02:51 PM   #31
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So for the potentiometer and MCOR you had both disconnected from the harness and measured right at the device itself right?

Did you measure at the Motor A1 and A2 terminals or at the Controller A1 and A2 terminals?
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Unread 09-22-2015, 06:40 PM   #32
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This kinda boggles me, at the main solenoid I have voltage at all of the terminals(49.2 at the first big terminal 48 at the next big terminal 49.2 at the small terminal at the front of the cart and 48.6 on the other small terminal in the back w/ the blue and white wire) When you press the peddle you can here the solenoid click and the small terminal in back w/ the blue and white wire loses voltage but all of the other terminals still have voltage and the cart starts to move
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Unread 09-22-2015, 07:01 PM   #33
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I measured the potentiometer at the harness going into the controller it was .25 to 5.50 ohms pushing on the peddle. At A1 and A2 on the controller it self there was no reading same for the motor.
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This kinda boggles me, at the main solenoid I have voltage at all of the terminals(49.2 at the first big terminal 48 at the next big terminal 49.2 at the small terminal at the front of the cart and 48.6 on the other small terminal in the back w/ the blue and white wire) When you press the peddle you can here the solenoid click and the small terminal in back w/ the blue and white wire loses voltage but all of the other terminals still have voltage and the cart starts to move
That is good, the controller connects the Blue/White wire to pack negative in order to activate the solenoid.

Other than the battery pack voltage being a little low (You should charge the batteries), it sounds normal.


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I measured the potentiometer at the harness going into the controller it was .25 to 5.50 ohms pushing on the peddle. At A1 and A2 on the controller it self there was no reading same for the motor.
You lost me in this one.

You can only measure resistance (ohms) on a circuit that is not energized and preferably not connected to anything in order to avoid false readings.

Since You have a new MCOR, let's assume for now that it is working properly.

Can you set your voltmeter to 200vDC and measure the voltage on Controller A1 to A2 terminals as You press the pedal (cart on jack stands)?
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Unread 09-22-2015, 08:31 PM   #35
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This is not to help solve your problem, but they say don't hold the pedal down more than a second or two with the wheels off the ground, might save you a problem.
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With the cart on stands and the peddle down I get 12.5 volts at the motor A1 and A2
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With the cart on stands and the peddle down I get 12.5 volts at the motor A1 and A2
Can You please measure the voltage at the Controller A1 and A2 terminals to make sure Your issue is not the DB solenoid!
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Unread 09-22-2015, 09:28 PM   #38
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When I disconnect the negative from the #6 battery and reconnect it I can turn the key on and the red battery light comes on for a few seconds then goes off, the cart operates but at a slow speed. I disconnected the #6 again and reconnected with the key in the on position the light didn't go on and the cart worked perfect but when I turned the key off and then back on the battery light came on and the cart back in slow mode
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Unread 09-22-2015, 10:01 PM   #39
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I'm beginning to think OBC, when the red battery light comes on after disconnecting and reconnecting the #6 battery wire I can plug in the charger turn the key on and push the gas peddle and the cart will go, It normally won't go if the charger is plugged in.
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I unplugged the harness at the controller and test the harness back to the potentiometer
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