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Unread 02-07-2015, 09:56 PM   #11
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This is an IQ stock 250 amp control right?
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Unread 02-07-2015, 10:03 PM   #12
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Did it come out of your 03?
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Unread 02-07-2015, 10:04 PM   #13
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I can't take the credit for thinking of this one though, the idea came from yannicksjh in his thread
Lol, I just started a thread on this too then just saw yours, sorry.

Good luck on your fix, I might try to fix mine too just for fun but definatly upgrading either way
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Did it come out of your 03?
Nope, actually it was the one in my 08 when I bought it that was preventing it from running
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Lol, I just started a thread on this too then just saw yours, sorry.

Good luck on your fix, I might try to fix mine too just for fun but definatly upgrading either way
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Something caused that that bridge between the 2 circuit boards to start behaving like a fuse.
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Something caused that that bridge between the 2 circuit boards to start behaving like a fuse.
Any idea what? Everything else looked fine inside
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Unread 02-08-2015, 09:23 AM   #18
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Most likely we are looking at the result of a bigger problem.
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Most likely we are looking at the result of a bigger problem.
Here's what I know: bought the cart with new batteries with it not running. This controller was in the cart and the cart would not run. The controller pin (12 I think) for the solenoid lockout was jumped to provide the OBC with a constant 48v to disable the solenoid lockout because the controller was not putting out enough voltage. The main problem was from when the old batteries froze, split, and thawed out again. The acid ended up eating through wires in the wire loom. Fixed that and it still wouldn't run. Changed controllers with the other one that came with the cart as it is up and running. The controller that was in there when I initially bought the cart was this one, and the PO said that he bought in hopes of fixing the cart. I don't know if the controller was already bad when he bought it or he killed it trying to fix the cart
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Most likely we are looking at the result of a bigger problem.
Sure enough, looks like you may be right
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