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Unread 03-15-2015, 08:38 PM   #11
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Make sure the blue/white wire on the small post of the solenoid goes to the controller and not directly to B- or pack negative.
I'll go look now.
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Unread 03-15-2015, 09:09 PM   #12
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Make sure the blue/white wire on the small post of the solenoid goes to the controller and not directly to B- or pack negative.
Yes, straight to the controller.
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Unread 03-15-2015, 10:08 PM   #13
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Connect your laptop and see if you have any error on the monitor page.
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Connect your laptop and see if you have any error on the monitor page.
I tried that and the program will not find the controller.
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Unread 03-16-2015, 07:08 AM   #15
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The controller either isn't powered up or more likely you don't have the correct drivers install on your laptop.
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The controller either isn't powered up or more likely you don't have the correct drivers install on your laptop.
I've used this laptop lots on these controllers but sometimes it's just finicky. It's an old laptop with windows Vista on it and Vista doesn't play well with others.
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Does the solenoid engage with key switch if the FNR is in neutral?

If not, measure the voltage on pin #6 of the Alltrax controller, if with the 2-pin MCOR connector unplugged, You get +48v on pin #6 when the FNR is in forward or reverse, the IQ harness adapter board transistor may be bad.
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Does the solenoid engage with key switch if the FNR is in neutral?

If not, measure the voltage on pin #6 of the Alltrax controller, if with the 2-pin MCOR connector unplugged, You get +48v on pin #6 when the FNR is in forward or reverse, the IQ harness adapter board transistor may be bad.
I will check that when I get home from work this afternoon. I appreciate the help.
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Unread 03-16-2015, 10:24 AM   #19
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It's an old laptop with windows Vista
The Alltrax software is also old, 2008. I'd say your dead in the water until you can communicate with your controller. If I remember correctly some of the setting come zeroed out from the factory.
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Does the solenoid engage with key switch if the FNR is in neutral?

If not, measure the voltage on pin #6 of the Alltrax controller, if with the 2-pin MCOR connector unplugged, You get +48v on pin #6 when the FNR is in forward or reverse, the IQ harness adapter board transistor may be bad.
The solenoid engages when the key is turned on even with the cart in neutral.
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