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Unread 03-30-2015, 09:52 PM   #21
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it never cut off with wheels off ground, and I got it to full throttle 20-30 times in a row
This is without the paperclip? Did you try it on the ground with the paperclip?
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Unread 03-30-2015, 10:18 PM   #22
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This is without the paperclip? Did you try it on the ground with the paperclip?
Without paperclip off ground!!!
Gonna try it on ground with papeclip tomorrow!!
What will that be eliminating if it works???
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Without paperclip off ground!!!
Gonna try it on ground with papeclip tomorrow!!
What will that be eliminating if it works???
That is jumping the MS inside the MCOR and would rule that out
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That is jumping the MS inside the MCOR and would rule that out
So if it works with paper clip in change mcor ???
If it don't change batteries???
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So if it works with paper clip in change mcor ???
If it don't change batteries???
If it works you need an MCOR

If not, we will go from there. Probably not going right to replacing batteries though
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If it works you need an MCOR

If not, we will go from there. Probably not going right to replacing batteries though
Ok thanks!!!
Putting a full charge of batteries now and will try paperclip tomorrow !!!
Thanks again
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Ok thanks!!!
Putting a full charge of batteries now and will try paperclip tomorrow !!!
Thanks again
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Unread 03-31-2015, 12:58 PM   #28
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Default Re: 05 rebuild problem

Charged batteries last night!!!
Wife took it out for little spin!!!
After about 10 min it started acting up again!!!
Jumped with paper clip!!
Never acted up again yet!!
Runs like a champ!!

So I have a bad mcor correct???
Thanks
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Charged batteries last night!!!
Wife took it out for little spin!!!
After about 10 min it started acting up again!!!
Jumped with paper clip!!
Never acted up again yet!!
Runs like a champ!!

So I have a bad mcor correct???
Thanks
Was just posting about this, seems to be a very common issue, that switch goes bad. Yup replace it and carry a paperclip in the cart for emergencies LOL.
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Unread 03-31-2015, 01:19 PM   #30
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Was just posting about this, seems to be a very common issue, that switch goes bad. Yup replace it and carry a paperclip in the cart for emergencies LOL.
Lol...
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