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Unread 04-09-2015, 05:20 PM   #11
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Try this first:

Resetting the OBC
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Unread 04-09-2015, 05:24 PM   #12
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Thanks again Jake! Doing that now. The reverse buzzer did not go off, I will still wait the 5 minutes and see
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It seems like they usually don't go off for people... no big deal
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That is what I have seen in a few threads. Technically, if the negative is disconnected, there is no power right? Wouldn't the buzzer need power?
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I think on the earlier 48v CCs the buzzer was either wired into the OBC or controller, and that would drain the residual power out.
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Well dont I feel like an idiot!!! I just noticed I had forgotten to put a small red wire to the positive. I was thinking this was the wire for my lights but I am not sure if it is or not... I had the lights installed prior to purchase. Once i put that wire on the positive the charger kicked on and no more blinking light!!!

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You're not the first one that's done that! Glad it was an easy fix.
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Would this be the wire for my lights tho??? It is a loose and pretty small red wire?? And why would this wire being unconnected let the car run but not charge?
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Does it go directly to the back of the charge port? The charging system and drive system are separate.
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Does it go directly to the back of the charge port? The charging system and drive system are separate.
I did not investigate that far yet, I will get to the source this weekend!
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