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Unread 04-14-2015, 03:46 PM   #21
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So essentially the red charge wire is going to the main(+) on the pass. side ... it is just using the F&R terminal as a junction terminal.
Yep, so it could just go straight to the main positive from the receptacle, right?
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Unread 04-14-2015, 04:03 PM   #22
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Just out of curiosity, is the charge port on this cart rectangular with / \ this type of prong end or is it a round one with three pins in a triangle?

Are there a row of coils behind the battery trays?

I'm worried about the "light at the keyswitch" you mentioned, that's a 48 volt cart feature. Just because the motor is 36 volt doesn't mean the cart isn't 48, it's a common swap to put a 36 volt motor in a 48 volt series cart.

If you could post a picture of the battery area and some of the electronics on the cart it'd be super helpful.
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Yes, there is one of the heavy gauge coming off the F/R switch, but the one from the charger connection is a lower gauge, and has the right length to make itdirect to the battery.

Would it work with way?
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Yes, there is one of the heavy gauge coming off the F/R switch, but the one from the charger connection is a lower gauge, and has the right length to make itdirect to the battery.

Would it work with way?
Sure, either way will do it.
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Unread 04-14-2015, 07:37 PM   #25
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Good Evening, yes it has the / \ type of prong , and it matched up with my EZGO Charger perfectly. I have 6 older 6V Batteries charging in it now. I tried it out after 20 minutes, and there it was...... The solenoid "Click", so Thank You for all the advice, the solenoid did need the 36V to actuate. The motor runs both FWD & REV, and controller seems to be functionally normally as well. Now put a bow on it, and give it my sisters family for a Birthday Gift......Thank You all for the advice.....
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Glad it's working!
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