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Unread 04-18-2015, 07:20 AM   #11
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This doesn't make sense to me. Let's start here and we'll work from there. Where are you putting the leads from your multimeter when you get these readings? You should be putting the meter on DC200V and putting the red lead on the main positive battery terminal and the black lead on the main negative battery terminal. Try that and let me know what you find. I think I know what's going on here but I want to take it one step at a time before I reveal my theory.

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Unread 04-18-2015, 08:10 AM   #12
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Went out few minutes before leaving for her groceries. The reverse buzzer now buzzes. The cart clicks louder in the rear, AND the cart tried to take off. it lurched forward tad. ,Then i am back to square one/..... no movement but Its trying. But--Why the 25 volts on one end. And 51 volts on the other. I rechecked them again as you said to be sure i was doing it right.where to from here TahoeDawg? bob s
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Have you had any wires disconnected and reconnected when all this started happening?
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Unread 04-18-2015, 08:32 AM   #14
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Have you had any wires disconnected and reconnected when all this started happening?
No--- but i started changing to old new wires, that i thought might be giving me this problem . bob s
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Unread 04-18-2015, 09:07 AM   #15
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Where are you putting your leads?
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Where are you putting your leads?
The "cart" leads are red left side ,black right side.battery leads are all installed right. bob s
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Unread 04-18-2015, 12:00 PM   #17
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The "cart" leads are red left side ,black right side.battery leads are all installed right. bob s
I'm still not following you. I think we're having a communication issue. You're telling me that you have one amount of voltage on one side, and another amount of voltage on the other side. For this to be possible, you have to be checking the voltage two different ways with your multimeter. I want to know the Exact location of the multimeter leads on the batteries in both instances.
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I'm still not following you. I think we're having a communication issue. You're telling me that you have one amount of voltage on one side, and another amount of voltage on the other side. For this to be possible, you have to be checking the voltage two different ways with your multimeter. I want to know the Exact location of the multimeter leads on the batteries in both instances.

I went back and changed the wrong statement! i made couple replies back----Cart leads--- Red lead right side, black lead left side. Now what i find now is this.There is a quiet click, that comes from the rear of the cart,you have to push the pedal with one finger,,,and listen closely. It makes me think that there is corrode wire end somewhere. Because isn't getting the electricity.Is there exposed connections underneath the car? under a cover or something i can check,


Now the battery voltage is as follows ,front of these batteries, i get 25 volts end to end of these 4 batteries.-at the rear backside of these batteries i get 51.volts. how can this be? voltage isn't right is it? Should be 51 volts front or back of this bank of batteries? Bob s
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Unread 04-18-2015, 12:32 PM   #19
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I went back and changed the wrong statement! i made couple replies back----Cart leads--- Red lead right side, black lead left side. Now what i find now is this.There is a quiet click, that comes from the rear of the cart,you have to push the pedal with one finger,,,and listen closely. It makes me think that there is corrode wire end somewhere. Because isn't getting the electricity.Is there exposed connections underneath the car? under a cover or something i can check,


Now the battery voltage is as follows ,front of these batteries, i get 25 volts end to end of these 4 batteries.-at the rear backside of these batteries i get 51.volts. how can this be? voltage isn't right is it? Should be 51 volts front or back of this bank of batteries? Bob s

I check the batteries end of one bank to other side of cart front and back. and get two different voltages

i get 12 volts tad more on each battery as i check each indivdual battery thru all 4 of them
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If it would be easier, perhaps call David and then post the results
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