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Unread 04-26-2015, 01:39 PM   #1
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Controller Is it under the black cover? New at this remember 4 bolts hold it on to the aluminum backing plate?/The large loop of wires!! feed thru the seat backrest- aluminum plate or. Which one is the controller??????? bob s thank you got get one before this week is out.
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Unread 04-26-2015, 02:52 PM   #2
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I think you have changed or worked on everything except the controller. If you replaced ur solenoid then u had to have disconnected the pos wire going to controller.
You really should take pictures and post with ur ?'s. If u can post an avatar and copy quotes u can post pics and follow thru with the tests that are offered. Batter up...
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Unread 04-26-2015, 03:12 PM   #4
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I think you have changed or worked on everything except the controller. If you replaced ur solenoid then u had to have disconnected the pos wire going to controller.
You really should take pictures and post with ur ?'s. If u can post an avatar and copy quotes u can post pics and follow thru with the tests that are offered. Batter up...
yes i put a new solenoid on this cart, wasn't sure, its easy, if you have done it more than week. i lack that.


So its the under the the plastic cover on the right facing the cart,from behind?I have 80% of what i need to know. And yes i can post pictures but anyone who has a cart and Knows them, can just say right side under plastic cover. not everyone needs picture. Done all the tests i know how to do. I came to the controller must be bad.. Thanks to Tahoe Dawg

When looking at the wires they pass thru a hole in the seat backer, left then of the controller.They don't come out in the motor compartment- so that must be the computer aayy


i can build you a sweet; street rod or Kustom 50 Merc!! but these carts .elude me sorry.
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Testing controller

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you can bypass the controller for testing only.*

jack the rear tires off the ground and put the cart on jack stands. Jump b- and m- at the controller to bypass the controller.*make the final connection away from the controller(connect 2 jumper wires to controller and touch them together )*and*raise the rear tires off the ground*before jumping the controller, it's going to run at wide open throttle. If it runs with the jumper i'd say the controller is bad.don't let the cart run at full speed with the rear tires off the ground..
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thank you "Crash test Dummy" just what i needed out to the garage to take it out-- thank you buddy bob s
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a picture is worth a 1000 words ... i agree with EPB this is not only for our benefit to see what your talking about but for others with less knowledge to see what we are talking about and help them learn
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Here's for the IQ (Dave posted one of a Regen2)

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Remove the access panel under the sweater basket. Then remove the black environmental protection cover of the controller, 2 screws. Then carefully undo all of the controller connections. Then remove the 3 screws holding the controller on and remove it
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[QUOTE=CCFanatic;1146961]Here's for the IQ (Dave posted one of a Regen2)

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Remove the access panel under the sweater basket. Then remove the black environmental protection cover of the controller, 2 screws. Then carefully undo all of the controller connections. Then remove the 3 screws holding the controller on and remove it[/QUOTE


Thank You CC

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Going out in the morning and try CTD s tip bob
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a picture is worth a 1000 words ... i agree with EPB this is not only for our benefit ,to see what your talking about but for others with less knowledge to see what we are talking about and help them learn
I agree CTD but i have less than a week- to get this rig rolling. before 450 hotrods come to town. Her and i seem to do alot of the runnin around during this show.I used to walk this 5 acres- close to 40 years now, Can't! and won't! again without this Club car.

Talk about less knowledge, you'er dealing with him now.pictures are worth a 1000 words.all you did was post this link and i learned in one minute where words take forever............when you are rushed.

Have a great week all! and Thank you for the help! much appreciated bob
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