|06-10-2015, 08:18 PM||#1|
Not Yet Wild
Join Date: Jun 2015
99 DS New Batteries Low Speed Help
I have a DS cart with a controller. I just bought new batteries today and took it for a spin. Very slow going up hill. It has been sitting for a year prior to replacing the batteries. It is mainly used at the coast and does have a bit of corrosion . It was slow prior to replacing the batteries but they were very old(2006 ). I am currently charging the new batteries for the first time. Cables are OK. Cleaned them up and appear to be good. What I do see is the connections to the motor are pretty rusted. To the point that I feel that if I try to remove the nuts that I might break off the studs. I do not know how the studs out of the motor are mounted/installed and do not want to break them off. This looks like where I do not have a good connection. Any advice as to how to deal with the motor connections? I am going to check the multi step potentiometer tomorrow, as I read a bit on this.
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|06-10-2015, 10:22 PM||#2|
Old Sky Soldier
Join Date: Dec 2011
Re: 99 DS New Batteries Low Speed Help
Spray PB blaster on those studs, let it stay a few days. Always use two wrenches on the motor studs.
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