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Unread 07-12-2015, 05:20 PM   #1
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Default How to test 01 regen motor? I seen it earlier but cat find it now.

Can someone post how to test my motor on 01 CC regen 2? Please
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Unread 07-14-2015, 12:17 AM   #2
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Test Procedure 1 - Internal Short Circuits
1. Disconnect batteries as shown (Figure 15-1, Page 15-2) and discharge the controller as instructed in
WARNING on page 15-1.
2. Using two wrenches to prevent post from turning, disconnect wires from terminals on motor.
3. Using a multimeter set to 200 ohms (

W), place the black (-) probe on the motor housing. Scratch
through the paint to ensure a good connection. Place the red (+) probe on the A1, A2, S1, and S2 terminals
respectively (Figure 15-2, Page 15-2). Multimeter should indicate no continuity. If the readings
are incorrect, the motor will need to be removed from the vehicle and repaired by a qualified technician.
See Motor Removal, Page 15-3.
3.1. An incorrect reading from A1 or A2 terminal indicates three possible problems; a grounded A1 or
A2 terminal, a grounded wire in the brush area, or a grounded armature/commutator. If the S1 or
S2 reading is incorrect, it could be due to a grounded S1 or S2 terminal or a grounded field coil.

Test Procedure 2 - Armature Circuit Open
1. Disconnect the batteries as shown (Figure 15-1, Page 15-2) and discharge the controller as instructed
in the WARNING on page 15-1.
2. Using two wrenches to prevent the post from turning, disconnect the wires from the A1 and A2 terminals.
Using a multimeter set to 200 ohms, place the red (+) probe on the A1 terminal and the black (-)
probe on the A2 terminal (Figure 15-2, Page 15-2). The multimeter should indicate continuity. If the
reading is incorrect, a possible open or poor contact in a brush assembly and/or open armature windings
may be the cause. The motor will need to be removed from the vehicle and repaired by a qualified
technician. See Motor Removal.
Test Procedure 3 - Field Circuit Open
1. Disconnect the batteries as shown (Figure 15-1, Page 15-2) and discharge the controller as instructed
in the WARNING on page 15-1.
2. Using two wrenches to prevent the post from turning, disconnect the wires from the S1 and S2 terminals.
Using a multimeter set to 200 ohms, place the red (+) probe on the S1 terminal and the black (-)
probe on the S2 terminal (Figure 15-2, Page 15-2). The reading should be continuity. If the reading is
incorrect, there may be an open field coil or bad connections at terminals. Remove motor from vehicle
and send to a qualified technician for repair. See Motor Removal.
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Unread 07-14-2015, 12:31 PM   #3
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This should be a "sticky"
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This should be a "sticky"
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