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Unread 08-17-2015, 05:21 PM   #51
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Installed new Obc ... Cart runs....BUT......won't charge, cart does have 50.7v,cart may be full? so I was woundering what voltage the charger needs to see to come on? I have 2 working chargers (they work on my other carts) but cart I'm working on ,won't charge on either charger (48v club car regen 2)
Also the new Obc square plug for regen 2 has a purple wire thats not used? Does anyone know what this is for?
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Unread 08-17-2015, 06:49 PM   #52
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Default Re: 2000 48v Club Car Regen 2 Dead

Is the main neg battery cable routed through the OBC.

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Charger should come on when reconnected after about 20-30 sec.
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Unread 08-17-2015, 07:57 PM   #53
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Also, if the chargers don't even click, make sure you connected the positive wire from charger receptacle to pack positive.
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Unread 08-17-2015, 09:09 PM   #54
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Yes ground is thru OBC comes that way. Yes, red charge line is on. Charger does click for a sec when its supposed too ,after I plug in the cart,but no charge.
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How about the 2 negative wires from the OBC to B- and to charger receptacle?
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Both on ..one from from pack neg to b- and the other smaller one from receptical, is also on b-, thats how the old one was.
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Pack voltage is at 50.7 v for 48 v system ,what peak current level would the charger not charge ? About 8 secs after plug in ,charger clicks but no current , checked charger on another cart ,works fine. ?
There is also a purple wire coming from the new Obc ,that is tucked inside of new Obc wire casing,but has a butt connector on it,looks like a test lead..?
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Both on ..one from from pack neg to b- and the other smaller one from receptical, is also on b-, thats how the old one was.
That is not correct.

From receptacle negative a 10ga wire goes to the OBC.

A different 10ga wire goes from OBC to controller B-.

That is how the OBC regulates the charging current, the negative needs to run through the SCR inside the OBC.

I hope the OBC you got was the correct part number for that model year, they are different from the newer OBCs.

I know the Precedent has a "purple" wire on the OBC side that is not used in the harness side, but I thought the old carts actually used that wire to control when Regen was allowed.

The older OBCs also provide considerable more current out of the Blue wire than the newer ones.

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Unread 08-17-2015, 10:48 PM   #59
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Wires are correct i just explained it wrong ..it may not be the correct Obc .. It is for a regen 2 ,has the square 6 pin connector , but it did say precedent ..it doesn't look the same ...new one has a smaller Obc ,but my old one is orginal ...do you have the correct part number I need for Obc ? My orginal one is made by :
Lester part # 19975-88
I could not locate a cross ref number for a new one ..
This is what I have.....
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Unread 08-17-2015, 11:54 PM   #60
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Regen2 is the same as Powerdrive Plus....

I think the part # is AM1229201 / 101909902, for that year, but I would wait for someone else to confirm it.

Actually, check with a site sponsors next time, they have a better price:
http://www.revolutiongolfcars.com/#!...8-2001-regen-2

I forgot, that cart had a fuse on the back of the charger receptacle for the negative wire. I bet is blown.
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