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Unread 07-26-2015, 10:26 AM   #1
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Default 2000 CC Regen2 Dead - what to do -

Sergio,and others, helped me confirm controller is dead.
#1. If I buy new controller ,can a bad OBC cause controller damage?
#2. Cart was not charging 1 day before controller went bad ,I don't want to replace controller if a bad OBC can cause new controller problems?

#3 Could a bad motor cause Controller problems?
#4 Any one have a Regen 2 motor test?

Would like to simplify the cart,if a kit exists,or just replace controller.

I really didn't want to rewire the entire cart ,and change to Mcor from v glide .
I have the rocker switch FNR too ,would have to change motor ,controller and wire harness...

I was on Scotty b site as well as Revolution ...they looked like upgrades from old resistor carts ? Didn't know if controllers come programmed or not.
If anyone could help,it would be appreciated! thanks
2000 CC ,Sepex, Regen 2 ,48v ,with V-glide
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Unread 07-26-2015, 11:33 AM   #2
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1998/1999 PowerDrive System 48 Vehicle Maintenance & Service Supplement
1998/1999 PowerDrive Plus Vehicle Maintenance & Service Supplement Publication Part No. 101968405
1998/1999 V-Glide 36-Volt Vehicle Maintenance & Service Supplement Publication Part No. 101968406


I think the V=glide is the 36 volt car,

I have a tow switch, rocker FNR , my motor is a 3.2 HP 101854501,

controller is IC3645SH4D222C2, and the multi-step pedal,

my number is A9950, so it seems mine is 14 days away from being a 2000 model,


My thought would be verify the cart as it is, harness and connectors, motor and controller, pedal

then Scotty should have a controller that is right above stock, and should be flexible on inputs to it, good set of cables and the charger can be set up to not use the OBC,

link to motor test

2001 Club Car Motor Testing
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This is what I have ,isn't this the v-glide system ..I don't have a part number for this either...48v CC
Sepex, Regen 2 ,FnR rocker switch ,run/tow switch..
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This is the motor ..same as yours ..
I can read part number..
Sorry couldn't post pics together..
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Need a Model #...
Here is the controller it's the 16 pin Regen 2 Sepex .. With run /tow switch and FnR rocker switch
I cant read the model number on the unit ...though ....if you have the same controller ,I could use the part Number!
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IC3645SH4D222C2- is the number on my GE controller,

Multi-step Potentiometer is on the 48 volt cars,...
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Unread 07-27-2015, 10:19 AM   #7
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I think the V=glide is the 36 volt car
What he's saying is...yours LOOKS like a V-Glide - but its wired differently and is called a multi-step potentiometer.
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I was on Scotty b site as well as Revolution ...they looked like upgrades from old resistor carts ? Didn't know if controllers come programmed or not
You may not be able to rely on ScottyB's website to provide the latest info on a Regen 2 compatible controller, because the XCT controller to do that is VERY new. You'll have to contact him for details, I think.
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Thankyou! The potentiometer only has small wires into and out of ...didn't know that was a differance v-glide vs multi step potentiometer ,thanks for the controller part number!
IC3645SH4D222C2
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