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Unread 09-30-2015, 11:14 PM   #21
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Seven grn blinks and solid grn is 5k-3 wire throttle and good to go. No Faults.
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Unread 09-30-2015, 11:15 PM   #22
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The solenoid obviously cycles when you turn on the key. I've seen that before with certain aftermarket controllers. The solenoid is also supposed to click once the micro switch in the mcor closes when you depress the pedal. On the IQ system, the controller disperses the energy to the solenoid and makes it click. I'm thinking that the failed micro switch in the MCOR is causing the controller not to get a signal from the MCOR, therefore it's not making the solenoid click when you press the pedal.
Ok thanks for the explanation.

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Seven grn blinks and solid grn is 5k-3 wire throttle and good to go. No Faults.
Thanks, do have any idea why my cart will not drive now?

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Unread 10-01-2015, 07:57 AM   #24
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Thanks, do have any idea why my cart will not drive now?

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The fact that the controller says it's good to go just backs up my theory. It's waiting on the command from the mcor to go, but it's not getting it.
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The fact that the controller says it's good to go just backs up my theory. It's waiting on the command from the mcor to go, but it's not getting it.
I agree
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The fact that the controller says it's good to go just backs up my theory. It's waiting on the command from the mcor to go, but it's not getting it.
Man I hope that's all it is. That's crazy it could go out after I pulled cart into shop and replaced obc, but I've seen crazier. I'll try your test when I get home.

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It's an Alltrax controller. D&D is just who sold it. I'm anxious to see what you find with the diagnosis within the controller. I'm almost willing to lean towards an MCOR failure. The MCOR is the black throttle control device underneath the passenger's floorboard. The micro switch inside the MCOR can fail and cause the cart not to run. It can be temporarily jumped or bypassed to see if it has failed. Jack the back of the cart up and get the tires off of the ground before you do it. Unplug the 2 pin square connector from the MCOR and jump the wires together within the connector and see if it'll run. If it does, replace the MCOR with part number AM293101 MCOR4 conversion kit.
Ok, just removed plug from mcor and jumped out the 2 wire plug with a paper clip and still nothing. I even wiggled the clip inside plug to make sure of good connection. Any more suggestions? This is so frustrating.

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Ok, just removed plug from mcor and jumped out the 2 wire plug with a paper clip and still nothing. I even wiggled the clip inside plug to make sure of good connection. Any more suggestions? This is so frustrating.

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Did you try to operate the cart with the jumper in place?
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Did you try to operate the cart with the jumper in place?
Yes, I tried every combo I could think of to get some results but nothing.

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Did you verify you had 48v at the 2 pin connector when you put the jumper?

Does the reverse buzzer sounds in reverse?
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