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Unread 12-02-2015, 11:29 AM   #1
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Default Stealth 64v

I have a stealth 64v cart that I'm trying to determine if the controller is bad. It is on a club DS chassis so that's why I've put it here. If any one has any testing procedures for this cart it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Unread 12-02-2015, 11:36 AM   #2
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Default Re: Stealth 64v

It's the same as a Club Car series car. First you need to make sure you're getting proper voltage and throttle signal to the controller. To test for voltage, put your voltmeter on 200Volts DC and put the red lead on the B+ post of the controller and the black lead on B-. Put the cart in forward and depress the accelerator and make the solenoid click. You should see full battery voltage on the screen. This indicated that voltage is coming to the controller. Next, test the throttle signal. You'll see 3 different blade terminals plugged into the controller labeled 1 2 3. Unplug 2 and 3. Set your meter to 20k ohms and insert the leads into the ends of these wires. With the key on and the switch in forward, you should see approximately 6800 ohms at no throttle and 1100 ohms at full throttle. This indicates that you're getting full throttle to the controller. Next, rule the motor out as a possibility. Unhook the main positive and main negative battery wires from the battery pack. Next, remove the A2 wire and the S2 wire from the motor. Set your meter for resistance or continuity testing. You should check for continuity between A1 and A2 and again from S1 to S2. If you have continuity in both places, that indicates that the motor is in good shape and will run. If you don't, the motor is the issue.

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