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Unread 01-19-2016, 03:10 PM   #1
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hi I have a 2005 48v club car that wont move I have replaced the throttle assembly the solenoid the controller the charging computer the key switch the motor and the forward/reverse switch I have battery voltage at the controller and the solenoid the solenoid clicks as soon as the key is turned on and it does not matter which position the f/r switch is in or if you hit the accelerator pedal I am just at a loss on what to do next any help is appreciated
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Unread 01-19-2016, 03:38 PM   #2
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Default Re: 05 48v club car wont move

When did this problem start?
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Unread 01-19-2016, 03:53 PM   #3
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Could you post serial number of cart. That way we can look at the correct wiring diagram.
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Unread 01-19-2016, 04:49 PM   #4
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following thread.... waiting for serial number
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Unread 01-20-2016, 07:52 AM   #5
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aq0517-498177 started about 2 months ago
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Unread 01-20-2016, 09:14 AM   #6
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Ok the solenoid should not click until the pedal is pressed. The small wires on the solenoid should be blue/white on the left. Neg. side. Unplug it and see what happens. We will start there. Hopefully David, or Sergio will jump in here.

The Pos. Light blue wire supplies pack voltage to the solenoid when key is turned on. The controller supplies Neg. to the light blue wire when the pedal is pressed.

Let's find out if the solenoid does not click with the wire off. After that we will know where to check from there.
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yea I thought it was suppose to click when you hit the pedal and not right away that's what stumped me I am currently charging the cart back up the batterys got a little weak over the weekend and I haven't messed with it since last week so its plugged in now I took the blue wire with the white runner off the solenoid neg. side im going to test it when the batteries get back to full charge probably this afternoon and I will post what the results of those tests now the charging computer that's mounted next to the controller does the ground cable have to go through that because the original one that was on there the cable was rerouted around the computer board so that's how I put it back on I can easily change that I was just wondering
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before when I tested the power at the solenoid I have full battery voltage on the positive side of the solenoid and roughly 1.5v drop to the negative side is that normal?
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The large battery cable from number 6 battery neg does go through the charge computer " called OBC ". On board computer. The charger is controlled by that OBC.

The voltage will less on the other side of the solenoid because the pre charge resistor drops the voltage. The small wires on the solenoid are to the coil that make it close. With your meter neg probe on pack neg you should get pack voltage when you put the pos. Probe on the light blue wire of the solenoid only when the key is on and the pedal is pressed.

Then when you put the pos. Probe of your meter on the number 1 battery pos. And the meter neg. probe on the blue/white wire you should only get pack voltage when the key is on and the pedal is pressed.

One of those seem to be wrong at this time.
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I think you have the solenoid welded closed. The reason I say that is because I've heard others say before that they have a 20v drop across the solenoid due to the precharge resistor. Try taking all of the wires off one of the big connectors on the solenoid and see what you measure in ohms. It should be an open the meter should indicate OL.
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