|02-29-2016, 01:40 PM||#1|
Not Yet Wild
Join Date: Dec 2013
48v 97 shorted issues, wont turn or go
i am in tremendous help from you guys..
i have a 48v 1997 CC that was given to me by my no-longer-alive little sister in law that i think i screwed up royally...
Car ran fine, no issues, everything worked good until i wanted to put a battery meter that she had and when i was trying to connect it, one of the wires touched each other while trying to connect the meter making a huge flash and melting the wires!!(negative and positive wires at the 48v posts)
I immediately pulled the wires but it was too late..
When i press the go pedal, it clicks but does not go.
I have check the charger port fuse and its good. The "fuse/resistors" on the solenoid is good too..
I traced all the wires i tested them for continuity and they seem ok
Battery shows 48v-49v still...
Checked the key switch and still works.
Reverse buzzer still works while R is engaged..
I am new to the club car world and I have reading non stop to try to figure this out but any guidance on what to start troubleshooting would be a great help..
I am not asking you guys to solve my self-caused problem, but to help me narrow it down for me to troubleshoot
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|02-29-2016, 09:43 PM||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2009
Re: 48v 97 shorted issues, wont turn or go
First, we need your serial number to determine the drive system. Next, put the charger on the cart. 48-49v is only about 50% SOC for a 48v pack.
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