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Unread 04-04-2016, 04:48 PM   #11
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It was a good fit with a 6" lift doing it from below. Almost ran out of arm strength before the teeth finally matched up and slid on.
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Unread 04-04-2016, 06:06 PM   #12
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Scottyb I know you said check after 12hr but I went ahead and did a check when the charger cut off. After was 52.7. Each battery said 8.8 except 2 of the 2 it read 8.77. I ran cart to wide open hit 10mph it read 50.2 second run was barley an incline it read 49.7. I'll throw the charger back on the do the 12 hr check in the morning.


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After the 12hrs this morning the whole pack was 52.0v. Each battery was around 8.6


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Measure the voltage between the Yellow wire (throttle output) and B- at the controller.

You should get close to 5v with pedal down for the cart to go full speed.
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Which one is the throttle output on this diagram?


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The yellow wire going to controller number 3 terminal.
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Thanks I'll check it when I get back to the house


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I had 4.77v when pressed all the way down


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What controller do You have now?

Also, check the pedal linkage to make sure it is not worn out:
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I just bought my controller from scottyb in January I believe it's the fsip 700amp


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