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Unread 05-02-2016, 07:52 PM   #21
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thanks, I'm hoping it only a fuse.....I believe the batteries are definitely junk
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Unread 06-03-2016, 11:19 AM   #22
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finally got around to working on this thing, luckily, I didn't mess anything up although I do have a bad limit switch on the F&R switch. going to get batteries and see what it will do,
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Unread 06-05-2016, 01:46 AM   #24
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got batteries...cart runs 20-21mph on flat ground with 20" tires and 6" lift.....climbs strong....gonna run it bit and see how it does before upgrading...thanks for everyones input.
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big test today....didn't go well, was climbing a pretty good hill and heard what sounded like a wire vaporize and it quit, now it doesn't move but I can hear each solenoid click as I push the accelerator. the cart was kind of surging prior to quitting and I don't see any wires burned. the odd part is the horn used to work but doesn't now( it is wired to the last 2 batteries in the series.....any suggestions? thanks in advance
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check the pack voltage
check the coils
my fear is it's the motor


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WARNING you don't want to make a big spark anywhere near the battery.


note : use 2 wrenches on motor studs to keep them from spinning
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hey CTD, I was actually looking at a thread you had posted with that same picture and thought I need to look this thing over again since the horn is connected to the last 2 batteries(it was eating at me) and lo and behold, right in front of me(don't know how 3 of us overlooked it...lol) but the positive post on the last battery(new battery) had melted allowing the cable and post to slide ever so slightly allowing it to look as though it was connected. kinda worries me what could have caused that, any ideas?
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yea... loose nut or bad cable will cause heat and melt the lead

repair it

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will do, was afraid something more may have caused that. the loose nut is probably me...lol.
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check nuts weekly
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