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Unread 11-01-2016, 08:14 AM   #11
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Use a multi meter with an ohm setting Ω to read the throttle signal out put. Simply plug the test leads into the 2 spade connector ends of the controller signal wires. All the multi-step V glides output 5k-0.
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Unread 11-01-2016, 09:42 AM   #12
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Use a multi meter with an ohm setting Ω to read the throttle signal out put. Simply plug the test leads into the 2 spade connector ends of the controller signal wires. All the multi-step V glides output 5k-0.
Let's be careful here, the 2-wire Vglide Multi-Step potentiometer is a 0-5kΩ rheostat device (the one I linked on my post).

The 3-wire VGlide Multi-Step potentiometer is a 0-5v device.

If You measure the resistance from the 2-wires that connect to the controller throttle pins, You will get 5k-0Ω, but the controller will not work unless the 3rd wire is connected to pack negative.
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Let's be careful here, the 2-wire Vglide Multi-Step potentiometer is a 0-5kΩ rheostat device (the one I linked on my post).

The 3-wire VGlide Multi-Step potentiometer is a 0-5v device.

If You measure the resistance from the 2-wires that connect to the controller throttle pins, You will get 5k-0Ω, but the controller will not work unless the 3rd wire is connected to pack negative.
My bad - you are correct there were a couple of early 1990 yrs of 0-5k V glides.....
Just not very common any more.
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Does anyone know the watts and ohms of the seven resistors in club car part number 101971101 Thanks in advance
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Unread 11-05-2016, 06:17 PM   #15
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I don't know exactly where it is but it's on this site somplace - I saw Sergio link somebody to it recently. Maybe try a search.
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multi-step resistor values needed

Look familiar Scotty?


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