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Unread 02-16-2009, 09:43 AM   #11
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Default Re: Dangers of 36v to 48v. HELP!!

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Thanks Scotty.
Should the master click before any movement is seen? My master clicks and then you have to press a little further for the cart to move. the two next to the master is new as well.
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Yes! That is how it should work .
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Unread 02-16-2009, 09:44 AM   #12
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Default Re: Dangers of 36v to 48v. HELP!!

You said next to the master is new? that is your slowest speed. So your problem may be elsewhere....
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Default Re: Dangers of 36v to 48v. HELP!!

THere is a silver metal box under the driver's seat ... in it are 5 micro switches = 1 for each solenoid.
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Default Re: Dangers of 36v to 48v. HELP!!

They are operated by a plastic slide attached to the peddle linkage.
You may have a bad switch
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Default Re: Dangers of 36v to 48v. HELP!!

Good deal. i will try that today maybe, my wife is having a hen party tonight and i will have to passify the kids so we will see. Also my lift is coming in today so i should have something to do the rest of the week.
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Default Re: Dangers of 36v to 48v. HELP!!

You can use your voltmeter to see if all of the solenoids are recieving the activation current from the micso switches before you start tearing into the little box......do this on jack stands for safety!
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Default Re: Dangers of 36v to 48v. HELP!!

when you check the switches they should make an audible click when manually activated .... no click / no work. Of course you can test with a voltmeter to be sure.....Good Luck
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i am putting the cart on a car lift to do the lift so we could do it then and be better off. thanks.
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Hello jakew6 and Welcome to the forum.
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thanks for the welcome, its been a world of help already. My neighbor just called and said the lift came in and maybe I can get some photos up by the weekend.
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