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Unread 03-30-2017, 02:45 PM   #1
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Default Verify my Install Please (Alltrax and Solenoid)

Unfortunately I suffer from being too dumb to take before photos so I need a little help from all the guru's here. The cart in question is a 2006 Precedent IQ.

Can you guys take a look at the photos and verify everything looks okay up to this point? I am about to go buy batteries after I get this figured out.

I marked a few items in the pictures in hopes of having a few questions answered.

1, 2, 3, 4 - Where do these go? lol
5 - I followed the OBC bypass guide and just want to make sure I understand it right. All I need to do is solder the blue and white wire together, correct?

Only other questions at this point are... Does it matter what way the diode is facing? Where does the resistor pictured go and do I even need it?









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Unread 03-30-2017, 02:49 PM   #2
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Here are two more photos just with better angles.






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Unread 03-30-2017, 03:32 PM   #3
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#1 Male Yellow Bullet: negative for accessories, it needs to Connect to B- or Pack Negative battery Post.

#2 Blue Female Quick connect: Could be Tow/Run Switch, do you have both wires there already?

#3 Curtis IQDM Port: Not used.

#4 Red male quick Connect: Main Harness Power, it needs to be connected to the Solenoid big post on the battery side.

#5 OBC by-pass: Connect those 2 wires together.

The diode is directional and installed correctly.

Part in plastic bag: Pre-charge resistor, Not used with the XCT controller.
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#1 Male Yellow Bullet: negative for accessories, it needs to Connect to B- or Pack Negative battery Post.

#2 Blue Female Quick connect: Could be Tow/Run Switch, do you have both wires there already?

#3 Curtis IQDM Port: Not used.

#4 Red male quick Connect: Main Harness Power, it needs to be connected to the Solenoid big post on the battery side.

#5 OBC by-pass: Connect those 2 wires together.

The diode is directional and installed correctly.

Part in plastic bag: Pre-charge resistor, Not used with the XCT controller.
Thanks. #2 is the 10 gauge blue wire. It feeds the light harness.
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Thanks everyone! So does the 10ga blue hook to a positive somewhere?


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That should be the last wire you connect.

Where it connects will depend on where Your 48v->12v Converter is installed.

If You install the converter up front, then after everything has been properly spliced on the front harness, that wire will connect to pack positive +48v.

If the Converter is installed on the back of the cart, that wire will connect to the +12v output of your converter.
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Thanks everyone for the help! Sorry for the delay in getting back to you all.

Sergio, I have ordered a converter but I am not going to install it until I get everything back together and verify things work. If something doesn't work I am hoping it is easy to troubleshoot without having all the lights and stuff installed. Then once everything is good to go I will go back and install the fun stuff. I know it doubles the work but I hate changing so many things at once.

I am almost done with the battery conversion and am going to start making the battery wires tonight. Can someone verify this is correct?

Also, when someone refers to pack positive and pack negative are they referring to the main negative and positive battery posts?

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That should be the last wire you connect.

Where it connects will depend on where Your 48v->12v Converter is installed.

If You install the converter up front, then after everything has been properly spliced on the front harness, that wire will connect to pack positive +48v.

If the Converter is installed on the back of the cart, that wire will connect to the +12v output of your converter.
Sergio, out of curiosity if that wire is connected to the Pack Positive is it sending 48v to the front of the cart? I am guessing I probably have to install the converter in order to get the battery light hooked up properly right?
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Your battery wiring is correct.

The battery post labeled "Solenoid" is also called Pack Positive.

The battery post labeled "Controller B-" is also called Pack negative.

When the 48v->12v Converter is installed up front, the 10ga blue wire carries the +48v to the Converter input.

This thread below has more information and wiring diagrams about it:
2010 CC Precedent Light Kit - Wiring to aftermarket reducer
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