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Unread 07-25-2018, 06:52 PM   #11
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I have done all the changes and plug in the old charger and nothing. Should the meter on the charger do something?
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Unread 07-25-2018, 06:55 PM   #12
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I have done all the changes and plug in the old charger and nothing. Should the meter on the charger do something?
If the charger was working before it should now... How did you bypass the OBC?
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Unread 07-25-2018, 07:22 PM   #13
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I ran a 10 g wire from the back of the plug where the bubble fuse is to the neg. battery #1
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You should be running the 10G to the 6th battery, where it goes into the OBC, not the number 1
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I am sorry I did do it to #6 and I took the yellow wire off the small post of the Solenoid and added wire to it and took it also it also to the same neg. post. Now about the charger, I took it to my local shop he plug it in and said it was working.
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I ran a 10 g wire from the back of the plug where the bubble fuse is to the neg. battery #1
Yes, as SWM stated, it needs to go to the Main Pack Neg, along with the grey sense wire. And be sure that fuse is not blown!! Test it with a continuity meter.
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I am sorry I did do it to #6 and I took the yellow wire off the small post of the Solenoid and added wire to it and took it also it also to the same neg. post. Now about the charger, I took it to my local shop he plug it in and said it was working.
Then double check our directions on correctly bypassing the OBC, and then if all is correct, pull out the receptacle as you have a bad pin or a wire broken loose on the inside of it. This is after you verified the fuse is good.
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Unread 07-25-2018, 08:02 PM   #18
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I did what this post said, All model years of the Series carts, the OBC provided the negative side for the Solenoid on the Yellow wire.
95-03 Series DS wiring Diagram
You need to run the Yellow wire that is connected to the solenoid small post directly to Controller B- or pack negative.

You need to run the black 10ga negative wire from the back of the charger receptacle directly to pack negative.
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I did what this post said, All model years of the Series carts, the OBC provided the negative side for the Solenoid on the Yellow wire.
95-03 Series DS wiring Diagram
You need to run the Yellow wire that is connected to the solenoid small post directly to Controller B- or pack negative.

You need to run the black 10ga negative wire from the back of the charger receptacle directly to pack negative.
And you need to run the grey sense wire to that same Pack Neg to utilize the Powerdrive Charger. It will not be needed with an aftermarket charger, but the Powerdrive will not come on with out it. (Unless you jumper out the relay inside the charger.)
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Unread 07-25-2018, 08:15 PM   #20
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Ok got it. I sorry I am just a women trying to do this on my own and hope I can.
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