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Unread 06-22-2019, 11:45 AM   #11
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To Nolefan4ever - can you test controller if sent to you? I'm in Rochester ny area. Looks like you are in Fl so can't bring cart. Wish I could.
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Unread 06-22-2019, 06:25 PM   #12
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Since you got voltage at the keysw that means your fuses are good. Check this . Does your reverse buzzer sound when you put it in reverse? Since those wire connected to the OBC it may have taken it out. BTW this is assuming a 2007 Carryall 2 electric has an OBC.
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Unread 06-22-2019, 08:11 PM   #13
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BTW this is assuming a 2007 Carryall 2 electric has an OBC.
It does....
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Did some voltage checks yesterday. Battery - to key switch line = 49.8V. With key switch off load side of switch is 1.5V. With key on, 49.8. Battery minus to solenoid in = 50.1V. Battery - to solenoid out = 12.7V. Battery minus to Controller B+ terminal = 12.7V.
Is this with the Go Pedal depressed?
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To Nolefan4ever - can you test controller if sent to you? I'm in Rochester ny area. Looks like you are in Fl so can't bring cart. Wish I could.
No sir, we can do testing from here to verify a controller issue.
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Reverse buzzer doesn't sound. Cart does have an OBC. Voltage data provided is not with the go pedal depressed.
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From the resistor you should have .5 to 1 volt less on the controller side then you do on the battery side of the solenoid. You need the pedal depressed to activate the MCOR MS. It is one of the permissives needed to pull the low side for the activation coil.
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Try bypassing the OBC charging lockout. There is a connector coming out of the OBC. Unplug it and on the female connection side you need to jumper the white and blue wires together. To do this bend a paper clip so you can insert into the white and blue wire holes in the plug.
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Unread 06-26-2019, 08:10 PM   #19
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Can't do these checks until Friday, but will do and provide feedback. Thanks to all for efforts to help me through this.
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