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lil guy 07-06-2019 03:49 PM

1999 Club Car DS
 
My neighbor has a 1999 Club Car DS electric. Any ideas as to why the only thing that works is the reverse buzzer? It won't even trigger the charger with good batteries in it. Thanks in advance, signed, LOST. :P

NoleFan4Ever 07-06-2019 10:39 PM

Re: 1999 Club Car DS
 
Is this a Series cart? Wondering if the OBC has failed....

lil guy 07-07-2019 02:05 PM

Re: 1999 Club Car DS
 
I doesn't have the tow switch. I tried the instructions for resetting the OBC to no avail. Not even sure where to begin. This is why I stick to gas. I have deeper understanding. :P

NoleFan4Ever 07-07-2019 09:28 PM

Re: 1999 Club Car DS
 
Then that is a Series cart and the OBC controls the charger (On, Off, profile, etc.) and it provides the Negative for solenoid activation.

First try and run a jumper wire from the main pack Negative post over to the same solenoid "small" post that has the small Yellow wire on it. See if the cart will move then and let us know....

handtools 07-07-2019 11:24 PM

Re: 1999 Club Car DS
 
Is it a 48v or 36v cart? It could be a resistor cart.

Mooncarter 07-07-2019 11:27 PM

Re: 1999 Club Car DS
 
Yep. Club Car made a lot of different carts about that time. 48 or 36 will tell us a lot.

lil guy 07-08-2019 04:36 PM

Re: 1999 Club Car DS
 
48V, 6 8 volt batteries. My neighbor appreciates your input, I appreciate the education. Thanks in advance.

lil guy 07-11-2019 11:04 PM

Re: 1999 Club Car DS
 
Well, Anybody interested in buying a 1999 Club Car DS 48V? I figured if I said it was for sale it wouldn't sit long on the 4th page of the forum.

handtools 07-15-2019 07:02 AM

Re: 1999 Club Car DS
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by NoleFan4Ever (Post 1633130)
Then that is a Series cart and the OBC controls the charger (On, Off, profile, etc.) and it provides the Negative for solenoid activation.

First try and run a jumper wire from the main pack Negative post over to the same solenoid "small" post that has the small Yellow wire on it. See if the cart will move then and let us know....

Have you tried this yet?

lil guy 07-15-2019 12:06 PM

Re: 1999 Club Car DS
 
We put the batteries individually on a 12v charger and brought them up to 7.5 volts. We then reconnected them and plugged in and the charger took right off. Thanks gents.


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