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Unread 07-13-2019, 09:05 AM   #1
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Question about the 400 amp fuse where can I put it where it would be safe I have seen pictures and posts placing it off the main battery terminal positive Iíve also heard putting it on the B+ of the Alltrax XCT controller. I am assembling the controller now and I am at the point of placing the fuse just looking for a good place to put it
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Unread 07-13-2019, 09:26 AM   #2
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Electrons move from negative to positive, however that is a talk for another day. According to Alltrax, it dosn't matter just put it somewhere, however when they are near a battery they could get that corrosion funk between the layers that make up these fuses, I place mine on the controller. I have had corrosion infected fuses that gave me some serious heartache
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Electrons move from negative to positive, however that is a talk for another day. According to Alltrax, it dosn't matter just put it somewhere, however when they are near a battery they could get that corrosion funk between the layers that make up these fuses, I place mine on the controller. I have had corrosion infected fuses that gave me some serious heartache
Thanks LabRat I appreciate the info. I was hoping to put it off the controller and not on a battery terminal
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I've put many on the controller B- and on the Solenoid B+. Both are clean logical places to install the fuse.
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HELP!!! I Put everything together but the cart and forward goes in reverse and in reverse goes forward what wires do I need to swap
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Unread 07-13-2019, 04:34 PM   #6
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Scotty B is the man! Sold me an Alltrax XCT and 400a diode form my cart. Installed with easy to follow directions. Even helped with the above issue.

Holy crap is the cart fast!! Spun the tires on gravel roads, great response should have done this sooner.

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HELP!!! I Put everything together but the cart and forward goes in reverse and in reverse goes forward what wires do I need to swap
Just to clear this up for others following or reading the thread, on an XCT (or any sepex cart) when you install the controller and your directions are reversed, you need to go back and swap the F1 & F2 cables to correct the field.
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Unread 07-14-2019, 07:32 AM   #8
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Could not agree more with that!

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