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Unread 08-12-2019, 06:32 PM   #21
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Default Re: Early 95 DS 48v V-Glide POT

I think what threw me off (no excuse) is the wires in the diagram appear: longest going to the micro-switch, and short distance going to controller when the opposite is true. I was testing from the wrong 2 wires all along.
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Unread 08-12-2019, 06:45 PM   #22
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So, after this self-inflicted debacle, are the other readings showing a problem with reverse?
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I have never seen one of those carts in person so if that is the normal place where the resistor is installed, it would not have been where I would expect it.

The range in forward is within the 5% tolerance.

Did you connect those two wires that go to the micro switch together to see if you get a 0-2.5kΩ range?
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No I have not Sergio. Thanks for your help and patience with my lack of knowledge with these MSP's.

When I hook the 2 together how would I attach the leads to test? Same as I have been I suppose? (The ones to the controller)
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Thank you Sergio. As always your help and knowledge is greatly appreciated.
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I have never seen one of those carts in person so if that is the normal place where the resistor is installed, it would not have been where I would expect it.
That is the OEM location for it...
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Start to Finish MC, Good Job!!

Won't be long and this will be your pond we are all wading in....
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Y'all have to excuse my ignorance today. My lovely help has had me distracted.
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