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Unread 09-10-2009, 07:30 PM   #1
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I suspect my motor in my 2000 48V Carryall might be bad...is ther a fairly simple test to "jump it out" to see if its spinning? Thanks in advance!
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Unread 09-10-2009, 07:41 PM   #2
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Default Re: 48V Motor Testing Procedure?

99.9% of all golf cart motors make it thru over 30 yrs of service without failure. An easy way to check is the continuity test. There should be continuity between F1 and F2 and between A1 and A2. But not between any A and any F terminal on the motor
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Default Re: 48V Motor Testing Procedure?

Also search the site for motor test and it shows you how to do it with jumper cables or from a couple of batteries.
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Also search the site for motor test and it shows you how to do it with jumper cables or from a couple of batteries.
There is a test procedure for series motors ONLY. Is this a series motor?
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2000 CC CARRYALL 48V elec. 3.1 HP motor. Don't know if its a series motor or not...how does one check? Thanks!
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