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Unread 10-11-2009, 04:18 PM   #1
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Default 2005 Precedent wiring help

OK. I need some major help of the wiring of a 2005 Precedent IQ. Newbie might have messed something up.

So I was installing a lift kit on my 2005 Precedent. I disconnected only the white and orange wire on the motor. Unfortunately, I did not disconnect any power source. As I was moving the wires around, one of them touched something and sparked. I did not think much of it and proceeded with the lift install.

Once I was done with the install, I hooked the white wire to A2 (outside of the motor) and connected the orange wire to F2 (inner on on black part of motor). I am almost certain this was their location when I started. In fact, I found a diagram on the net (not sure if it was accurate) and it had the same location. Can someone verify that too???

Turned the key on, hit the gas, and nothing. I took the cover off of the computer area and noticed a clear piece of wire with a green resistor looking thing connecting the two yellow wires. The clear piece was hot and the green resistor was burning black and melting.

Can anyone help me with what I did, or am doing wrong?? I have an extra one of those clear pieces with the green thing in the middle but when I put it on and hit the key and gas, it starts getting hot too so I immediately disconnected it.

I checked the square fuse on the computer board wiring and it looks fine.

HELLLLLLP!

Oh yes, and another key piece of info I forgot. Yes I am stupid but when I initially was doing the white and orange wire removal, I forgot to unplug the charger so it was going too when all of this was happening. I have it disconnected now but still having the same problem. Is the hot on the clear piece normal? I wouldn't think so and the cart still does nothing when I try to reconnect it and push the gas.
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Unread 10-12-2009, 10:51 AM   #2
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It looks like you have the motor wired correctly.

When disconnecting the batteries, disconnect the negative first then the positive. To reconnect its the opposite; positive first then the negative.

Sorry, I'm not that good a trouble shooter - yet, so I can't help with the rest.

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Default Re: 2005 Precedent wiring help

Do you have a digital Volt meter if not go get one .
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Unread 10-12-2009, 01:01 PM   #4
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Do you have a digital Volt meter if not go get one .
Yes i do. when I test each end of the yellow wire without the resistor piece in the middle, I get 25 or so. The problem is, I have no idea what is normal or what to start troubleshooting.

It only appears to be getting hot when I put the F/R switch in F.

Any ideas are appreciated.
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Do you have a digital Volt meter if not go get one .
Yes i do. when I test each end of the yellow wire without the resistor piece in the middle, I get 25 or so. The problem is, I have no idea what is normal or what to start troubleshooting.

It only appears to be getting hot when I put the F/R switch in F.

The cart worked fine before this fiasco.

Any ideas are appreciated.
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Unread 10-12-2009, 01:23 PM   #6
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Default Re: 2005 Precedent wiring help

I know little to nothing about Precedent carts, However I do know that for carts
with factory wiring reverse is only 50% of forward , this may account for the
Forward heat issue !
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