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Unread 11-09-2009, 04:55 PM   #1
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I have a 99cc and it is 48volt. i want to test my vglide but dont know which wires to test. tried to search but i must not know what to ask to get my answer. can anyone help? thanks
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Unread 11-09-2009, 05:36 PM   #2
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I have a 99cc and it is 48volt. i want to test my vglide but dont know which wires to test. tried to search but i must not know what to ask to get my answer. can anyone help? thanks
If it is a VGlide it will have all these are we talking the same ?
The reason I's asking is, I did not know the VGlide was ever used in 48 Volt carts ?
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Unread 11-09-2009, 05:42 PM   #3
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i keep calling it a vglide. i think you told me that it was a mulit step pot. i tried to pm you back but your box is full.
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Fixed inbox , sorry !

Here is the Proc for both , step and continous POT's
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WR, are you making any progress with this ???
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did not have time to check. will check this afternoon and post back. thanks
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I have heard to check for a reading of 5k-o ohms. What am i checking when i look for this and which wires do i connect to? I don't think i nkow what i am asking really. My motor come back today and the company says that it is working fine with no problems. I do not understand where the loss of power has come from. I am charging back up tonight. I will take pot. off tomorow and check for smooth slide across contacts. Can you guys think of anything else for me to look at while i have got it off? I cleaned the contacts a while ago to eliminate a "skip" i had. That helped some, how can i tell if my pot. is allowing full throttle? The wiper goes all the way to last contact when pedal is full pushed.
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How have you checked your batteries? I ask because you are headed into some highly technical stuff right here and I don't want to see you get side tracked and in over your head when the basics are not yet covered? I would not guess there is trouble with the pot unless you have a dead spot at the end of the gas peddle travel. Like 3/4 throttle is the same as 100%.
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Batteries are new. maybe 4months old.
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Unread 11-11-2009, 09:44 PM   #10
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I have lost a lot of torque and do not know what happened.
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