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Unread 02-01-2010, 03:09 PM   #41
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I've done the tests you suggested above

with the ohms meter at the green and yellow wires just disconnect from the controller and connect them to the meter. They should read 5K-0 Yes it reads 5.79K down to 0 ohms

THe red wire should bring POSITIVE 48v to the controller to power it up with key on in gear Yes it reads 50 volts when i press the pedal down and the solenoid clicks

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THe cart should be running correctly... You may have the wrong controller?One that is set up for the 0-5k throttle input?
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Unread 02-01-2010, 03:13 PM   #42
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You can 'try' one more thing..... get a 10-16ga jump wire and some alligator clips connect one end to battery pack 48v POSITIVE. disconnect the red pos feed from the solenoid to the controller at the controller and put the alligator clip 48v pos on that terminal so that the controller is powered up. now, with the key on, cart on jacks & in gear .... press the gas peddle. Well? what happened? The same
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Unread 02-01-2010, 03:26 PM   #43
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I was just on the tel to a guy called chuck in the tech department at programainc. Who confirmed that the controller is set up for 0 - 5K input.

He said without buying another controller at 180usd it might be possible to rewire the pot to give 5k - 0 input to the controller by eliminating the ground on the resistor string and reversing the other two wires one to the end of the resistor string. Not sure exactly what he's on about
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Unread 02-01-2010, 03:32 PM   #44
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MAybe somebody who knows more about this can walk you thru it. I have reverse a regular pot once bu,t it was just a simple pb-6 ..... Maybe one or 2 members could help? I'll ask them both to take a look at this,

Sorry about your delema but, glad to see my diagnosis was spot on

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I really appreciate your help, thanks so much
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What is the MCOR and what does it do?
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96 & 97 had a pot under the floor on the driver's side. Rare thing. 98 was the first MCOR I know of.......
I have a 95 with the "rare" pot on driver's side. Would this use the same test procedures you posted in the other post?
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what year did the mcor start? 1997? Anyone?
2001
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I thought the 98and up carts were MCOR?
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I have a 95 with the "rare" pot on driver's side. Would this use the same test procedures you posted in the other post?
This rare pot would be a true Potentiometer and it would be checked for proper output at the controller. That output would be 5k-0 when your ohm meter is connected to the small black & white wires at the controller.... David correct me if I'm wrong?
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