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Unread 05-13-2010, 07:39 PM   #51
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We are making progress. We have identified that I have the Multi-Step Potentiometer which is the rare small black pot under the drivers side mounted to the frame. Now I just need to find out how to test it to determine whether I am getting 100% throttle. I don't have a black and a white wire to test. The 16 gauge wires on the spade terminals of my controller are yellow, green, and red. The wires that come out of this potentiometer pot are yellow, purple, black, and green/white. These wires go to:

Yellow - directly to controller
Purple - directly to controller but on large B- terminal
Black - goes to limit switch before turning to green that goes to controller
Green/White - to limit switch, turns to white/black before going to solenoid.

The diagram on page 12-26 of the manual shows all this and my cart is exactly like the diagram. I just don't know how to test it.

Here is a link to the manual. Its in second half page 12-26 of section 12.
http://www.eastcoastcarts.com/technical-manuals#clubcar
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Unread 05-13-2010, 08:43 PM   #52
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LOL I'm lost, there are 3 small wire going to the controller one is positive power to the controller to turn it on when the solenoid fires or the F&R goes in gear or the key is on etc, the other two will be the ohm signal from the pot

You are sneaking up on it
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Unread 05-13-2010, 10:04 PM   #53
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I thought the 98and up carts were MCOR?
Nope... They phased out MCORs in 2001... The last car with a V-Glide was AA0112-001470.
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LOL I'm lost, there are 3 small wire going to the controller one is positive power to the controller to turn it on when the solenoid fires or the F&R goes in gear or the key is on etc, the other two will be the ohm signal from the pot

You are sneaking up on it
No. WE are sneaking up on it. LOL Don't abandon me now. Look at the diagram and help me figure this one out. I need the help. Page 12-26.
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Unread 05-13-2010, 11:11 PM   #55
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No. WE are sneaking up on it. LOL Don't abandon me now. Look at the diagram and help me figure this one out. I need the help. Page 12-26.
LOL page 12-26 of what Bet you think I have the manual in front of me? Scan the page and upload or link me to a wire diagram.... only chance we got
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We are making progress. We have identified that I have the Multi-Step Potentiometer which is the rare small black pot under the drivers side mounted to the frame. Now I just need to find out how to test it to determine whether I am getting 100% throttle. I don't have a black and a white wire to test. The 16 gauge wires on the spade terminals of my controller are yellow, green, and red. The wires that come out of this potentiometer pot are yellow, purple, black, and green/white. These wires go to:

Yellow - directly to controller
Purple - directly to controller but on large B- terminal
Black - goes to limit switch before turning to green that goes to controller
Green/White - to limit switch, turns to white/black before going to solenoid.

The diagram on page 12-26 of the manual shows all this and my cart is exactly like the diagram. I just don't know how to test it.

Here is a link to the manual. Its in second half page 12-26 of section 12.
http://www.eastcoastcarts.com/technical-manuals#clubcar
Click the link above. Its in the second download Page 12-26
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Is it this one?

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Unread 05-13-2010, 11:46 PM   #58
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No. This one:

Here is a link to the manual. Its in second half page 12-26 of section 12.
http://www.eastcoastcarts.com/technical-manuals#clubcar
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Unread 05-14-2010, 06:39 PM   #59
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I have gotten a high quality analog ohm meter and unplugged the three wire plug just down from the potentiometer. There is an ohm load at rest between the yellow wire and the black wire of about 4000 ohms and when the throttle is pressed to the floor this value drops to around 1500-2000 ohms. It never goes to anything close to zero. I am wondering if this is even the correct wires to be measuring????
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Perhaps you can download the diagram and upload it to this site to include it in your post without asking us to download a whole manual to see what you are trying to show? If you are on the correct wires it is obvious you are not getting all of the throttle signal possible. I think we have all the CC diagrams in the stickies at the top of this section..... no? It would really help
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