|06-01-2010, 06:34 PM||#1|
Not Yet Wild
Join Date: May 2010
Location: Seattle, Wa
48v 2000.5 DS CC - Engine Cables
I have replaced all my old ratty battery cables with #4 wires and was looking to replace the remaining cables to the engine as well.
Based on the wiring diagram there appears to be a number of #6 wires in the system. How may of these need to be replaced to ensure proper flow to the engine?
Do all the #6 wires running to the directional switch, solenoid and OBC (not sure if that can be replaced by iteself.) need to be replaced?
2000.5 Powerdrive 48v with Multi-Step potentiometer.
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|06-02-2010, 04:38 PM||#2|
Dawg Gone Wild
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Golf Car Capital of The World... Augusta, Georgia
Re: 48v 2000.5 DS CC - Engine Cables
Yes, anything that is currently #6 needs to be replaced with #4... Make sure you replace the wire running through the OBC, and DO NOT DRILL IT TO MAKE IT LARGER. There's a sensor in the OBC that senses voltage to control the charging system. If the wire doesn't run through it, it won't charge. If you can't get the #4 wire to go through it, leave the #6 one there, hooked up, and just run an additional #4 wire around the OBC to the same locations as the current #6 wire.
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