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Old 06-12-2010, 04:50 PM   #1
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Default How can I test 48v CC charger

I have a 48 volt club car charger I need to test it to see if it is working. I plugged it in and doesn't turn on. The golf cart has brand new batterys in it. I need help trouble shooting the problem is it the charger or the golf cart.
I am new to carts so please go easy!!
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Old 06-12-2010, 05:41 PM   #2
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Default Re: How can I test 48v CC charger

Do you have a friend/neighbor or relative that has a 48 volt club car? If so, ask them to borrow their charger and plug it into your car. If the charger comes on the problem is in your charger, if it doesn't, then the problem is in your car.

Let us know which it is and we can help guide you from there.
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Old 06-12-2010, 07:01 PM   #3
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Do you have a friend/neighbor or relative that has a 48 volt club car? If so, ask them to borrow their charger and plug it into your car. If the charger comes on the problem is in your charger, if it doesn't, then the problem is in your car.

Let us know which it is and we can help guide you from there.
Thanks but I have none of the above!!!
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Old 06-12-2010, 07:25 PM   #4
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Default Re: How can I test 48v CC charger

jim, 99% its in the cart.........what year? and reagan or non reagan......your F&R is it a lever or a rocker switch by the way f&r forward/reverse........this will help graetly........the year is on a metel tag on the lower dash right of center.................................
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jim, 99% its in the cart.........what year? and reagan or non reagan......your F&R is it a lever or a rocker switch by the way f&r forward/reverse........this will help graetly........the year is on a metel tag on the lower dash right of center.................................
Tom,
Its a early 2000 cart non reagan F&R is a lever
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Old 06-12-2010, 08:02 PM   #6
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jim in one of the diagrams up in the stickies or if you have a manual you can open up the charger and bypass the low voltage sensor on the charger and try it if it works than charger is ok...........if it dosn,t work whiles cover is off you can check the circuit breaker the diodes and everything else but try jumping the low voltage sensor 1st.............its only a 1 wire swap its just kinda hard to explain...............on the back of the C.B there are 2 black wires one of which is about 2 inches long and goes into a black relay box i beleive it the top wire on CB you take it off at CB and tape end and keep it out of thw way of things than the transformer has a tan wire coming from it that connects to a another wire with a soft plastic sheild covering it.....dissconnect it there and plug the tan peice onto the CB where you took the black wire off.....plug charger in if it works change your computer............double check on the bypass to make sure i,m not sure how old your charger is and if C.C. changed anything.........rabbit you out there.........................
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Old 06-12-2010, 09:59 PM   #7
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Tom,
I reset the obc and that did the trick!!!
Thanks for all the help!!!
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great, thanks for posting your results..............................
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