|09-20-2010, 09:46 AM||#11|
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: South Texas
Re: battery arcing
This is why service manuals are worth their weight in gold as you have diagrams in color code and step by step test procedures to go by.
Have you looked at STICKIES under "1981-1985 Electric Club Car Wiring Diagram" 4th picture down page, and "Club Car Electric Solenoid Wiring" which is #5 down page that shows picture of 5 solenoids and resistors that you have? It doesn't show wiring colors but by tracing each wire back from solenoids you should be able to make sense of wiring. Looking at micros ( that are inside silver box with red ends ) in picture labeled "speed switch limit switches" ( lower right in picture ) the switch on the furthest right is master solenoid micro control that feeds power to rest of micros and turns master solenoid ( on ) allowing power to feed through HD brass bar to input side of rest of solenoids ( HD posts ). If you look at drawing of solenoids and micro wires you will see that each micro in order hooks to each solenoid starting from drivers side ( master wire #19 ) to passenger side ( high speed wire #15 ) So by using digital meter you can trace steps of solenoids to cause speed increase and confirm that each micro is working and in correct order. Then IF you are getting power to each solenoid in order and each solenoid closes you can narrow problem down to either micros or solenoids. I hope this helps you out?
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