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Unread 02-17-2011, 07:55 PM   #11
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Here are two more pic's and the battery diagram I went by, I hope the pic's will help figure out the problem it has got me just dumbfounded, Gas engines and welding fab. is more my alleyway; And my experience with Electric carts is very limited, I do appreciate any help with this you guys can provide and Thank you for your time.
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Unread 02-17-2011, 08:07 PM   #12
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Thanks the better the detail the better !!!

Do U have a volt meter (digital preference) $20 at Lowes .
Even If U dont need it for this , with a electric cart U will eventually need it.
Yup I got a volt meter/tester DIGGY one darn thing even tells you the temp and time, surprised it did not come with a printer, itís got so much junk functions ill get lost for an hour just turning it on, but I went and picked up an old school basic one for connivance.
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Unread 02-17-2011, 08:41 PM   #13
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Pic #2 take that red cable off of the battery and put it on the other side of the bottom 2 terminals where the 36v positive comes in. I think this will solve your problem. See my shop notes below.
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Unread 02-17-2011, 09:23 PM   #14
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Pic #2 take that red cable off of the battery and put it on the other side of the bottom 2 terminals where the 36v positive comes in. I think this will solve your problem. See my shop notes below.
The third batt is in the center for the left side packs the batt cable in the pic is attached to the 3dr batt POS term. and goes to bottom lower left lug on the F&R sw. like in your drawing shop note so do you take it off and loop it to the other lug on F&R sw. ??
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Unread 02-17-2011, 09:27 PM   #15
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Yes that is what the drawing shows. Do this and tell me how it runs and charges.

Can you post one pic of all the batteries and the F&R? Thanks.
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Yes that is what the drawing shows. Do this and tell me how it runs and charges.

Can you post one pic of all the batteries and the F&R? Thanks.
Yes I can it will have to be tomorrow as I am in for the night
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Unread 02-18-2011, 11:14 AM   #17
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OK I like to use the KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) principle.
? 1. Are U still having 3 Batteries charge and 3 that don't.
If Yes , then there is nothing In the F/R wiring which can cause this .
2. What can cause this is Batteries wired incorrect to one another.

The entire Pack Voltage should add up to be 36+ volts"."
Check across the entire pack and record Voltage ,XX Volts
NOW
Check each battery and write down the reading(s)
Bat#1 = x volts, Bat#2 = x volts, Bat#3 = x volts, Bat#4 = x volts, Bat#5 = x volts, Bat#6 = x volts
Now check from the First Battery POS +, To 2nd Battery NEG -
This should add up to be Bat#1 volts + Bat#2 volts
Now check from the First Battery POS +, To 3rd Battery NEG -
This should add up to be Bat#1 volts + Bat#2 volts + Bat#3 volts

Keep this up until U find the point where it does not add up and U have found U'r problem .
Use the attached picture to show what is Batt#1 ...etc.
The red lines are showing where the cables go , don't pay any attention to black lines or the Other stuff written on it .
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Sorry I did not replied yet or put up that pic got a little down and doc apts. seems to be the norm for me these days
any it looks like we got the wires going correct and batts are charged got to run them down and see ho wit works. there was one wire that appeared to be in the wrong place although it showed in the rite place in the schematic cant be for sure it just may be my eyes l have it now wired like in his shop notes now

Thanks I will keep you posted weather is a bit bad today to fiddel with it.
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Trying out this new diagram...
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