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Unread 02-19-2011, 10:50 AM   #11
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Default Re: 2001 Club 48V batteries discharged

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Originally Posted by GLEEMO View Post
Not a good Idea , better to try and keep all batteries at the same voltage ,
U can Use the 12 Volt car charger to charge 2 at a time , just to get the Voltage up to the point where the cart charger will come on .
Use distilled water (ONLY) to refill.

Or do what cheep J suggest and temporally bypass OBC.
The diagram you posted is accurate for a permanent modification.. I was simply referring a quick fix to jump start the batteries with out splicing anything.

WBIBB,

If you want to do this follow this....

1. Make sure all batteries have proper water level.
2. Make sure all battery cables are clean and tightly connected.
3. Make sure the charger is NOT connected to the cart or the AC outlett.
4. Remove the charger cover.
5. Find the timmer relay. This relay will be the next component in line coming from the circuit breaker. Make note which wire is plugged where so you put them back correctly.
6. Disconnect the wire coming from the circuit breaker to the relay.
7. Disconnect the tan wire coming from the transformer to the relay.
8. Connect these two wires together.
(you can now leave the cover off or put it back on temporarily, just remember if you leave it off, it's a hazard as it's live voltage).
9. Plug charger into cart.
10. Plug Charger into wall.
And you will be charging.

So in this picture the bypass will be taking the TAN wire going to the transformer to the black wire coming from the circuit breaker to the relay.

Leave it this way till you meeter says about 38 volts, DO NOT leave it in this condition unattended. When you hit that voltage range, put the charger back to the way it was and away you go, to charger like normal.
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Unread 02-19-2011, 06:57 PM   #12
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Default Re: 2001 Club 48V batteries discharged

K no car battery Battery # 1 8.6 v - yes! - on motorcycle charger. Used tap water and inquired about distilled H2O - should of looked her 1st.
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