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Unread 04-25-2011, 08:16 PM   #21
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Ok, thank you, will change both. What do you think it may be causing not to have rverse?
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Unread 04-25-2011, 08:17 PM   #22
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Hard to say... change to the Club Car and try again.
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Unread 04-25-2011, 08:23 PM   #23
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Oh and now that you have it running the right way, you don't have to disconnect the motor wire at the M-, just press the throttle till the solenoid clicks to power up and you can make your adjustments.
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yes, will re-do it again and will post. thank you.
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done, and everything is back to normal... thank you very much for all the help.
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Good deal. You can also adjust the throttle up and down rate. This adjusts how fast the throttle is actually applied. So if its set on 2 for example it will still go the same speed as if the throttle up rate is on 5. But it will be slower to accelerate. Example, my 500 amp is currently set on 2 for both up and down rate since my daughter is driving it doesn't throw you back in the seat. When she's not driving it I have both set to 5 for that instant punch.....

It's kinda like an electric clutch, the lower it is, it's like you are slipping the clutch, the higher it is it's like dropping the clutch.
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Nice, tip, will check tomorrow how mine is set. But I am looking for the 5, like the punch. And my son is too young yet to drive it, but he has fun when sitting next to me in the cart. The most reason I got the cart, was because of him, but now I am getting hooked, lol. BTW, what rims are those in your profile pic? I have that same cart, but candy apple. BTW, what size are the cables needed to have the controller work how its supposed to work?

Well, again, thank you very much for all your help.
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http://good-times.webshots.com/slide...69126026rWriOE

You can see the rims in the link above.

4 gauge welding cable is minimum for 400 amp and up. I run 2 gauge with my 500.
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Unread 04-26-2011, 06:09 AM   #29
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Wow CheapJeep, thats a very nice cart, you really have taken the time and passion to put it the way it looks. Love the cargo back for the family, I have a 4 pass cart, but my rear doesnt like that nice, your looks spacious, and leg room, is that the oem? Well, thank you for all your help.
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I have a CC 96, 48v. I have purchased an alltrax axe4855 to replace my damaged controller. Finally arrived, but this controller does not have the A2 plug for the wire.

What can I do? I dont have a manual, and have looked at the alltrax document depot, and the say dont connect the Plug Brake. I dont understand, what should I do with the cable?

HELP!!!!
I know the horse has already bolted but you should have ordered the AXE 4855 "P" model that comes with the missing terminal
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