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Unread 06-21-2011, 08:30 AM   #1
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Default 02 clubcar electric problems

Batteries are all good! i play 18 holes and car still has lots of life. changed 2 batteries this spring and worked well for 4 rounds, then it started cutting out. almost like a relay would over heated or something. as soon as it happens i let off the gas pedal press it down before car stops rolling and off i go again ... up hills trips it out twice as fast
wondering if a reset would help?
need help
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Unread 06-21-2011, 10:22 AM   #2
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Default Re: 02 clubcar electric problems

Is your cart a series ( F&R lever under right leg ) OR Shunt ( F&R rocker type switch under right leg )? "Batteries are all good" Does this mean you have checked ALL your batterys for condition and if so HOW? Sounds like you have more batterys that need replacing, but until proper tests are done ( digital voltage, hydrometer, load tested ) you cant know for sure? Just because charger shuts off does NOT mean anything about battery condition? Replacing only part of battery pack will RUIN the NEW batterys and possibly the charger. The old batterys take much more time to charge and this forces the new batterys to over charge and ruin them especially during break in period ( 50-100 ) discharge-charge cycles.
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Unread 06-21-2011, 02:05 PM   #3
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the car is a shunt with rocker switch just load tested all batteries again they seem to be fine . can there be such thing as a voltage surge shutin it down over and over or can i do a computer reset . just grasping at straws at this point

it also used to regulate the speed( which at first was a little slow i thought but got used to it) now it dont seem to work like that.
it also used to engauge a brake down hill if it got going to fast... this also doest work anymore... it coasts down hill wide open till i hit brakes
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Unread 06-21-2011, 03:08 PM   #4
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the car is a shunt with rocker switch just load tested all batteries again they seem to be fine . can there be such thing as a voltage surge shutin it down over and over or can i do a computer reset . just grasping at straws at this point

it also used to regulate the speed( which at first was a little slow i thought but got used to it) now it dont seem to work like that.
it also used to engauge a brake down hill if it got going to fast... this also doest work anymore... it coasts down hill wide open till i hit brakes
that last line sounds like speed sensor is max speed about 7 mph half speed
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