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Unread 07-03-2011, 10:36 AM   #11
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date stamps are on the lead post or right near them in the lead...................i have seen bad OBC,s that wouldn,t tell the charger to shut off but not on that year cart...........that dosn,t mean anything because i havn,t seen it but i think if your charger dosn,t stuf off your gonna find it is the OBC failing in that way............................
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Unread 07-03-2011, 11:31 AM   #12
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date stamps are on the lead post or right near them in the lead...................i have seen bad OBC,s that wouldn,t tell the charger to shut off but not on that year cart...........that dosn,t mean anything because i havn,t seen it but i think if your charger dosn,t stuf off your gonna find it is the OBC failing in that way............................
Ok...well right now I'm more curious why I have not seen the batteries go to full charge. Maybe it's just a new battery thing and will take some more charge cycles.
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Unread 07-03-2011, 12:04 PM   #13
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thats possible but again that could be tied in with the OBC not doing its job........................
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thats possible but again that could be tied in with the OBC not doing its job........................
Ok...thanks!
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Unread 07-03-2011, 12:13 PM   #15
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Should I try a OBC reset if that can be done on an 04 CC DS IQ?
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Unread 07-03-2011, 12:19 PM   #16
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it won,t hurt to try, just keep in mind even if it works in most cases its a temporary thing.......things may be fine for a period of time and than go right back the way they are but it won,t hurt to try it.......................
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Ok Batteries are A1..so Jan 11..everything is clean and tight. I'll try a OBC reset after the 16 hr cycle is complete to see if it shuts off...still sitting on 3 amps for my second charge...been 12 hrs...I will but a digital volt meter and gravity tester on Tues...
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Guys

After listening to the wisdom of you fine members, I ordered and installed a new OBC. The job was straight forward and simple. $155 including shipping and everything works as advertised. Thanks to Shadow and others who helped identify the solution. Another BGW success
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After listening to the wisdom of you fine members, I ordered and installed a new OBC. The job was straight forward and simple. $155 including shipping and everything works as advertised. Thanks to Shadow and others who helped identify the solution. Another BGW success


..............glad to hear it.................................
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