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Unread 08-10-2011, 09:37 PM   #21
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should be a micro swtich..........................
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Unread 08-12-2011, 06:45 AM   #22
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checked voltage to the 2 large post had 24 then checked volts to the 2 small post with accelerator depressed had 49 volts then went back and checked the 2 large post had .6 volts when i hold the volt meter on the 2 large posts i can watch the volts go up slowly
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something isn,t right.....i think you need to start tracing backwards and look at the wires real good on the way ............try and ohm the wires also.......your sure your meter is good?................................
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You can't put your meter on the two large posts when energized there the same. Negative lead of meter to -48 volts at battery pack
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One of the coil wires is ground or -48 volts
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any thoughts gaminde ?
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Unread 08-14-2011, 05:56 PM   #27
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you take the wires and or cables off 1 at a time to test them....................
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do i need both the diode and the resister on the solenoid
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Unread 08-15-2011, 07:47 AM   #29
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Hello I Have A 2001 Club Car Series 48 Volt ,I Get 51 Volts To The 2 Small Posts On The Solenoid When Depressing Throttle ,But There Is No Power To The 2 Large Posts At Any Time Help Appreciated Greatly ,Replaced Solenoid,Motor And Controller
In your original post you state that the activation circuit is functioning. (in green) but there is no power on the large posts.
I think you are mistakenly thinking you will get a reading across the 2 large terminals. The solenoid is just a switch making and breaking the contact between the 2 large posts when the 2 small posts have pack voltage. You do not need the resistor and diode for testing purposes ~ you do need them for general operation. Some CC solenoids had a built in diode, they were marked with a red + on the small terminal.
I hope this helps.


Above is the info you need to test the solenoid. One of the solenoid big terminals connects to Battery pack +. It should show 48v+ at the solenoid. Black meter lead on Battery pack - and red on battery side of solenoid. Now, (with the cart safely on jacks) have somebody press the accelerator and when the solenoid clicks the + power on the one large terminal should come thru to the other side large terminal.
At this point in the test you will have power to the controller with test leads on controller B+ and B-
If yes the solenoid is working.
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Unread 08-15-2011, 07:53 AM   #30
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can any one tell me how to test the controller
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