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Unread 09-03-2011, 06:24 PM   #1
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Default Determining multimeter readings CC 48 volt series cart

I have a 2000.5 CC 48 volt series cart. When testing the controller terminals w a volt meter on B+ and M- if my reading peaks at 23 volts when peddal is fully depressed, what is that telling me??
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Unread 09-03-2011, 09:54 PM   #2
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Default Re: Determining multimeter readings CC 48 volt series cart

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I have a 2000.5 CC 48 volt series cart. When testing the controller terminals w a volt meter on B+ and M- if my reading peaks at 23 volts when peddal is fully depressed, what is that telling me??
That you havd 23 volt differental between the two(2)
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Unread 09-03-2011, 10:21 PM   #3
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Default Re: Determining multimeter readings CC 48 volt series cart

My problem is my cart won't move. It melted the f&r switch that's when it all started. I've replaced: new HD f&r switch/lever, motor, controller, HD solenoid, full 4ga wire set, and all new batteries. And the cart still will not move. It just shutters a little and if anything tries to go backwards even though it's in forward. Someone on this forum asked me to get some volt readings from full batt pack, b+ & b-, and then b+ and b- but they won't tell me what that means. I got 51.4v on the first two tests but only 23v on the last. My old beater cart, 99 CC 48v gave the same readings at all 3 tests, 48volts. What exactly does the b+ and m- test mean??? Thanks
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