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Unread 03-29-2012, 09:43 PM   #11
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Default Re: 2003 48 volt CC....installed 6-6volt batteries instead of 6-8 volt

if they are brand new batteries and your talking about the cart just being a little slow.......you need to break the batteries in as they are only approx 75% after 10 or so complete charge cycles you should start noticing a difference....................................
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Unread 03-30-2012, 08:10 AM   #12
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Steve, thanks for the info.....I do not have any of the coils like I have seen on other carts....just a motor in the back......I think 2003 CC DS may have been an in between year or something??? Mine does have a small black box under the passengers side floor board attached to the frame (looks like five wires coming from it)....does this info explain anything
OK . . disregard my post about being a resistor cart . . I think you have a Powerdrive system, with an on board computer (OBC) and controller . . . here is a copy of a parts manual that may help you . . download a copy to your computer . .

http://bennettgolfcars.ca/manuals/cl...c_vehicles.pdf


Do what Shadowman suggests and give the new batteries a few charge cycles to maximize themselves . . if still having problems after that, return and we can then start over . . . what is serial number of cart?

Black box under passenger side is probably the MCOR . . . connects to GO pedal?
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Unread 03-30-2012, 07:49 PM   #13
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Yes, Steve the black box is in line with the "go pedal" and the cart does not move in reverse (without a little help), everything works and clicks like it should but no go, in forward with a little help from a foot push it will go.....takes off on jack stands??????? the serial number is AA0240-208574....thank you for bearing with me and helping!!!!!!!!
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Unread 03-30-2012, 07:56 PM   #14
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Shadowman........I think my problem existed before my battery change.....any ideas are welcome......thanks for sticking with me and offering any knowledge.....I owe ya!!!!!!!!!
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Unread 03-31-2012, 07:40 AM   #15
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From what you have said it sounds like a faulty MCOR they will make a cart shutter and act like you are describing when bad. But I am very surprised you do not have a tow run switch under the seat. Look under the dash just above the rubber and tell me the serial number of the cart.
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From what you have said it sounds like a faulty MCOR they will make a cart shutter and act like you are describing when bad. But I am very surprised you do not have a tow run switch under the seat. Look under the dash just above the rubber and tell me the serial number of the cart.
See his post #13 . . .
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Unread 03-31-2012, 10:48 AM   #17
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Shadowman........I think my problem existed before my battery change.....any ideas are welcome......thanks for sticking with me and offering any knowledge.....I owe ya!!!!!!!!!
i just re-read this and i agree i would look at the M-COR they will get water in them and act up....if you have the box on the pass. side that should be your M-COR.............................................
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Unread 03-31-2012, 12:21 PM   #18
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I extend a THANK-YOU to everyone for the advice....I will replace the MCOR and let everyone know the results.....if it does not work at least we can eliminate one more thing!!!!!
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Unread 03-31-2012, 12:59 PM   #19
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Everyone who is helping or able to offer advice on my situation.....I took the MCOR off my father-in-laws CC which is a year newer than ours (same part #) and tried it...still a no go...any more suggestions are welcome.......

His cart is alittle different from mine (other than the obvious...it runs good...lol) his has a rocker style forward/reverse switch and an attachment on the end of his motor (a small black box)....mine has no box on the motor and the F/R is a lever that you move side to side with contacts that rub together.....I have access to try any of his parts on mine to help us troubleshoot.......Sorry for being a hassle (I am typically the one helping others) and is sure is nice to receive so much help when it is needed.....I guess what goes around truly does come around
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Unread 03-31-2012, 02:23 PM   #20
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You describe an MCOR. It's a controller cart, now we need to know which one. see chart

Have you fully charged your new batteries yet? What size (amp hour) batteries did you install?
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