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Unread 07-27-2012, 06:50 AM   #1
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Default 1996 DS Pressure washed and now nothing. Help!

I have a 96 DS and I pressure washed it the other day and the inspection cover by the controller was not on there so I'm sure the controller got wet, then I drove it into my garage went in the house came out an hour later and the reverse buzzer was on so I unplugged it the cart was still working at this time. The next day went to use the cart and no movement in any direction. So my question is could my controller getting wet like that fry it, what test can I do?
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Unread 07-27-2012, 07:22 AM   #2
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I have a 96 DS and I pressure washed it the other day and the inspection cover by the controller was not on there so I'm sure the controller got wet, then I drove it into my garage went in the house came out an hour later and the reverse buzzer was on so I unplugged it the cart was still working at this time. The next day went to use the cart and no movement in any direction. So my question is could my controller getting wet like that fry it, what test can I do?
It could be the controller. Disconnect the harness in that goes into the controller and blow both the connector on the harness and in the controller out with compressed air. Also make sure everything else is dry in the bucket harness area. Could also be the motor is wet inside.
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you got controller to wet you can either use a blow dryer on it or just let it sit but that may take several days..........................
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Thanks guys I'll try disconnecting and drying connections but I would think it should be dry by now, it's been sitting in my shop at 100+ degrees.
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Thanks guys I'll try disconnecting and drying connections but I would think it should be dry by now, it's been sitting in my shop at 100+ degrees.
I have seen them have to sit for a week in 100 degree,s before running again..............controllers don,t like getting wet,......
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