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Unread 08-08-2008, 12:45 AM   #11
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Maybe I wasn't clear on this........If you heat them up first, you will get third degree burns on your fingers!!!
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Unread 08-08-2008, 10:20 AM   #12
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ok I pulled the heat shield off and there doesn't appear to be any cracks in any of the four the coils.
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With the cart rear on blocks...
key on, push gas peddle while checking for 36v at the muticolor cables connected to the back side of the V-glide. All of those colored cables should have power one at a time in sequencial order beginning with white and lastly the black.
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I also noticed that while up on blocks the wheels do go when the pedal is completely depressed. it doesn't seem to go as fast. It also isn't free wheeling because i applied the brakes and it resumed.
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If i was checking it correctly the all seemed to have high 20's low 30's voltage. thank you for you help I appreciate it!!!!
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All of the colored cables should carry the same amount of voltage to the coil set-up. It is the function of the coils to 'waste' some voltage to allow for different speeds. You may want to pop the cover off of the v-glide and inspect the copper contacts for pitting? Are you certain your battery pack is up to snuff?
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Batteries are all brand new I replaced them they have 1 charge on them. Do you think I need to replace the v glide?
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I don't know. You have not isolated the problem yet. There are repairs that can be done to a v-glide and a new one isn't cheap. Maybe you should price one and then decide what you want to do. You have 36v+ coming from the solenoid, where does it stop? In the V- glide? Did you remove the cover for inspection of the contacts?

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