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Unread 11-23-2012, 10:14 AM   #11
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It's a 1997 and get this, it ran this morning. Doesn't now, but did. Battery voltage showed roughly 56 volts though.
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Unread 11-24-2012, 02:29 PM   #12
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it almost sounds like a solenoid going bad.....when it won,t run does solenoid click?.........................................
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it almost sounds like a solenoid going bad.....when it won,t run does solenoid click?.........................................
Did this with the old and new solenoid. When it doesn't run, the solenoid clicks. When it runs, the solenoid clicks. It always clicks, just doesn't always have movement.
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Unread 11-25-2012, 08:37 AM   #14
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well even a clicking solenoid can be bad or going bad, happens all the time ...i,m not saying this is the problem but if solenoid is clicking the activation circuit is working so problem would have to be from solenoid to controller or in between but what i,m not certain......this is where a service manual would help greatly..................................
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With a friend's 1995 48v club car it turned out to be the in-line resistor on the yellow wire coming out of the onboard computer going to solenoid. We tested everything we could find out about, narrowed it down to thinking it must be the OBC. Technician happened to be in area, had replacement OBC in truck, but disagreed it was the OBC [$440]. At $150, he repeated most of the tests we did, but then knew about the resistor they use as a fuse [it's inside of shrink tubing], removed it [was burnt], spliced the line with butt connector and all is fine. Actually replacing the OBC would have worked [at higher cost] because the wiring harness is part of the OBC part -- new one doesn't seem to have the resistor/fuse.

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Unread 11-27-2012, 09:50 AM   #16
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glad to hear it, it never crossed my mind the resistor because they just never go bad..................................
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