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Unread 09-27-2013, 11:30 PM   #11
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Default Re: 98 ds wont move

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Geez, yeah you gotta get that pack charged!
Also it's best (and cost effective) to replace the entire pack at once, as the old batts will bring down the new batts...
Maybe CTD will post his do at your own risk OBC bypass diagram...
if you do the obc by pass monitor pack voltage .. when it gets above 50v i would try reconnecting the bypass and see if charger comes on if it does leave it
if not then redo bypass and let it charge to 60v and shut off charger for 12hrs and post voltage

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DO AT YOUR OWN RISK.…do not attempt unless you are familiar with electricity and electronics!
There are two ways to force the charger to turn on regardless of the OBC.

The first method is to disconnect the cart’s gray wire at the fuse near the charger receptacle. Then using a jumper wire, connect the receptacle side of the fused connector to the cart’s negative battery terminal. This will energize the charger’s 48V relay. If the charger doesn’t come on, it could be bad connections, wiring or charger relay.

The second method is to open the charger and remove the 120V wires from the relay and jump these together. This totally bypasses the relay and the OBC wire.


(If charger comes on but the charger ammeter shows 0 amps, check the fuse at the charging receptacle under the clear plastic cover.)

Both of these methods should both be temporary measures for troubleshooting, or as an emergency method of charging the batteries when they have been discharged so far that the OBC will not charge them.

The OBC provides the optimum method of charging the cart’s batteries. If the OBC is bad, it should be replaced
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Unread 09-28-2013, 06:24 AM   #12
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Default Re: 98 ds wont move

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Originally Posted by jakesnake27 View Post
Geez, yeah you gotta get that pack charged!
Also it's best (and cost effective) to replace the entire pack at once, as the old batts will bring down the new batts...
Maybe CTD will post his do at your own risk OBC bypass diagram...
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Unread 10-01-2013, 09:34 PM   #13
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Default Re: 98 ds wont move

well my pd3 looks nothing like that on the inside, so how do i bypass the obc in a powerdrive3 charger?
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Unread 10-01-2013, 09:36 PM   #14
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did you try method 1 ?
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