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Unread 02-13-2014, 08:02 AM   #21
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Ok. I'll admit it. I have no idea of what simple man is telling me to do.
. . he is basically telling you how to load test your batteries individually while driving the cart . . . connect the meter to one battery at a time and drive the cart, paying attention to how much of a voltage drop you experience with each battery under load . . . post the readings here for recommendations . . . post static voltage reading (standing still) and low reading under load while driving cart . . .
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Unread 02-13-2014, 08:30 AM   #22
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. . yes . .
So I guess AMM would be analog multimeter ehh???
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So I guess AMM would be analog multimeter ehh???
. . . yuuuuup . . .

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Ahhh Sweet, why would anyone want digital!!!! LOL
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Ahhh Sweet, why would anyone want digital!!!! LOL
. . I have both . . . plus a wiggy . . .
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. . he is basically telling you how to load test your batteries individually while driving the cart . . . connect the meter to one battery at a time and drive the cart, paying attention to how much of a voltage drop you experience with each battery under load . . . post the readings here for recommendations . . . post static voltage reading (standing still) and low reading under load while driving cart . . .
Oh ! I get it now!!!
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. . he is basically telling you how to load test your batteries individually while driving the cart . . . connect the meter to one battery at a time and drive the cart, paying attention to how much of a voltage drop you experience with each battery under load . . . post the readings here for recommendations . . . post static voltage reading (standing still) and low reading under load while driving cart . . .
OK went and got some gator clips and made some jumpers and this is what I've got:
Bat 1 Static/7volts Load/7volts
Bat 2 S/7v L/7v
Bat 3 S/7v L/7v
Bat 4 S/7v L/7v
Bat 5 S/7v L/7v
Bat 6 S/7v L/7v
Drove cart approx.1/2 to 3/4 mile each test. All connections are clean and tight. Batt., Cables, Solenoid connections, even took apart the F/R switch and cleaned it. Still runs like it only has 3 or 4 batteries connected. Replaced a bad solenoid, last one under passenger. Still the same.
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how fast are you running?
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how fast are you running?
Peddle to the metal.
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Unread 02-13-2014, 01:30 PM   #30
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you saying it runs like 3 or 4 batteries but it won't be that fast 12mph maybe little more?
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