|03-09-2014, 07:26 PM||#1|
Not Yet Wild
Join Date: Mar 2013
Location: Gulf coast, Fl
36v club losing speed
I have a 1990 club car 36 v resistor cart. Being new to carting I dumped a bunch of money into a 36 v instead of going ahead and getting a 48. New batteries h/d f and r switch, new 4gauge cables, new v-glide, new resistor plate, new solenoid, lift kit and 22 tires. Lately it slows to a crawl on the mildest of sloping hills..cart used to do 14 mph now I am lucky to get 10 on flat ground. It's not the tires because it was doing better with the same set up.could I have bad resistor coils.any input is greatly appreciated.
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|03-11-2014, 02:24 PM||#3|
Join Date: Jun 2013
Location: San Clemente, CA
Re: 36v club losing speed
1990 DS should have one solenoid, 5 resistor coils, v-glide, 36V.
Sounds like a battery or charging issue since it goes, just slower.
Would check the batteries, each and as a pack, and pack when running.
Charge first, then let rest for 12 hours, then take readings.
Post those numbers and someone can help you out.
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