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Unread 04-09-2014, 01:38 PM   #1
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Default David Hicks-revised results on pg2 for "Sound like a bad controller?"Thread

I didn't hear from you on my post, any ideas?
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****REVISED RESULTS AFTER CLEANING POSTS:****

Check controller input voltage. Red lead on B+ Post of controller, Black lead on B- post of controller. With vehicle lifted into the air and tires off of the ground depress accel pedal. Car will begin to run. You should see full battery voltage on the multimeter as soon as the solenoid clicks. If you don't, let me know. You're not getting full power to your controller and we will figure out why. If you see full voltage, move on...
***50.4v across batteries, 48.8 before accelerator is pressed, 50v after solenoid clicks. Full throttle=48.1v

Check controller output. Remove the #6 gauge white wire from the A2 post of the motor and secure it so that it cannot make contact with any live components or connections.. Put red lead on B+ post of controller. Black lead on M- post of controller. Gradually increase throttle. At full throttle you should see full battery voltage of car. If you do, your controller is working fine. If you don't, move on...
***27v when throttle is up, then when petal is pressed 50v, stays at 50v from solenoid clicking until all the way down

Check throttle signal to controller. Locate the small wires plugged into the blade terminals of the controller. Un-plug the Green and Yellow wires. Insert probes of the multimeter into the ends of these wires. Polarity is not important. Set multimeter to 20K ohms. With F&R lever in Forward gradually increase throttle. You should see approximately 5000 ohms at zero throttle and 0 ohms at full throttle. Post results. 5.6k ohms down to 0 ohms.
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Unread 04-09-2014, 02:01 PM   #2
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Default Re: David Hicks-revised results on pg2 for "Sound like a bad controller?"Thread

what is this thread for?,you posted this in your other thread, it's better to keep all your post in one thread for better help
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Default Re: David Hicks-revised results on pg2 for "Sound like a bad controller?"Thread

I was getting great quick advice from a David Hicks, but then when I posted my results, it ended up on the 2nd page of my thread and he stopped responding. I was thinking he didn't know to turn the page to see my results.
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Default Re: David Hicks-revised results on pg2 for "Sound like a bad controller?"Thread

well Dave has been a member here for 4 years and has 3000 post i think he can find the second page, members like Dave, and alot of others help out here for free in there spare time, so it might take some time for him to get back to you and help you with your cart, be patience and you will get help, starting another thread about the same thing will not get you help any faster,
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Default Re: David Hicks-revised results on pg2 for "Sound like a bad controller?"Thread

Thanks!
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Default Re: David Hicks-revised results on pg2 for "Sound like a bad controller?"Thread

I feel special I've got a thread named after me! woohoo! I answered you on your original post.
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