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Unread 08-12-2014, 06:21 PM   #31
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Good results Scooterman. I have this cart jacked up so no safety issues here. Jumped + to big terminal on solenoid and cart worked. Your instructions said small terminal. Small terminals did not work, just big terminal. What does this tell us? Thank you for your help.
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Unread 08-12-2014, 06:32 PM   #32
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Good results Scooterman. I have this cart jacked up so no safety issues here. Jumped + to big terminal on solenoid and cart worked. Your instructions said small terminal. Small terminals did not work, just big terminal. What does this tell us? Thank you for your help.

Try and jumper the first two coils to see if that makes it jump.

Seems like you're not getting power either from the micro switches or to the switches. It can't be much, It may be something simple in the pedal assembly. Sure wish I had a better schematic, I can't read crap on any of the ones I saw. I must be getting old
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Coils would not jump. Only first solenoid jumps on big terminal. second solenoid would not jump. Keep in mind this happened while key is off and no pedal.
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OK, forward and reverse switch, have you looked at it yet? That power goes through this model. I bet you may have an issue there. Time to test it and see if your getting power to it.
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With key switch on and pedal pushed down. 37.5 V on 3 combinations. Blk/Red = Blk/Wht = Wht/Red
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Where are you reading these?
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If you getting power to the switch, then we need to verify power to the fwd/rev micro switch and then power to the rest of the micro switches. You should have them jumpered on one side from the fwd/rev switch. Test that to battery (-) if you get 36v then test to the other side of the switches and turn key on and then go pedal press while testing. You can do these with power to the motor disconnected. If they all function then next test. I want to bypass the solenoids completely and run power direct to each one. Again no power to the motor, we're testing the full function of the solenoids. Disconnected run black from battery to one small terminal of the solenoid, then bump (+) to the other small terminal from the battery (+). If it clicks then test continuity across the big terminals. If it closes then it is good. If the switches are for certain switching and conducting they can be eliminated. I know I'm asking a lot but without being right there and no schematic it is difficult. You have to get power to this small terminals on these solenoids, if that doesn't happen then we need to figure out why. You mentioned something about a rebuilt micro switch pack, what is going on with that?
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I will follow your instructions and report back. I bought a set of 5 micro-switches for my box on E bay. Should be here any day now.
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By the time you get this figured out you will be able to resolve most of any issues you ever have with this cart!!
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I jumped the micro switch from the FWD/REV switch red cable and ran test lead to - on battery and other end of micro switch. Got 37.4 V. Reversed this process and again got 37.4. This reading was the same with key on and pedal pressed. Since I have to remove micro switch box to install all new switches when they come, I will not test those and just have a new set. All solenoids checked out fine. I removed each one and used battery cables to power solenoids. Like you say, it is something minor. We should be finding it soon. Running out of things to test.
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