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Unread 09-15-2014, 12:05 PM   #31
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jjance...that's a no go on jumping the two large post....I tried that first thing but have replaced/repaired some bad wires since then but still nothing...
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Unread 09-15-2014, 01:17 PM   #32
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Scott...this is what I have....With jumper from PN to small post with blue/white strip (with wire off) Solenoid has ohms and 49.6 volts on both large post. No volts on two small post. No volts on unhooked blue/white strip wire going to controller.....With key switch on...Solenoid clicks..Still have 49.6 on both large post also ohms. 48+ on small post with that goes to key switch and 0 volts on small post with jumper. 19.3 volts on unhooked blue/white wire going to controller

Do we know anything yet....

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Sorry I'm confused as to what was done here.
Are you saying that you jump the last negative from the pack to the small terminal and the solenoid clicks when you turn the key switch?
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Yes the solenoid click when I jumped it like you told me....
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So when you make contact, the cart won't move when you press the go pedal?
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NO Sir....would not move
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There is NO continuity from the block to the frame where it is bolted
It makes you wonder then what is that wire doing there. If its not connected to the frame it is serving no purpose. It's just parked there. I have a picture of my controller and that wire with the quick disconnect is feeding back into a wiring harness. Maybe somebody over the years did connect the neg to the frame. I'd try repairing that connection or find out where that wire suppose to go.
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Have you tested the output to the motor when the solenoid clicks?
I fear the controller could be bad but I'd like to eliminate the possibilities before replacing it. Testing is important to determine what is good and what is not.
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Scooterman....Just tested the voltage of the motor wires at the controller with the jumper from PN to small post on solenoid where the blue/white stripe wire is. I did leave the blue/white wire connected this time. Like I said turning the key on makes the solenoid click. Testing at the controller, with key on, the two large wires going to the motor have 49.6 and the two smaller wires have 1.1 volts. Still mashing peddle makes no difference.
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jjance....I agree with you....This looks like a ground block you would use on a car or boat...I did finally find a picture in the manual of it. The manual shows two black wires hooked to it...One from the negative controller and the black one coming from the OBC...So, since there is no continuity from that block to the frame, I am guessing its just a junction box..

My cart has one black wire from the negative controller going to that block but the other black wire from the obc one to the negative on the controller instead of to the block....It all looks original and nothing seems to be loose or broke so I am assuming it has been like that...

BTW..I have NO reverse buzzer...When the cart works like it suppose to the buzzer does work.....
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The manual shows two black wires hooked to it
It might be the camera angle but I only see one.

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there is no continuity from that block to the frame
Is that because there is an insulator in there or because it is corroded?

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BTW..I have NO reverse buzzer
I've read that the controller supplies a ground for the reverse buzzer.

You're missing a ground (common) connection somewhere.
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