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Unread 06-02-2015, 01:51 PM   #11
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If the RXV goes into "undervoltage cutback", it will also go very slow (then stop). You could check that by monitoring the pack voltage when its at its lowest (while accelerating), during the described low speed/no power issue. But based on the SOC meter readings, im not really leaning towards low battery. But, its free & easy to check the battery voltage.
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Unread 06-03-2015, 10:39 AM   #12
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The dealer came out here today and upgraded the software. He informed me it probably got too hot with all the stopping and going. Told me if it happened again he would take it in for repairs.
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The problem still is happening. They have taken it back and are replacing the Solenoid. I googled it, but only found them for sale. No clue what it does.
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Solenoid is the main power on/off switch for the high current lead to the controller.
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Do you have high speed gears (25mph)? If so, the high temp guess is plausable.
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Interested in your outcome. Strongly considering the rxv
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Sounds like you've got 2 things going on.

1. Confirm if gear set is high-speed gear or stock.
2. When problem happens, check to see if motor is hot to the touch. (A non-contact thermometer would be great.)
3. What batteries are installed, and how old are they?

Without knowing what gear set you have, we are just guessing. Without knowing motor temp, we're guessing.

If you can reproduce this problem regularly, you dealer should be able to come out and connect a handheld scanner to check motor temp and battery condition.

Hope this helps. Good luck.
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Sounds like you've got 2 things going on.

1. Confirm if gear set is high-speed gear or stock.
2. When problem happens, check to see if motor is hot to the touch. (A non-contact thermometer would be great.)
3. What batteries are installed, and how old are they?

Without knowing what gear set you have, we are just guessing. Without knowing motor temp, we're guessing.

If you can reproduce this problem regularly, you dealer should be able to come out and connect a handheld scanner to check motor temp and battery condition.

Hope this helps. Good luck.

1 High Gear. It goes 27 MPH
2 No idea
3 They are brand new batteries. Not Trojans, but I forgot the name of them.
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They are brand new batteries. Not Trojans, but I forgot the name of them.
Thats not a good sign. If you dont know what you bought, i hope they were priced cheap-or-free.
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Unread 07-10-2015, 10:26 AM   #20
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Thats not a good sign. If you dont know what you bought, i hope they were priced cheap-or-free.
It's on the receipt, which I don't know exactly where that is currently. They were brand new. Slightly cheaper than Trojans.
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