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Unread 05-11-2016, 10:16 PM   #1
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Default issues with txt 48v not moving

I am new to forum and golf carts. Short story about me. I am a paraplegic and bought this cart as my "off road wheelchair" so reliability is a must for me as I can't get off without help

My buggie is a 2012 txt 48v. I had the dealer install an alltrax 400 amp and it's the new one they just released that has the fins exposed not just the box XCT 48400 I believe. 3" lift and i think 12" rims light mud tires. It also has a madmax converter for some LEDS and a hook up to run a spot sprayer on occasion. Also one of the analog fuel guage. I also have hand controls to run the gas and brake but are mechanical and no electric. Actually push on the petals. I have only had it about a month.

The issue just happened today. I have rode the cart alot without issues. Went on some trails on our hunt lease for about 7 hours with no issue. Today however my wife and I went for a short ride fully charged and were riding along and going up a hill. Nothing steep and it just quit going forward. You could mash the go petal and nothing. I could hear a lite whining and nothing. We stopped for a minute and it it started working again. I went straight to a steep dirt mound I have went up many times and nothing. We backed out and headed back home. Actually had no problem getting home and I even tested trying to drive up another dirt mound at the house and it worked fine. Voltage said 49.3 on my volt meter at the house. Any thoughts? Again reliability is a must for me as I can't get off and walk home.

Sorry for the novel but wanted to be descriptive as I could. Thanks in advance for any assistance.

Matt
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Unread 05-11-2016, 10:49 PM   #2
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Default Re: issues with txt 48v not moving

Secondly what voltage should I be looking for. Total after charging is in the 52 to 53 range. 9.3 to 9.48 per battery. Again I'm new but isn't that high?
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Unread 05-11-2016, 11:02 PM   #3
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Default Re: issues with txt 48v not moving

Is the controller LED throwing any fault code (red flash) when the cart fails to go ?
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Unread 05-11-2016, 11:59 PM   #4
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I can't get off unless me wheelchair is handy but I just went out and turned on and didn't see any flashing of any sort. Actually didn't see it lit up at all. Which is is charging at the moment. Second dumb question to add on. Is it normal for them all to sound like there boiling? They are all Trojans and have the hydrolink and all the markers show black which I read means there full. Total is showing 59.4 volts
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