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Unread 06-14-2018, 06:21 AM   #11
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Is there a tow/run switch on your controller?


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Unread 06-14-2018, 06:26 AM   #12
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Default Re: Replacing/upgrading 36v motor???

The smaller gauge wire in the Motor Field posts indicate a Sepex Motor.
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The smaller gauge wire in the Motor Field posts indicate a Sepex Motor.


You are right. I shouldíve noticed that.

jmsabo- the motor you sent will not work. That is a ďseriesĒ wound motor. A DCS cart uses a Sepex motor.


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Unread 06-14-2018, 01:43 PM   #14
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jmsabo, slow down buddy, tell us what kind of cart you have, so we can help you
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jmsabo, slow down buddy, tell us what kind of cart you have, so we can help you


Heís obviously got a DCS. Maybe a Medalist? Iím just guessing. A lot of the medalists had DCS. Also could be a TXT.


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So Iím having issues with my 36v motor. . I hav changed the solenoid, resistor, remanded controller is less than year old, batteries are 8months old, and ITS sensor. Only thing left i can think it would be is the motor! Not sure if brushes coil or what. Iím just going to replace it. I see several on eBay for $400-600. I have attached a pic of one that is a speed motor but says for a lifted cart i need to get a high amp solenoid! Do i really need to upgrade my solenoid and cables ? It said if it was a factory cart i didnít need to upgrade anything. Any advice on this? Or should i just get a regular factory motor?
Lets revisit the original complaint. I am having intermittent power losses.
Based upon the language of this complaint can I assume the cart runs fine at times and then quits? Does it resume operation after some time only to quit again later? If yes ya'll barking up the wrong tree
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