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Unread 01-31-2019, 09:36 PM   #1
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Default Need a Late TXT Wiring Diagram?

Trying to sort out a few wires via reverse engineering (or reverse shade-tree?) that are on a cart with plug in turn signal accessory. I bought an EPR turn signal kit and no color codes or diagram. I can figure it out..eventually, but a pic would help.
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Unread 02-01-2019, 01:14 AM   #2
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Default Re: Need a Late TXT Wiring Diagram?

I could be wrong, but i think most EZGO standard accessory and lighting kits were basically stand alone circuits just fed from an extra fuse on the standard board. Personally i would keep it that way as it will be easier to diagnose faults later on if it is a completely separate circuit and not loomed in with the cart wiring. Just my opinion.

I will dig out some of my books and see if i can find anything for a later model.

EDIT.

Found this, look at page L11 diagram 9, it may help you out.

http://products.jacobsen.com/img/manuals/605586.pdf

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Just found this later book, but i think you will be better off with the previous one (same page number though LOL)

http://products.jacobsen.com/img/man...f?m=1531730695
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Unread 02-01-2019, 03:05 PM   #3
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Default Re: Need a Late TXT Wiring Diagram?

Here is just the accessory diagram, same as in the full manual.
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File Type: pdf EZGO-TXT Accessory Wiring.pdf (1.87 MB, 0 views)
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Unread 02-02-2019, 09:22 AM   #4
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Default Re: Need a Late TXT Wiring Diagram?

Good info! Thanks.
I sorted it out. The hi/lo switch requires an additional nc/no (5 wire cube) relay. Easy enough.
Had to disassemble in order to sort out. The manufacturer, rather than a simple PC, fired 6 wires together with blocking diodes in a cascade in order for the turn/brake/hazards to function. This "cascade" is inside the split loom and needs to be well secured and not twisted in any way. Only one wire, yellow, controls headlights hi/lo. On or off is controlled by Blue wire which powers tail/marker/head relay.
My txt is a base model and has no body wiring. I was after the accessory plug pinout. All good now.
Thanks again!
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Unread 03-12-2019, 12:49 AM   #5
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The above post is inaccurate. I have the switch sorted out now. There is no hi/lo control in the unit. The hi/lo switch is not functional. The headlights can only offer on or off. I installed a floor mounted hi/lo switch which solved the problem. Also added a separate headlight switch so that the park lights could be used.
The turn signals, hazard lights, horn, brake override, and park lights are all good. The brake light circuit is odd in that it overrides the turn signal...rather than the turn signal overriding the brake light. Whatever. I bought a trailer light converter that will resolve tha brake light thing. I don't see it as an issue needing my attention.
Have an LED light bar that had to be separated from the high beam circuit. Sucker will cause blindness...it's on a separate switch now. Also the crap headights (nice looking crap albeit) had H6m bulbs in them. 30/35 w. They suck. Found 50 w led in cool blue ice that fit the base. All good again.
Not sure what the intended design is for EPR signal unit, but I see why it was only $50 bucks. Still looks nice, but not as advertised.
If anyone wants an EPR turn signal color code, let me know.
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