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Unread 07-06-2011, 08:47 PM   #441
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diagnostic flowchart for Delta-Q charger


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LED FAULT CODES:
RED FLASH: Light turns on briefly, but does not
flash after that - check for valid AC voltage.
ONE RED FLASH: One flash, a pause and then
again one flash and a pause - Charge Enable
Fault: poor contact in the DC connector or dirty
contacts or Battery Temperature Fault: battery
temperature is greater than 122° F (50° C) or less
than 14° F (-10° C).
TWO RED FLASHES: Two flashes, a pause and
then again two flashes and a pause - Battery Voltage
Fault: Battery pack is less than 36.0 Volts or
more than 67.2 Volts. Battery pack is too discharged
or over charged for the charger to work.
THREE RED FLASHES: Three flashes, a pause
and then again three flashes and a pause - Battery
Charge Time-out: Charge time exceeded 24
hours. This may indicate a problem with the battery
pack or that the charger output current was
severely reduced due to high ambient temperatures.
FOUR RED FLASHES: Four flashes, a pause and
then again four flashes and a pause - Battery
Fault: Charge time exceeded. This indicates a
problem with the battery pack voltage not reaching
the required nominal level within the maximum
time allowed.
SIX RED FLASHES: Six flashes, a pause and
then again six flashes and a pause - Charger
Fault: An internal fault has been detected. If this
fault is displayed again after unplugging the
charger’s DC power cord and plugging it back in,
the charger must be taken to a qualified service
center.
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EZGO 6:1 gear change


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The what drive system, series or shunt, do you have? Charts are also available in the spam free versions below
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Clutch -- Machined Sheave


a machined (secondary) sheave is when they cut the inside down so the sheaves go closer together. That pushes the belt out the top a little, and gives a lower initial low gear. It does work I have one on a clone 16 and it will fast idle at like 2mph, it gains rpm on takeoff faster because of the lower 'gear'. It also pulls the belt deeper into the primary at idle, could cause dragging issue with belt but this cart does not seem to mind. It rips up steep hills.

28 degree is usually the helix angle, the ramps that shift on that sheave or the hub...which ever one does not have the shoes on it. That controls back shifting, or how much it shifts down on high demand/load. This is so when you ride up a hill it shifts back and allows more rpm. the belt torque rotates the sheave on the ramps to shift it with high load of pulling/hill/takeoff. So it depends I forget what way the degrees are measured and what they have stock. A steeper ramp will shift less keeping the rpm more the same under heavy or light load, while a longer less steep ramp will rotate easier under torque and shift more with load change. IIRC the ezgo often swap to different angle with bigblocks. I cut the ramps down on my G9 and it gained rpm when towing, I only did the first part of the ramp so over about 5mph it is stock. It only does it at larger throttle, it was done to get a boat out of a lake. The spring preloads the ramps to adjust how they work, a stock spring you can rotate more or less to control partial throttle rpm and make it back shift going downhill. But it keeps the rpm up all the time, takes more gas and makes more noise, but would cool it more. You can tighten it up some and give it more snap since it adjusts about anywhere in between. You change what holes the spring is in to vary it. Aftermarket springs do not preload they just force it apart with a lot more force, that clamps the belt more and keeps it from shifting out as soon, keeps rpm up more.

The clone cart with the cut sheave I ran with the stock engine it also helped that, but always had a stock spring in it. I don't prefer aftermarket springs I think it better to run an aftermarket clutch you can adjust...but some people swear by the springs. One that is too strong can kill your top speed so be careful what you get. They are hard to put on and you need the spacer on the yamaha behind the clutch it will break the snapring. Most take them out if they put a larger engine in.



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G1 Crank Seal Replacement


G1 Oil Seal Replacement- Fan Side


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YAMAHA WIRING DIAGRAMS




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