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GEORGE 12-29-2009 07:16 AM

86 Club Car won't run on 36 volt post will on 18 or 24 post
 
Was running on the 36 volt now just clicks when I put it on 18 or 24 post it will run. But won't charge unless I put back on 36 post Help thanks

scottyb 12-29-2009 09:30 AM

Re: 86 Club Car won't run on 36 volt post will on 18 or 24 post
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by GEORGE (Post 331471)
Was running on the 36 volt now just clicks when I put it on 18 or 24 post it will run. But won't charge unless I put back on 36 post Help thanks

Can you explain this in much more detail? I do not know how you are doing this?

Fishing Dude 12-29-2009 09:40 AM

Re: 86 Club Car won't run on 36 volt post will on 18 or 24 post
 
Battery reading after charged and setting 1 hour? Also may have a battery hooked up backwards.

GEORGE 12-29-2009 09:54 AM

Re: 86 Club Car won't run on 36 volt post will on 18 or 24 post
 
Put new batteries in a year ago ran OK then it would just click when I tryed to go. It still would run in reverse. After alot of trial and error I hooked the forward wire to the reverse 18 volt post and it ran forward I then hooked it to the 24 volt and it ran. When I try the 30 or 36 volt hookup on the last 2 batteries postive posts just click. Batteriers are charged. Over my head thanks for the help

scottyb 12-29-2009 10:01 AM

Re: 86 Club Car won't run on 36 volt post will on 18 or 24 post
 
Ok, that helps. Lets start with the basics. What is the cart serial #?

GEORGE 12-29-2009 10:07 AM

Re: 86 Club Car won't run on 36 volt post will on 18 or 24 post
 
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GLEEMO 12-30-2009 12:40 PM

Re: 86 Club Car won't run on 36 volt post will on 18 or 24 post
 
George , do you have a Digital Volt Meter ?

The Batteries should all be wired with the negative - of the first battery connected to the + Positive on the 2nd Battery ,
then the - Negative of the second connected to the +Positive of the 3rd Battery ....etc.

Look at the 36Volt wiring Diag here http://www.buggiesgonewild.com/elect...ry-wiring.html


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