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Coltf1991 11-17-2011 07:34 PM

Sound right?
 
Okay just want to verify with the experts that this is right.

I got my ezgo back today, and going to try and get it running one more time.

Okay, I'll put my connections in a list how I have them connected:

Cable from negative side of solenoid to B+
Cable from B+ to A2 on the motor
Cable from M- to A1 on the motor
Cable from B- to negative on battery pack
Cable from positive side of solenoid fused to positive on the battery pack

Activation circuit:

Red wire is on same post as cable coming from + on battery pack
Yellow wire is in the little terminal on that same side
Blue wire is on the opposite side of yellow
Silver band on diode is on same side as yellow wire

F2 wire to F2
F1 wire to F1

Factory harness plugged into PDS adapter

Run/Tow switch plugged in.

White from charge port to + main
Black from charge port to - main


What else am I missing or does anybody see anything wrong?

Any flow chart I should be following?

rib33024 11-17-2011 07:58 PM

Re: Sound right?
 
Cable from negative side of solenoid to B+

Not sure what you mean here ??, but it's not right :help:

EDIT: I think you mean, the small post, blue wire as neg, and refereeing to the large post on that side of the solenoid?, then yes it looks good
Both large post on the solenoid are POS +

Cable from B+ to A2 on the motor
Cable from M- to A1 on the motor
Cable from B- to negative on battery pack
Cable from positive side of solenoid fused to positive on the battery pack












http://www.buggiesgonewild.com/attac...ds-diagram.jpg

scottyb 11-17-2011 08:29 PM

Re: Sound right?
 
There is no negative or positive side of the solenoid.
Only the diode has polarity restrictions. The banded side has to be toward the positive wire.
Back to the solenoid ~ It is a light switch. The big posts are the B+ main power in and power out. This is what is what is being switched on and off.
The switching is activated at the small posts. Here is where the negative comes in :wink: It takes a positive and a negative to activate the switch. So you will have one positive and one negative switching signal leads...... guess what the solenoid does not care where you put what. Pick a small post and put the + or - wire there and then put the opposite + or - on the other small post. The solenoid is correctly wired. Now the diode cares bunches how it is orientated. Put the banded end of the diode toward the positive activation wire on the small posts.

That's it :thumbup:

Coltf1991 11-17-2011 10:23 PM

Re: Sound right?
 
Rib yes sorry that is the only way I could think to describe it. I was relating it to the activation circuit.

Scotty thanks man. So it appears I have EVERYTHING wired up right then! Before I try and make it run I need to program my controller.

LostHusker 11-17-2011 10:37 PM

Re: Sound right?
 
Did you go and get the cable for your cpu?

crash12888 11-17-2011 10:38 PM

Re: Sound right?
 
I'd almost swear I've heard that before somewhere!!!! :lhmo::lhmo::lhmo::lhmo:

Spawn 11-17-2011 10:55 PM

Re: Sound right?
 
:lhmo::lhmo::lhmo:

Give it hell Colt. Keep us posted!:thumbup:

scottyb 11-17-2011 11:04 PM

Re: Sound right?
 
I have a dozen cables here :lol:

LostHusker 11-17-2011 11:10 PM

Re: Sound right?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by crash12888 (Post 649792)
I'd almost swear I've heard that before somewhere!!!! :lhmo::lhmo::lhmo::lhmo:


Hmmmm I wonder where????? :lhmo:


Quote:

Originally Posted by scottyb (Post 649803)
I have a dozen cables here :lol:

:roll::lhmo:

Coltf1991 11-17-2011 11:35 PM

Re: Sound right?
 
No I do need to go get one. I probably have one somewhere around the house:lhmo:

Cheer me on don't bring up the past:lhmo:


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