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Old 04-28-2013, 01:14 PM   #1
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My Uncle has a 2004 Ezgo.. He is having trouble with the Charger. When he plugs the charger into the cart he gets 2 red blinks on the charger. does this mean there is a voltage fault? or could the charger be bad? here is a pic of the charger. TIA.. any ideas on a fix would help...
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Old 04-29-2013, 04:15 PM   #2
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Two red blinks is battery fault.

What is the Battery pack voltage?
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Old 04-29-2013, 05:14 PM   #3
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I found the fault codes:
LED OPERATION CODES:
SHORT GREEN FLASH = less than 80% charged
LONG GREEN FLASH = more than 80% charged
SOLID GREEN = 100% charged
RED FLASH = fault code
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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Old 08-06-2013, 11:11 AM   #4
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What does red blinking light (fault) on the charger mean?
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Old 08-06-2013, 12:54 PM   #5
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What does red blinking light (fault) on the charger mean?
if you read the above post it explains the codes
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