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Old 02-17-2017, 10:03 PM   #71
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well I sure hope the lower end of that spectrum is the end I land at. Thank you for the quick reply. They said they have to order a new one to part swap unless other location in area has one in stock. I imagine it'll be a week before I hear back. Thanks again!
I rebuild ones that need it and convert them over for Curtis controllers.
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Old 03-11-2017, 09:03 PM   #72
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Default Re: >1 mph F or R - Fully Charged Help

So i just wanted to wrap this deal up with the final result. I got it back yesterday afternoon and the final diagnosis was the actual motor. Funny thing is they were initially certain it was the wiring harness, so they ordered one to part swap and verify. Wrong, fully swapped motors and it fixed the issue altogether. The deal they made was to keep the used motor they tested on the cart (2009 RXV stock motor-same as the broken one on cart) and keep the installed harness so they didnt have to remove it for a total of $875 including tax. Considering i got a working good motor and a new harness for the cost including labor and everything, i feel like i came out pretty solid, what are your thoughts?
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Old 03-12-2017, 11:57 PM   #73
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So i just wanted to wrap this deal up with the final result. I got it back yesterday afternoon and the final diagnosis was the actual motor. Funny thing is they were initially certain it was the wiring harness, so they ordered one to part swap and verify. Wrong, fully swapped motors and it fixed the issue altogether. The deal they made was to keep the used motor they tested on the cart (2009 RXV stock motor-same as the broken one on cart) and keep the installed harness so they didnt have to remove it for a total of $875 including tax. Considering i got a working good motor and a new harness for the cost including labor and everything, i feel like i came out pretty solid, what are your thoughts?
Glad to hear it's fixed now!

AC motors rarely fail. A new motor from shopezgo costs more than that. You did ok, and have a new harness to boot!
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