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Old 03-28-2020, 02:30 PM   #61
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Hi scotty im installing a sr500 and sw202 that i got from you today just seen that your photo of your wiring and the diagram don't match im confused witch is right does the a1 or a2 go to the m1 on alltrax
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Old 03-28-2020, 02:47 PM   #62
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You are looking at some old info here. Since this thread was posted the SW202 got a magnetic blowout feature which necessitated a cable change where B+ went to the common bar.
Essentially there is more than one way to wire a series drive. Follow the diagram you got with the SW202 you bought.
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Old 10-03-2020, 08:43 PM   #63
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I have been installing the SR48500 and have become stumped.
1. I do not have an orange wire. I have black white (throttle), red to red (from foot switch) and GREEN from foot switch.
2. where do I connect the GREEN. Originally on my Alltrax AXE it attached to another green wire that went into a harness. Not sure where it went.
3. Instructions say OEM ORANGE wire to blue terminal. Is this a B- connection to the Blue terminal???? Possibly directly from the battery??
4. Do I hook the green wire back up to the original connection??
5. If I read the instructions it would appear that the green from the foot switch connects to the blue terminal. However the schematic show's differently.
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Old 10-04-2020, 12:13 PM   #64
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I have been installing the SR48500 and have become stumped.
1. I do not have an orange wire. I have black white (throttle), red to red (from foot switch) and GREEN from foot switch.
2. where do I connect the GREEN. Originally on my Alltrax AXE it attached to another green wire that went into a harness. Not sure where it went.
3. Instructions say OEM ORANGE wire to blue terminal. Is this a B- connection to the Blue terminal???? Possibly directly from the battery??
4. Do I hook the green wire back up to the original connection??
5. If I read the instructions it would appear that the green from the foot switch connects to the blue terminal. However the schematic show's differently.
What year and body style (Marathon, Medalist or TXT) cart.
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Old 10-04-2020, 03:25 PM   #65
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It is a 2006 TXT 36 volt.

Do I connect the green wire from the foot switch to the green wire from the ignition switch. That was the AXE connection. The Scematic shows connection to the KSI(??)

The ignition switch has two wires a blue and a green the blue wire attaches to the micro switch on the forward and reverse.

The insrructions say to put a spade connector on the red wire from the KSI throttle bundle however the drawing shows that wire is connected to the solenoid and then a wire from the solenoid to the red cup on the controller.

I have run a black wire from the negative on the solenoid to the black cupholder on the controller, that is the only ground I see. I do not see a ground that goes to the battery. The AXE had a black to B- but the SR says to run from the solenoid to the black spade on the controller which I have done.

The instructions say to connect an orange wire to the blue terminal on the controller I do not have an orange wire

It would appear that the green wire from the foot switch may attach to the green wire from the key switch with the other wire from the keyswitch going to the forward reverse switch.

If this is the case, I do not believe that the personality switch drawing is correct as this schematic shows it coming from the key switch and their instructions show it coming off of the KSI red cup.
The instructions are for the SR48500 EZGO 1994 and newer.

Thanks for any help you can give me. I have stopped until I can get this figured out.

When I refer to the instuctions those are at the bottom Left on the schematic but I believe there are inconsistancines with the drawing schematic. I have some pictures but do not know how to uplard them to this forum.
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Old 10-04-2020, 06:03 PM   #66
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Attach the pictures to a post with the paperclip.
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Old 10-05-2020, 08:28 AM   #67
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I have uploaded 5 pictures.
Scotty suggest that I reconnect the green as was original.
I am still confused as to
1. the orange wire I don't have
2. hooking up the FN1 to the KSI red on controller with double tap and green. This does not match the schematic provided but I think its correct.
3. must be getting the minus (-) from the black spade terminal to the solenoid and not the B- as the original AXE did.


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Old 10-05-2020, 11:15 AM   #68
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I have attached the Alltrax schematic showing what I think to be correct.
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Old 10-05-2020, 11:26 AM   #69
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I have uploaded 5 pictures.
Scotty suggest that I reconnect the green as was original.
I am still confused as to
1. the orange wire I don't have
2. hooking up the FN1 to the KSI red on controller with double tap and green. This does not match the schematic provided but I think its correct.
3. must be getting the minus (-) from the black spade terminal to the solenoid and not the B- as the original AXE did.


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https://www.dropbox.com/sh/6jhzz9i6t...RVJFkjcpa?dl=0
1. There orange wire should connect MS-4 to the Blue push-on connector on the SR. (MS-2 is the microswitch on the F/R assembly with the blue wire to the keyswitch on it. The other microswitch is MS-4, which shoul have two wire out, one for the reverse beeper and the other for 1/2 speed reverse on the controller)

2. The FN1 should pick up pack voltage between the keyswitch and pedal switch. You've got is after the pedal switch.

3. Yes.

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Looks like you've cut off the in-line connector at the end of the gray cable from the pedal box, so the blue and green wires in picture 3 of 5 attached to your post should be connected. That would connect the keyswitch output to the pedal switch input like is should be. This is also where the FN1 ought to be connected.
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