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Old 01-11-2010, 03:07 PM   #11
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Old 01-11-2010, 03:07 PM   #12
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Old 01-13-2010, 03:34 AM   #14
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sounds like a striped brake hub,

you have to be able to see the castle nut in the middle of your rear wheels, if you have a center cap covering the nut, you need to remove it, when you can see the castle nut holding the hub on the axle, --- this will take two people to do, one of you put your foot on the brake and push the go pedal easy, JUST for a second, and the other needs to see if the NUT in the middle of the wheel is spinning, and the wheel is not, start with the driver side, but check both , this is a common problem with ezgo, let us know what you find, its a easy fix if this is your problem.




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PDS solenoid activation circuit


Trouble shoot the solenoid activation circuit. that will tell where the problem is. Here is the circuit...

PDS solenoid activation
Power starts on the White wire on the 36+ of the battery pack.
Power travels to the charger receptacle, goes through a reed switch inside the receptacle and comes out on the red 12 gauge red wire.
The red wire travels back through the loom into controller molex connector at pin 4, out of pin9 to the keyswitch and back in pin 8, out pin 1 to the directional toggle switch & back in pin 3 or 4.
Finally coming out pin 7 to positive side of the solenoid activation circuit. (yellow)
The negative side of the solenoid activation circuit is out of pin #6 (blue)

The peddle micro switch is a separate control circuit at controller plug J4 basically red to switch and green back.
The Run/Tow switch is also a separate control circuit.



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Belt sizes from Dayco



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Simple trick to measure the length belt you need.

Use a flat cloth tape or clothesline - wrap it around the center shaft inside the drive clutch and around the outermost diameter of the driven clutch.... this measurement + 2 inches is the length of belt you need. Post that measurement here and we will see what stock cart belt fits, if any.


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They make rear bed kits for the TXT, however that bed is from a workhorse, so you will need to fabricate mounts. I think it would be cheaper just to buy a brand new box for your cart, and it wouldn't be rusty.
here are some links of site sponsors with beds.
http://www.golfcartking.com/index.ph...x&cPath=17_236
http://www.eccustomgolfcarts.com/car...-41_77_79.html
https://www.3rsalesandservice.com/ca...=BOX&pManuf=EZ
http://www.everythingcarts.com/c-49-cargo.aspx
http://trademarkcarts.com/category/42_58/cargo-boxes
might want to consider this also, not much more and you can carry two more people.
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blindness, explosions and acid baths come to mind, but there may be other reasons also.

The battery pack contains several megajoules of energy, more than enough to create an arc many times brighter than the sun.
Hydrogen gas is produced during the charge/discharge cycle and all that is needed is a spark to go boom!
The electrolyte is 35% h2so4 and there are gallons of it waiting to be launched.

If b- is attached to the frame, any metal to metal contact between any of the high current carrying cable connectors and the frame could:
A. Weld the short circuit in place
b. Explode one or more batteries
c. Spray gallons of sulphuric acid all over everything in the vicinity.

While isolating the frame doesn't eliminate all the safety hazards lurking under the seat, it does mitigate some of the avoidable ones.

When working under the seat, always wear safety goggles, full face shield is preferred.
Avoid using wrenches long enough to short between battery posts if dropped. (torque spec for battery terminals is only 100 in/lb, so you don't need much leverage)
ezgo and other cart manufactures advocate using insulated wrenches. (personally, i believe insulated tools tend to create a false sense of security)
the batteries themselves are the source of the hazards and they cannot be turned off.
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