Jay64 wrote:I think I'm going to jack the rear end up in the air and apply some power straight to the motor to just make sure that is at least working.
Jay64 wrote:I get what you are saying, but, would it be as bad if I used a much lower voltage then the stock full voltage and ran the motor through the gearbox & axles & spun both wheels....and just did it for a moment? I'm not trying to argue with you, just trying to see how far I could push it. I planned to leave the motor installed in the cart with the wheels in the air, then just touch the lugs with a couple of leads coming off a 12v battery.
Jay64 wrote:This is a close up of that 3rd pic above. It seems like someone had messed with some of the wiring at some point. It seems a little ghetto for a factory job. It appears that this is the contactor that is mounted to the bracket that secures the controller in place. If I am wrong, somebody please let me know. But the wiring going to this is a little odd. (The ones with the 2nd arrow.) It appears that someone was running a wire to it, ended up about 3-4 inches short, and then just put in a short piece of wire to close the distance. BUT they didn't have thick enough wire, so they doubled it up. Or is there some reason that a factory would have done it this way?
Jay64 wrote:Does anyone know how much voltage these things normally run on?
Jay64 wrote:What motor?
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