your saying i have to replace the brand new motor they put in plus a controllerwow
new motor and controller a must !!!!
your looking north of $1200 new
give my buddy Dave a call he has what you need
run/tow switch is disconnected ... no problem as long as you disconnect the batteries BEFORE working on it
new motor confirmed by his brother which is a good friend of mine build date on motor is 7/30/21 from nidec drive systems and not sure im assuming a missconected wire some where and i compleatly understand not trusting just what anyone says when their trying to selland let me say this
new motor or used ? who said ? your people or a jerk off crag's list??
what melted the controller?
i'm not busting your balls but i have repaired a lot of "like new carts"
all 4 pins have continuity with each other but not the the case doesn't matter what pin you put it on it beeps so ex f1/s1 beeps when touching a1 or a2 s2 does the sameMOTOR SHOULD OF SPUN
NO SPIN NO WORKY
How To Test Your Golf Cart Motor For A Short
Begin by labeling the cables going to your electric motor and put a corresponding label on the motor itself if it does not already have one.
Assuming that we’re using a multimeter and not just a continuity tester, set your tester to the continuity setting and if it doesn’t have one, set it for ohms. Most testers will give you an audible beep sound indicating continuity, but if yours doesn’t have a beep then you will need to watch the meter.
Testing your golf cart motor for a short is a fairly easy process. This is an important test to do on your motor before replacing the controller because a short could damage the new controller irreparably. Please note that this test will not find a short in the armature.
Note that continuity testing is not directional, so it doesn’t matter if the red and black are reversed. Using the illustration below, run these quick tests for electrical shorts before continuing on to the functionality test.
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