Hello everyone, Im working on a 90's pds freedom se with f/r on dash. I thought working on this cart would be simple and fun to trouble shoot, however I seem to be running out of ideas. with a new solenoid,37volts,good ground at the blue wire, theres no click. I think the reed sw ok, cause the red wire has power returning from it. I have not taken it apart. the pedal micro sw has continuity. there is no beeps from the dash and thought to check the key switch.From what i understand its a two circuit isolated for the light and run mode. I cant find info on trouble shooting it to feel confident in repacing it. So I pulled out the key switch panel couldnt find 36v just 12v.the only wire diagram i could find was for a dcs system wich is simular but not exact. anyone with and idea would be appreciated .
Hello Dougmcp ,Thanks for the diagram, its the same basic set up with a few minor differences noted at the solenoid so far. This diagram shows a red from the pedal to the left side of the coil solenoid with a yellow wire, which makes sense. Mine has one yellow wire. I traced the dead 36v key switch wire(white yellow trace) to the controller. The fnr swtch has no power but does have continuity. On the other end the reed switch wire has power and the micro switch has continuity and power. The on thing thats left is the tow switch, and what are odds on that? I tested with a digital vom and had to crank it to 200m before I got some numbers on it.
Hello dougmcp, Thanks for asking however,another member sent me a service manual. after doing the trouble shooting Im almost convinced I might have been given the wrong box. im not even getting power out of the box for the short solenoid coil wire or the 36v key sw wire circuit. When i brought the old box to the parts store they couldnt reference the P/n on the c box . the last 3 digits on the cart is go1 and the box is go5 if that makes a difference. I dont remember what the other box read and I dont know if there are other c boxes out there that looks correct but are designed differently.