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No start... No crank.... FRUSTRATED

Discussion in 'Help Wanted' started by prairiehorse, Nov 26, 2017.

  1. BWG56

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    It posted, post #18
     
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    Worth a check again, but now it might make more sense if your hand control board was shorting out.

    But to check unplug green wire and put positive lead on the wire and ground on the battery ground with the key off and key on should be zero volts with the rip. Then try hitting the start button and you should then see the +12v just for as long as the button is pressed, once you let go of the start button should see the meter hit zero again.

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    Worked exactly as described as far as voltage on green wire..... Whew
     
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    Glad you're up and running.
    Check the battery terminals and make sure there tight.
     
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    Cool sounds like trouble was with a loose PCB then

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    Yup...... Something do lil caused so much grief n frustration
     
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    I´ve been there, same thing did happen to me last year.... I wish I had read your post earlier, I would have told you and save you all the fucking around!!!!

    :chopper:
     
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