We have a Razor Ground Force electric powered Go Kart that is a littler over a year old. A few months ago it suddenly stopped working. It turns on but thats it. No movement when the accelerator lever is push forward. Any ideas?
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roll up some tin foil flatten it to the size of the battery you need,circumfrence not the actual size of battery,push it against the spring where you would normally put the bigger battery then push the little battery on on top so it fits tight in the slot for the battery,WALLA,you now have power.its the same principle with all batteries.
Just converted our Razor Kart to a 49cc gas motor. Is twice as fast as the electric version but was very unstable with the stock wheels. I went with 4" slicks and is much better. Transplanted the drive train from a pocket bike with electric start and speedometer. Was a 2 day project and was well worth the time.
Wire connection seems to be the problem with any electric dependent vehicles of that sort. They are usually cheap so the wireing is cheap as well. Check to see if there is any loose wires or even some cuts in the wire. Repair them if so. If not that...make sure anything that likes too dirty than what you think it should be...clean it off with a can of compressed air (don't put water on that sort of stuff). Keep checking around the kart and check for anything out of the ordinary and work from there. Hope this helps ^_^
If the charger is left plugged in longer then 24 hours you may over charge the batteries and they will not work properly. Also You must charge the batteries once a month even if it hasn't been used.
Lift up the back end of the gocart and see if the wheels spin when you pull the throttle. If you only get a clicking sound start by replacing the control modulator. 10 months old your batteries should be still good unless you over charged them. (Leaving plugged in longer then a day) Good luck...
If your batteries are good and are putting out the proper voltage I would say your control mod has failed. Usually all the lights work but all you get is a faint clicking sound everytime you turn the throttle.