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I have a ezgo 36 it's got power but runs slow, batteries are full

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Does your controller have a 6 pin connector on the top? If it does then only 4 pins are wired. Pins 1 and 2 are the throttle, pin 3 is reverse and pin 4 activates the controller.
First I would check the batteries under load. then check voltage from main negative battery post to pins 3 and 4. Should get approx. 15 volts going to the ITS throttle and other pin should get 5 volts at full throttle. If you get no voltage at either pin then probably a bad controller. Go to buggiesgonewild.com and search for wiring diagrams, they have a few for download.

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First of all, lift rear axle off the ground and place blocks or jack stands underneath. Check to see if you have 36 volts On your batteries. Now you want to run a jumper across the big cables on the solenoid. Press the accelerator and the motor should engage. Clicking is a pretty sure sign that the solenoid is bad. Please let me know if this is useful. I can further elaborate more troubleshooting if this doesn't solve your problem.

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