XM 2000 MOD HELP

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Scottmagic
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XM 2000 MOD HELP

Recently I purchased the controller, motor, wheel/rim and rectifier that comes standard with the xm2000. These parts were to go on my evader 100s, since the brush motor was done for good. I hooked everything up exactly as in the diagram, but did have a small black&white wire from the controller that was unaccounted for. After the overhaul, it the scooter did not work. Looks like no power to the throttle. I realize the xm2000 is dual speed and am wondering if I need to have the exact throttle piece or if there is something inherit in the wiring of the xm-2000 scooter that is not allowing power to the throttle.

Does anyone have an idea what might be missing in my current configuration. Is there a relay or sensor of some sort I need? Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Sean

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Re: XM 2000 MOD HELP

Hi Sean,

Unfortunately I can't help ya with the xm2000 and the black&white wire but I can say ... Welcome to the "V" Community.
We have some very helpful folks on board that I'm sure will be glad to help out when they see your post.

I didn't see anything right off but you might want to check out the V is for Voltage Community Library and the EV Download Library to see if there is anything there that can help in the meantime.

Good Luck on the project!

Dave B

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Re: XM 2000 MOD HELP

Will let you know next week when I am back home to try it, but it should.

Sean

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Re: XM 2000 MOD HELP

Actually, it looks like the post office will do it for 23 bucks, parcel post. Let me give the other battery a week or so to get here though. If it really is 3 batteries that Ill need replaced to fix peformance, id rather know that before getting 1 from you ;)

You wear out those lawn mower batteries yet?

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