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  • cdawg
  • Illinois, United States
I have a doosan that only drives 1mph after driving it around for about 30 [url removed] recently replaced the left motor due to it being noisy but the problem was there before [url removed] figured that was causing the problem but it didn't go [url removed] is at 37.8 at standing
  • Posted 28 Jan 2016 05:11 AM
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  • cdawg
  • Illinois, United States
[url removed] were told by doosan that a bad encoder on the motor might be the [url removed] replaced the encoder but the problem is still [url removed] suggestions on what might be the problem to this big headache??
  • Posted 5 Feb 2016 12:24 PM
You need a dealer to program New encoder to controller.
  • Posted 28 Feb 2016 03:37 PM
Is this a 24 or 48V machine?, and when you say voltage is 37 resting is that battery voltage you're measuring?. Does it have AC or DC drive motors?. The speed encoder is plug and play as just a pulse generator so no need to set up etc. Does steering in either direction make any difference? [url removed] does it feel as though one motor is fighting the other?
  • Posted 18 Jun 2016 01:54 AM
Also worth checking handbrake transfer pivots. They're under the battery under covers so prone to corrosion and sticking causing brake binding.
  • Posted 18 Jun 2016 01:59 AM
Lol.. Just noticed I'm 5 months too late trying to help you with this!!. Assuming you're up and running now!. What was the outcome out of curiosity?.
  • Posted 18 Jun 2016 02:20 AM
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