well i tried the motor switch an nuttin happened. it did the same thing. what could be the problem.i tried 3 different noids an still nuttin. jus dat damn clickin noise from the noids. i am in need of some major help.
take the motor off and do a quick check.....grab your battery charger and put the positive on the stud and put the ground on the motor case and turn the charger to start and see if the motor spins.......
yo what do ya mean by bad earths? i am jus gettin pissed at this shit. but i'll check everything else. so to test the noids wit a test light, all i have to do is ground the test light an put the point to the terminals of the noids.
well i got pissed off enough that i pulled out the whole set up. an put it all back in an found out that 1 battery was completley shot no power what so ever. now i have it wired up as 36 volts. for now until i get 2 new batts. but thanks to everyone who gave me places to start lookin.
Using a volt meter will not tell you if you have a bad batery, nor is a load test 100% dependable. A simple hydrometer will work fine if you have not recently added water (NOT ELECTROLITE). If you are using lead acids.
There are other ways, I'll make a full list and post sometime.