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Troubleshooting


Using Troubleshooting Chart

If you are experiencing a problem that is not listed in this chart, see your authorized dealer for service.

When you have checked all the possible causes listed and you are still experiencing the problem, see your authorized dealer.

Lights

IF

CHECK

Lights do not work

Loose or defective bulb.

ON/OFF switch connection loose.

ON/OFF switch defective. (See your John Deere dealer.)

Loose or corroded battery connections.

Blown 10 amp (58 volt) fuse beneath hood. (See your John Deere dealer for this fuse.)

Blown fuse in vehicle charger receptacle. (See your John Deere dealer.)


Motor

IF

CHECK

Motor will not run

Battery set power completely depleted.

Press directional control switch into NEUTRAL “N” position.

Park brake locked.

Service/drive switch not in the RUN position.

Key switch not in the ON (“1”) position.

Loose or corroded battery connections.

Charger DC outlet plug connected to vehicle.

Defective motor controller, blown 20 amp (80 volt) fuse, or other electrical condition. (See your John Deere dealer.)

Blown 10 amp (58 volt) fuse under passenger seat. (See your John Deere dealer for this fuse.)


Batteries

IF

CHECK

Batteries low in capacity (Shorter than expected run time)

Batteries not fully charged. Change battery set.

Dead cell in battery - check specific gravity.

Old battery(s) - check specific gravity.

Loose or corroded battery connections.

Electrolyte levels - correct if necessary.

Load test needed. (See your John Deere dealer.)

Entire electrical system does not work

Blown fuse. (See your John Deere dealer for fuses.)

Loose or corroded connections.

Sulfated or worn out battery.

Back-up warning alarm or battery charge meter does not work.

Blown 10 amp (58 volt) fuse under passenger seat. (See your John Deere dealer for fuse.)

Horn, cargo box lift, or other accessory does not work

Blown 10 amp (58 volt) fuse under hood. (See your John Deere dealer for fuse.)


Battery Charger

IF

CHECK

Batteries will not charge

Frayed or damaged power cords.

AC and DC power cords properly connected.

Electrical supply circuit breaker.

Blown fuse in vehicle charger receptacle. (See your John Deere dealer.)

Defective Charger. (See your John Deere dealer.)