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  1. Gorj, thanks again for the diagrams. I finally got the 12 volt battery checked; fully charged. So, I think it may be solenoid or actuator problem. I'll get it on stands for wheel removal asap. Cheers.
  2. I will do so on my next visit to the farm. Thank you for that information!
  3. Unfortunately, my efforts to get a single specification page from HiSun has been refused. A service manual is totally out of reach at this point.
  4. Charges overnight after each day of use. It has about 400 miles on it.
  5. That would be wonderful, Gorj! Voltage on all the batteries is 6.3 to 6.4 volts, so why the thing So frequently goes into low voltage mode is a mystery.. We also love the E1. It ain’t stinky! And serves well on our rolling 40 acres. Another issue is that the four wheel drive quit engaging. Same “no help” from HiSun. We could trouble shoot if we had specs. I do appreciate you trying to get your dealer to help out, but understand that it might put him in a bind. Cheers
  6. Thanks. I’ve been trying but COVID has destroyed his two man service shop. I have spoken to HiSun and they won’t release any specs so my electrical engineer son can try to run the problem down. We are pretty well stuck, literally, when the dreaded error code pops up on the panel.
  7. Apparently, the solenoid connector from the instrument panel is vulnerable to moisture and dirt. The four wheel “actuator” is enclosed and hard to test. Actuator is NOT covered by warranty! To get to the solenoid connector requires a lift to remove the front left wheel. I’ll need to get one and haul it up to the farm next week. Thanks for the comments!
  8. All batteries indicate 6.3 or 6.4 volts. The 45C3 code seems to happen less when operating in “M” mode. Better throttle control as well. I remain unsatisfied with the frequency of the “low volte cut” error code but appreciate the comments.
  9. Thanks for that, Remy. I didn't realize that there was a 12 volt system at all! I will get to digging in on these suggestions on Sunday afternoon. Many thanks to all!
  10. I get 6.3 volts at each switch pole. I haven’t identified the solenoid or actuator yet
  11. This is an all electric SxS. There is voltage at the switch but I do not where it goes from there. Hisun will not let me see a schematic. Getting to and from my servicing dealer is a full day and $200 trailer rental. Hoping to get some guidance on where to look. I presume there is a solenoid and some kind of actuator. Anyone know what those look like? Pics? Thanks.
  12. The dashboard display shows a blinking “o”. Four wheel drive does not engage. The accustomed engagement sound is no longer heard. Has anyone a suggestion on where I might troubleshoot? Thanks.
  13. I thought it might be a trouble code. I checked the long list of codes in my manual but I was only looking for 45C. Is there a place where I might find the complete code for redlining the battery temp? Thanks
  14. Our new Sector E1 electric has 45 miles on the odo. It frequently goes into shutdown mode after a few minutes of putzing around the farm. Instrument panel gives a flashing message “45C”. I presume that this means the batteries are overheated. The temperature indicator is maxxed. No stunt driving involved, just the grandkids bumping along in low range across the pasture. Of course, the owners manual does not reference this condition. We park it for a while and it returns to normal; at least until the next overheat. Has anyone else been bothered by this?
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