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Author Topic: EV 6010 HELP  (Read 4841 times)
Chopper Scott
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« Reply #15 on: May 26, 2010, 07:28:59 PM »

Just a quick thought also. Do you have a remote start? Something to check. Later
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« Reply #16 on: May 27, 2010, 07:56:54 AM »

I do have a remote start but unplugged it right at the control box. I think this will turn into a winter project. I bought a cheap gen set to keep us going but can already tell it runs warmer than what I'd like it to in my former A/C conderser compartment
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« Reply #17 on: May 27, 2010, 06:01:57 PM »

Hi Busshawg,

It you still need help, give these folks a call.

Hicklin Power Systems
5503 NW 111th Drive
Grimes, Iowa  50111

800 234 eight nine eight nine

dale@hicklinpower.com


I bought my EV6010 from them and, have found them to be very helpful when in need of information and/or trouble shooting.


 By all means call Hicklin power. Customer service second to none, the manager spent 45 minutes on the phone with me to help with a problem!!  If you want to buy a Honda by it from Hicklin!!     JIm
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« Reply #18 on: May 28, 2010, 12:19:10 PM »

Len,

Good point, I misread his posting.

Grant,

It is a starting problem right now, not a gen problem. Very obvious if the starter fuse is blowing. Something is shorted out. Starter circuits are not that complicated so you can sort this out by the process of elimination.

How your dealer diagnosed a gen problem without starting the engine is a mystery?

It sounds as if the worst thing would be needing a new starter and there are a few much less expensive possibilities in the starting circuit.

EVs use separate starting batteries. I use both bus and house batteries, either will work because it is a small engine.

This is an excellent set and will probably outlast the cheapo substitute. Unless it has very high time it is well worth repairing.
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