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brugja

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HELP System fault C2
« on: December 21, 2017, 02:30:50 AM »
Hello,
My bike doesn't charge anymore, it gives a C2 error. I saw the topic with the 0 amps charge and i read the topic about the melted connectors. Is there anybody who can tell me witch connectors they are referring to? Are they talking about the charger connector on the "tank" or are they talking about the charger inside the motorcycle?

Any other options are welcome.

thanks in advance

frodus

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Re: HELP System fault C2
« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2017, 11:54:19 AM »
C2 is a generic charger fault, if that helps.

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Re: HELP System fault C2
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2017, 05:01:50 AM »
C2 is a generic charger fault, if that helps.

Wich charger do they mean by that, the lead or the one inside the bike? Do you have some more information about this?

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Re: HELP System fault C2
« Reply #3 on: December 23, 2017, 02:07:12 PM »
I don't have any more information, only a list of faults. It's labeled as a charger fault. There's only one charger. Outside the bike, that would be the EVSE or charging station. The charger is actually under the seat in the bike.




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Re: HELP System fault C2
« Reply #4 on: January 03, 2018, 08:57:37 AM »
aparently it was a melted connector wich i have replaced, but now it still doesn't want to start charging because my bike is completly empty so it doesn't give a signal to start charging.

Any suggestions?

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Re: HELP System fault C2
« Reply #5 on: January 07, 2018, 12:08:47 PM »
As others have posted about similar problems, The DC-DC converter must start to provide 12 volt power.  On the Brammo, there is a two pin plastic connector under the "tank" cover, on the Victory, there is a Hella plug mounted on the bracket that holds the J1772 connector.  Apply 12 volt power (from a fused battery not a charger) to the connector which is polarity sensitive.  On the Victory, it is the center pin.  Not sure on the Brammo but someone on this forum should know which pin is which.  This should power up the circuits required to get things moving.  Once powered and charging, remove the 12 volt battery and let things proceed as normal and you should be able to get going unless your high voltage pack is actually totally dead---then you have a big problem