1003RE: [force_ev] new sound, doesn't sound good.
- Sep 7, 2004About 27K and I agree it doesn't make since but I do know that other
Solectria Forces have had to replace the bearing in their motor. I have the
car put up on a rack and we looked at it under power and could hear the
sound in the drive train but could not see anything. I will take Otmar out
in it tomorrow and let him listen to it to see what he thinks. Thanks for
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From: Gordon Stallings [mailto:genki@...]
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2004 7:36 PM
Subject: Re: [force_ev] new sound, doesn't sound good.
How many miles are on your motor? Surely the motor uses ball or
roller bearings, not sleeve bearings. I'd think such bearings should
last a long time. Make sure that some insulation or other material
isn't rubbing the driveshafts. These might only be rubbing when
>I am hearing a new sound in my 1999 Force that seems to be getting more andYahoo! Groups Sponsor
>more noticeable. It is a fluttering sound that only seems to be there when
>the motor is under torch (power or regen). Kevin, at Solectria, thinks it
>might be a motor bearing. Any thoughts?
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>4189 Baker Ave.
>Palo Alto, CA 94306-3908
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