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Gas powered club Car. Dead. Period. Help!! Battery and most connections are good.

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SOURCE: I replaced the fwd / rev switch on my Club Car 1985

I recently replaced a F/R switch and just happened to write down which wires went where so maybe I can help. The front switch ( closest to front of cart) green/white wire to top contact, white/black to bottom.
Middle switch red/white to top, orange to bottom.
Rear switch green to top, black to middle and white to bottom.

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