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Cannot turn off power

On my 36 volt club car, it I turn off the power with the key switch I can still go foreward and reverse. I disconnect the wires from the key switck, same problem. A bad selonoid maybe? stumped! The cart is bout 7 yrs old, good batteries.

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Sounds like you may just have some bare wires touching,Trace the wires from the ignition switch.

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Maybe a shorted solenoid ( two large screw posts). They should only short when 36v is applied across the two small screw posts.
Using a voltmeter, measure voltage across the two small screw posts on solenoid. If you measure 36 volts with key switch off then look for bad switches and/or bad wiring.

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