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1993 club car 36 volt only has high replaced solenoids & micro switches

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check the fuses of the brake light...
and also check if the bulb is working or not..

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SOURCE: cannot turn off power

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

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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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SOURCE: Have 36 volt club car w/coils

I DON'T HAVE HELP FOR THIS BUT.................WITH MINE THE RELAYS SEEM TO JUST CLICK. DOES FINE IN REVERSE BUT WILL NOT GO FORWARD. I DID GET A WIRING DIAGRAM BUT CAN NOT TELL FROM IT WHAT WOULD BE WRONG. WHAT ARE THE CONNECTIONS ON THE MOTOR. THERE ARE FOUR. WHAT IS WHAT THERE? THANK YOU TRACY

Posted on May 13, 2010

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36V club car. New batteries, new controller, new solonoid, new micro switchs, new cables. It will not make a sound and it will not go. What is wrong?


Verify that all battery cables are wired correctly. Should be in series-- neg to pos , neg to pos etc. Then measure total voltage at the main positive and negative battery posts, should be close to 36 volts. If we are good there then measure the voltage at the small posts of the solenoid when the f/r switch is in either position, the key switch is on and the pedal is pressed. I would do this only if the rear wheels are off the ground. Lets say that you do measure 36 volts there, that would mean the solenoid is probably bad.
Now lets say you don't measure 36 volts. Normally there is a small red wire connected to the main positive battery wire at the charger receptacle, it feeds the key switch, key switch comes back and feeds the micro switch on the back of the f/r switch, then to the positive side of solenoid. So connect black voltmeter lead to main negative and with the red lead measure voltage at solenoid. If no voltage keep working back until you find the trouble.
Assuming you have good voltage on positive side, now we check negative side. You probably have a fan shaped black plastic object mounted on the frame under the seat. It's named V-Glide. When you step on accelerator pedal a micro switch in the v-glide closes and provides negative to the solenoid. I hope this helps.

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Solenoid clicks. Why doesn't it go?


Need to know what kind of cart you have. Ezgo, Club Car?

36 volt, 48 volt ? for ezgo look at manuf. code, for club car serial number has the year. Then maybe we can figure out something.

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1998 48V electric club car - just replaced 48 volt batteries and two solenoids, but still can't get it to run. can hear back up alarm, but no juice to key switch or pedal. help!


If you go to www.studmonkeyracing.com/forums/cc48v.jpg you will find a schematic for what I believe will be close to wiring of your cart. A systematic check of volts to the various components should get you going. 1st port of call, you should see 48 volts on both sides of the keyswitch when it is on. Check the fuse in line with the red wire from the solenoid to the on-board computer.
It may simply be that you have one battery terminal too loose and it just wont allow you to draw enough current to run anything but the buzzer. Does the buzzer stop when you press your foot on the gas? If so it really does point to a loose battery connection.

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1993 suburban is not starting and it is not the battery. What could it be?


IF BATTERY CABLES OLD THEY WILL CAUSE POOR GROUND HIGH RESISTANCE IN STARTER CIRCUIT CAUSING STARTER NOT TO CRANK ENGINE.CHECK TO SEE IF DASH LIGHTS AND GAUGES WORK WHEN YOU TURN ON IGNITION SWITCH IF NO CHECK IGNITION FUSES.IF FUSES OKAY IGNITION SWITCH IS OPEN NEED REPLACING.NOW IF BATTERY VOLTAGE IS 12.6 VOLTS, BATTERY CABLES GOOD AND IGNITION SWITCH AND FUSE OKAY. STARTER SOLENOID OR STARTER FAULTY.REMOVE STARTER TAKE TO ANY AUTO PARTS STORE THEY WILL TEST STARTER.TURN OFF RADIO BEFORE REMOVING NEGATIVE BATTERY SO YOU WONT LOCK OUT RADIO.

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You can remove the egr and see if it has been sealing,and if it still moves.

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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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Need a club car golf cart service manual


generic suggestion
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